3. Camp under the stars
Plan a camping trip, even if it’s just for the one night. Book the campsite in advance and enjoy planning for that one night. Invite friends and family, plan walks, games, food and drink. Much more fun and much less expensive than a night at a club, pub or restaurant.
4. Try something new
Try new and exciting activities. Caving, kayaking, horse riding, abseiling, stand up paddle boarding etc. Book them in January for the spring or summer, you are then committed, and you will finally experience these activities you’ve always wanted to try.
5. Set realistic targets
Don’t be too hard on yourself and stick to realistic goals. Life can become extremely busy and sometimes its difficult to avoid important commitments. Don’t be too strict or ridged with your goals as you be more likely to fail at your intention.
If your hours outdoors start to decrease, don’t give up on what you are trying to achieve, be mindful of this and try and improve the following week.