Amy Bushatz is the host and producer of the Humans Outside podcast, a journalist and an editor specializing in coverage of Alaska outdoors and the U.S. military. When her husband, Luke, left the active-duty Army in 2016, the family moved sight-unseen to Alaska where they have built a lifestyle around daily spending time outside. Amy enjoys ultra running across her local mountains and plotting new adventures in nature.
My top takeaway from this episode was how impactful a time management strategy can be for improving your chances of spending time outside. This can allow you to be intentional about scheduling outside time and then all the benefits that come with it act as a catalyst for improving your inside life as well!
What Amy wants everyone to know: Heading outside for just 20 minutes a day really has a whole-life impact.
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Resources Amy Mentioned
- Books The Nature Fix and Heartbreak by Florence Williams
- Humans Outside Episode with Florence Williams
- Book 168 Hours by Laura Vanderkam
- Atomic Habits by James Clear
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