CONNECT WITH NATURE AT HOME
The AusGov and WHO are recommending implementing social distancing and many Australians are experiencing shelter-in-place orders. We’re closely following social distancing recommendations, but we recognize being isolated isn’t easy. Zorali’s purpose is to connect people with nature, themselves and each other. Given that, we put together a few ways to experience the refreshment of nature while staying safe:
CAMP IN THE BACKYARD
When cabin fever kicks in and you're craving some outdoor adventure... the backyard can offer all sorts of fun! It's great for the kids (and the big kids!) The spirit of play is essential for relieving stress and anxiety.
If you live without a yard - why not create an indoor camping experience with some indoor plants. No tent? no worries - blanket forts are just as fun. Lets see how creative you can be! Tag us #zoralipeople. Join our virtual camping experience this saturday - click here for more info.
HAVE AN OUTDOOR FIRE
After a day of working from home, even a small change of scenery can make a big difference. Step outside onto your patio, porch or backyard and build a fire. Try cooking over a backyard campfire or outdoor stove... or toast some marshmallows with a cup of hot choccy!
ENJOY YOUR MORNING CUPPA ON THE PORCH
Take your morning coffee out on the deck and start your day with some fresh air.
LOOK UP AT THE SKY
Make sure to step outside a few times a day. Feel the sun on your face and look up at the sky to feel grounded and refreshed.
TAKE A SOLO WALK
If you’re healthy, break up your day with a leisurely walk through your neighbourhood. Try to choose a time when fewer people will be out, like early in the morning and respect social distancing guidelines. Take a moment to ground yourself in the sites, smells and sounds around you.
This is a challenging and unusual time, but there are still creative ways for us to connect with each other and experience the outdoors. We hope you’re staying safe and healthy - connect with us on social media for more virtual events and activations.