why nature unplugged?



  • Discover (or rediscover) the beauty and benefits of nature

  • Spend more time outdoors and less time inside

  • Achieve more with a goal orientation and improve their goal-making skills

  • Lean into discomfort and push the edges of their comfort zone 

  • Build capacity for self-reflection and self-awareness

  • Reclaim a spirit of playfulness and reinsert free time into their day

  • Deepen their mindfulness practice and live more intentionally

  • Regain control of the tech/media in their life by setting healthy boundaries


did you know?

  • Just 5 minutes in nature can improve your mood

  • Average daily media use: Tweens spend an average of 6 hours a day and teens spend an average of 9 hours a day

  • Mobile devices account for nearly half of all screen time used among teens (46%) and tweens (41%) - common sense media

  • 95% of Americans own cell phones, 77% of Americans own smartphones (http://www.pewinternet.org/fact-sheet/mobile/)

  • Americans check their phone an average of 76 times a day for a cumulative two and a half hours (https://blog.dscout.com/mobile-touches)

  • Time in nature increases focus, mood, physical health, emotional well being and creativity.

  • Time spent in nature decreases anxiety, stress, depression, diabetes, hypertension, high blood pressure, obesity.