Nature gazing is good for your psychological well-being. I am lucky to be able to look out my window any time I need a burst of natural beauty. But even from offices or cities with few trees, you can reap the benefits of "nearby nature" digitally.
Gazing at Virtual Nature Is Good for Your Psychological Well-Being
This blog post originally appeared on The Conversation. Environmental psychologists have long known that encounters with the natural world are good for us. But nature can now also be found in our virtual lives—in the photos we share online, the games we play, even the words we use. And it…
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