Boost your mood this summer by exploring outdoors
As the summer stretches ahead of us, we are faced with endless possibilities of how to spend our free time.
With more than three in four of us craving more time spent outdoors*, why not take a break and take the chance to reconnect with nature?
Here are five of our favourite ways to embrace the great outdoors:
Take a detour
Instead of your usual route to the shops, why not take a detour through your local park? The sun on your back, the sight of the beautiful shrubbery and the long-lasting scent of vibrant flowers is sure to boost your mood.
The beauty of exercising outdoors is the space you're in. Swap the screen of the treadmill for the beautiful scenery as you breathe in the fresh air around you. Perhaps practice outdoor yoga to help feel both revitalised and balanced.
Take up a new skill
Gardening can be soothing and great for stress relief. As you tend to your plants, take the time to breathe in the fragrant air, feel the earth between your fingers, and listen to the bird song as you go.
Capture the moments of nature
Do you wish you could capture the scents of nature? Now you can with Lenor's Inspired by Nature collection. Recreating the favourite scents of spring, you can wrap yourself in long-lasting freshness every day.
The latest fragrance addition, Wild Verbena, offers a zesty, clean, green scent, perfect for freshly laundered sheets. Then there's invigorating Deep Sea Minerals to soothe and relax, revitalising Silk Tree Blossom to boost your mood and Shea Butter to wrap you in comforting scent.
Expertly crafted, new Lenor provides specially curated long-lasting freshness, so you can boost your mood and immerse yourself in nature's beauty, all day long.
How do you like to enjoy the great outdoors? Let us know in the comments section below.
* Consumer data was collected via an online survey administered to a nationally representative sample of 1,004 people in the UK. The survey was commissioned by P&G Fabric Care for the Lenor Brand and conducted by Bilendi from 16 December to 20 December 2016.