Nowadays, we rely on electricity so much to the point that everything practically revolves around it. It powers everything - the air conditioners, our chargers, the TV, and lights among many others. But for just a day or even just an hour, encourage yourself to participate in Earth Day this March 22 at 8 pm.
Stop everything you’re doing, turn off the lights, and let the world take its much deserved break from all the hustle and bustle. But while the world takes a break, it doesn’t mean that we’re stuck with nothing. Here are several things you can do you without electricity:
Sleep. True, the weather’s been pretty unbearable lately, but late at night, the air is still cool enough to enjoy a quick nap, or even a long one. It’s the Earth’s turn to take a break and maybe it can be a good excuse for you as well. Put your phone down, put on your Earthly Pursuits Headphones and hit the snooze button.
Get active. Today’s the day you finally can’t say ‘No’ to a quick workout. Go on a jog, play badminton, or call a friend and do yoga in your backyard. It’s time to take a break from work, from emails, from the online world.
Go out. What better way to celebrate Earth Day than by being one with the Earth? Pack up your Mimosa Backpack and go on a hike, climb a mountain, camp in your backyard and look up at the stars. Spend time with your family and friends and just talk, catch up, allow the world to slow down and give yourself a moment of peace and clarity.
Get creative. Paint a picture, take photographs, write on your diary, compose songs. For a moment, it’s just you and the world; you might as well allow the world to speak and share its wonders with you. Grab your camera with the Brighter Days Camera Strap and take advantage of all the natural light. Unroll your Hummingbird Pencil Case , pick up a brush and recreate in acrylic your favorite travel photo. Let your imagination get the best of you.
Time to look at the world in a new perspective. Time to appreciate it in a way you never thought you could this coming Earth Day.