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Do you find yourself at work constantly looking down?  It might be at your glaring computer screen, your phone, the copier, your notebook, iPad, or so many other things.  We get stuck not taking in the things around us, but constantly isolated to our own space.  After a long day in the office, being outside can help you rest, relax and refocus. When we get outside, everything changes.  One of the first things I think you should do is look up.  By simply looking up, you are taken out of your current situation and you begin looking at something so much bigger than yourself.  It is a freeing experience that always brings my day back into perspective. My favorite way to “look up” is in a SingleNest hammock. It is lightweight, packable and the set-up is incredibly easy.  If you have tried to set up a hammock in the past, you may have struggled with tying knots or finding the right distance between the trees.  With the Atlas Straps, all the tough work is eliminated.  Just wrap them around the tree and you will find yourself with tons of hooks to get the exact right “hang” you desire!  Set up time...
You overslept your alarm this morning and high-tailed it to work, forgetting half of the things you need for that important meeting today. You have relatives coming from out of town later, and you haven’t even started cleaning the house. And now you come home to find that the dog has tracked mud all over the kitchen floor. Whatever stressful situation you find yourself in, it can start to feel like the world is slowly turning against you. Don’t run yourself crazy by stressing out over things you can’t control. When you start to feel overwhelmed, there are some things you can do to calm yourself down and relax a bit. 1. Hide Out.  Make your own special hiding space at home, down by the lake, in your yard…somewhere you can retreat to when you feel stressed. Distance yourself from everything for a while. Set up your hammock, bring a book and read for a while. Or just sit and enjoy the quiet. You’ll feel rejuvenated in no time. 2. Do Yoga.  Doctors and therapists often use yoga to treat patients suffering from depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. When the spine is bent, as it is most of the time in yoga,...

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