My number one lockdown tip is to get out for a daily walk. Try to walk in an open space, in the countryside or around a park and allow yourself to unplug from technology.
In fact, there is clear evidence that people who appreciate nature, and make the effort to spend time in it, are happier, healthier and more creative.
Being in nature reduces stress and helps us find meaning and connect with our true selves.
There are now many studies available revealing the psychological benefits of nature. All of the research points to the fact that the closer we are to nature, the happier we feel. In essence, nature is a powerful anti-depressant. Here is an interesting article on this subject called, Spending at least 120 minutes a week in nature is associated with good health and wellbeing.
I have been capturing my daily walks and documenting my experiences. This has encouraged me to be mindful and remain thankful.