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A "sit spot" is somewhere you go in nature to find a sense of peace and security. Yours may be a beautiful view on your daily run, your backyard, or a place to visit when you just need to clear your mind. Whether you already have a place in mind or need to discover one, we encourage you to visit your 'sit spot' and record how it feels to be there.
Share a photo and/or tell us about your sit spot.
Everyday can’t be an epic hike with majestic views so I like to visit a local park, walk the walking path, but also take some time to find a bench or a grassy spot in the shade. Listen to the birds and the breeze flowing through the trees. Very calming and I feel more focused to tackle the rest of the day with a “bring it on” attitude :))
@ShannonWolfe Love hearing that! The notion of just getting outside where you are, without the pressure to get deep into the forest or high into the mountains. It makes it easier to do all the time 🙂 I'm a fan! Looks like a really nice park that you've posted here!
I just got home from a kickass waterfall chasing adventure in TN. I had to remind myself that everyday I can get outside is truly a blessing and to continue to be grateful for the little things :))
This is the view from my spot in the backyard. So many birds, the squirrels treat the fence as a super highway, chipmunks run around the bushes. Even the sounds of neighborhood dogs and children playing outdoors makes it peaceful.
My sit spot is my building's rooftop. I live in the middle of the city, so it's mostly a city line view, though you can also see the city's green space and tree-lined streets. While it's not as rustic as others' spots, it's easily accessible to me. I think that's why I gravitate to it!
My favorite "sit spot" is near the falls at McKinney Falls State Park in Austin, TX. It's an easy place for me to head after a stressful day at work or if I need to feel grounded/recharge! 🙂