Weekend Activity: Beat The Heat
This weekend activity is inspired by the beautiful, sunny, warm weather we’ve been having here in Asheville, and will continue to have, provided the forecast holds true.
We live in the perfect location to beat the heat, with so many creeks, rivers, and lakes in our alluring mountain backyard.
Why beat the heat in this way? Research has shown that being out in nature has tremendous benefits on your physical, mental, and emotional health. There are many scientifically-based reasons to get outside.
Another way to cool off is to go for a float down the French Broad River in Asheville. River tubing is on my mind because this will be my way of beating the heat over the weekend, along with my wonderful partner and several awesome friends.
Looks beautiful, doesn’t it? If this is how you want to spend some of your weekends this summer, you may want to get your own tubes. My friends and I have these tubes and they are great! If you want to stay connected and hydrated, order this double tube with a cooler instead.
Go somewhere you have never been. Discovering something new and having a novel experience alongside your partner is a great way to strengthen your bond.
Note: I know that there are many readers of this blog that live outside of the Asheville, North Carolina area. No matter where you live you can look for ways to enjoy the weather that you are experiencing in your area right now. Research new, fun, and exciting things to do with your partner – wherever you may be when you find yourself reading this.
I'm Here For Your Relationship
I'm on a mission to reduce the stigma of couples therapy. We are not always taught how to be part of a couple, how to have healthy relationships, and how to make love last. So there's no shame in getting support for your most important relationship. The services I offer could be compared to relationship school.
School is in session and I'm here to help you and your partner increase friendship and intimacy, improve communication, manage conflict, and enrich your relationship.