To avoid the toxicity of your everyday hustle and not feel overwhelmed, you have to at least, take a few hours break from your computer works and take a lazy walk and unwind in a park, alone!
Yes, you heard it right! Being alone is the best time to release that negatives and stresses that your everyday routine brings!
According to studies, feeling alone and being sad and spending alone are two different things. When someone is forced to be alone, it has a negative impact and needs professional help but wanting to be alone in preparation for a significant event or a recollection for mindfulness is a good thing. So be sure, if you want to just unwind, then go!
Without pressures and your mind and thoughts are focused or relaxed, the best place to go is in a park! Feel the air, the tranquility and the beauty of autumn, right at that moment.
The park I chose to spend time exploring was at Tsu in Mie Pref. called Kairaku Park. Amazing views of the cherry blossoms during spring. Adorned with paper lanterns and lights, where the park is known!
Read also: Breathtaking Cherry Blossoms Season in Japan
And of course, had fun with my camera and the timer was a great help ? Took photos everywhere and the best part was, there was no one around!
Was there for almost an hour or two and went home and ready for another hustle!
Great post. I've found parks to be serene and gives you inspiration
you are absolutely right. Spending the time in a park is really important. I love parks and specially during the summer I alway go to the park when I want to read something.
Agree, people should have time away from others Gives a good rest
Agree, you can recollect thoughts and be instantly refreshed!
Yes, the calmness and quietness of the place is perfect for reading.
You say so 🙂
Oh I so agree with you. Sadly where I live currently there are no parks around. I wish there were one. Whenever we go on our family travels, we definitely include parks in our day outings.
How's the park during fall season? Does it get to enjoy the colorful momiji, too? About parks, I second when you said walking in the park is one way to release tension. I love walking in park, too. Whether alone or with a company. Which is why I love both Japan and China for their abundance in nature parks, natural or man-made.
You are so correct. Parks, the lungs of the cities, are the best place to spend time. I always find a corner and sit with a book and in a while simply look the people and children around.
I totally agree with you, you get rejuvenated when you spend some time at such a beautiful place
Oh I completely agree with you, I spend a lot of time alone by choice and it is something I very much need <3 Lovely photos.
I cannot agree more with you. Parks are the lung spaces of our cities where we can find some respite from the fast pace of the world. A few hours spent in parks which are literally oases of peace is a great relaxing and rejuvenating experience.
Even I love parks, and also cherry blossom, they look lovely and parks are the places where we can breath free air and do some yoga
I so agree and take my dogs to the park every day! I have never had the pleasure of enjoying cherry blossoms like that! Thanks for reminding us of this
Great post. I do not do this often enough!
I love parks! I live in a suburban area with a lot of hustle and bustle, and I feel really out of balance if I'm not spending enough time in nature. Great post!
Spending time in a park does rejeuvenate you. It definitely is needed every once in a while. And this one is a lovely park. It's good that you got to go here.
Hope you can find near you, taking breaks at parks really is invigorating.
Colors are now vividly seen. The beauty of autumn is a sight to behold?
Right on! Immerse in the beauty and relax!?
Thank you for agreeing ?
Thanks much Julia?
I second that! Thanks for taking time?
Lovely, it is!
Agree! I love parks. Sometimes when I need to clear my head I love to just walk around a beautiful park or sit and relax. ?
I am always in search of parks, especially lovely parks like this 🙂 Thanks for coming over Samarth!
It does rejuvenates you 🙂
Really love the post and pictures. I realky wish to be a tourist someday. It was a beautiful read!
Hi Joy! Thanks, one day it will come I'm sure!:)
What a great idea. Those trees are amazing!
this is so right and very important. i take my children to near by park ; where they play on swings and slide, while i walk around 🙂