Posted July 15, 2018 04:19:23It’s the last week of June and you’ve just left your home for a day of hiking, hiking, hunting and more hiking.
You can’t believe how much fun it is to be outdoors.
The sun is out, and you’re exhausted.
You’ve been up all night hunting deer, elk and wild boar, but you’re feeling like a total badass because you’ve done it all in one day.
You’ve spent hours out in the woods, hiking with your dog, and now you’ve had your fill of all the food, water and shelter you can imagine.
But you’re still not feeling good.
The first few days have been hell, but the second week has been just like anything else you’ve been through.
You can’t stop thinking about how you could be doing so much more.
Are you feeling exhausted, stressed, or anxious?
You don’t have to feel that way.
Here are the key questions you need to ask yourself.
Are the things you’ve experienced so far, like the time you spent hunting, that you’ve now spent outdoors?
If so, how much of it have you been doing?
Are you feeling any stress?
Have you been in a good mood?
Do you think your day is better than usual?
Do you feel as though you’re doing something that’s important to you?
Have the answers to all of these questions come to you in the form of these five simple questions:What are you doing out there today?
How much time has passed since you last hiked outdoors?
How do you feel today?
What are the main issues that you’re experiencing?
How would you feel if you were doing that outdoors again?
Have a safe, enjoyable outdoor day.