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  1. Well, I just love this post!!!! And the pictures/links too…

    I’m doing a fairly good job of balancing outdoor time with other stuff, but it could be improved a LOT – I need to reduce my social media time, that’s for sure. I check email too much (and that’s like checking water to see if it’s boiled yet – most of the time there’s nothing there!) I’m excited to read Reyna’s article about achieving goals too! As a former employee of Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks, where we employed the people in the kiosks at all state parks + much more, it warms my heart to read about your appreciation for our amazing local state parks – we’re so lucky! Thanks for a fabulous post, my friend!

    • Hello Dyane!

      Thank you so much! I can tell you get out because you always have beautiful images of the mountains, especially the local places. We are very lucky to live where we live and get to enjoy our “forest baths!”

      I appreciate you, my friend,
      Carol

  2. Hi Carol,
    Thankfully having dogs helps me GET OUT and off social media! It’s also helpful when the mobile signal isn’t good in the area. Ha!
    It is a head-clearing activity and also ignites new ideas. I might even get some photographs for IG, Twitter or a product design.

    • Hi Patricia,
      Dogs are such excellent anti-depressants! Sometimes my mobile signal isn’t so good, either. And I love all your photos of where you live, as well as your “fur kids!”

      Thanks for stopping in,
      Carol

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