The exhilaration of travel often comes from experiencing things for the first time, and this includes taking in vast, awe-inspiring landscapes. A study conducted by Stanford University showed that being in nature is proven to increase happiness, and studies show new experiences illicit a similar effect by activating dopamine pathways in our brain. Getting out in nature is still one activity we can enjoy while practicing social distancing, if we know where to go. Find a forest trail that you've never been to before (and reduce human traffic and contact on well-trodden paths in national parks), or consult an app to identify and learn something new about the flora and fauna in your own backyard. Get more tips for creating a staycation that's actually fun at the link in bio. #tlpicks courtesy of @malteheitmueller
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