Your Nature Type is Bunny Rabbit.
You have medium-high energy (medium-low fatigue) this week.You’re mentally active, a bit restless, and ready to hop around, but it feels safe to be inside a den and hunker in a bit.It’s time to do something active and fun indoors.You're also up for going somewhere else indoors, but you need to have a quick escape plan in case you’re suddenly ready to leave. Otherwise, staying at home inside your own little rabbit hole and enjoying an activity there sounds great.You’re up for socializing, too.You’re feeling like a social creature, but with a gentle nature. You’d love a bit of attention, but maybe with some time limits or boundaries.Savor the flavor at a farm-to-table restaurant or host a garden-to-grill dinner at home. Support a local business and take an intro-to-cooking, sewing, jewelry making, or art class.Get up close and personal with nature at a local wildlife museum, conservatory, or aquarium.Book nerd? Host or attend a nature-themed book club or go to your favorite bookstore and check out the nature, art, or photography sections.🐰 MORE ACTIVITIES TO ENJOY 🐰Like to shop? Go to a favorite store or mall and play with colors, scents, and textures.Treat yourself to lunch, coffee or tea and savor some new flavors.Take an online lesson in music, cooking, photography, or art. Go to the library. Seek out nature writers and gorgeous coffee table books filled with pictures of landscapes, seascapes, or skyscapes. Try Henry David Thoreau, Leslie Marmon Silko, Mary Williams, Hemingway, Norris McDonald, Emily Dickenson, Jon Muir, Camille T. Dungy, Mary Oliver, or Jack London.Catch a flick at the movie theatre that’s nominated for best cinematography.Channel your inner Marie Kondo. Tidy up and find the joy in transforming your space. Pick a drawer, closet or room to organize, say thank you and go for it.Use your hands while attending a workshop, maker class, or a paint and sip with friends.Check out the sky at a local observatory. View the sun, moon, planets and more through a giant telescope.Meander through a museum. And by museum, I mean aquarium, wildlife refuge, space and science center, natural history museum, science academy, art gallery, etc.Become a budding botanist and visit a conservatory. Take interest in rare species, edible or medicinal plants. Watch a lotus bloom. No conservatory near you? Greenhouses and sunrooms also do the trick. Salute the sun in a beginning or restorative yoga class. Learn healing poses, mantras and chanting.Practice music therapy. Dance, sing, do karaoke, lip synch and listen while you lower stress and boost your immune system. The natural sounds of your voice, instruments and the outdoors all have healing effects.Host or attend a book, hiking, nature, photography, plant, garden, poetry, or food and wine club (or combine them somehow).Cook up some comfort. Create something in the kitchen that makes your home smell amazing and brings you joy when you sit down to eat.Try goat yoga or other animal therapy. Get close to animals at a regional parks program, local farm, ranch, or zoo, volunteer at a local SPCA, or hang out at a cat cafe. Llamas, horses, dogs, cats, pigs, birds, and goats are all candidates. Glide across a sheet of ice at an ice-skating rink. Feel the crisp air slap your cheeks and fill your lungs. Wear your coziest sweater and bundle up with hot cocoa when you’re done.DOWNLOAD YOUR FULL REPORT HERE.