Whether you are a new mom of one or a veteran mama of four, fall is a season that speaks to us all. Cooler weather, colorful leaves, corn mazes, and pumpkin patches are calling your name this season, beckoning both you and the kids to get outdoors, experience the health benefits of walking in nature, go exploring, and find your next adventure!

From the islands of the Florida Keys to mountains of Washington State, there are fall activities everywhere, most happening in the great outdoors. With the kids being back in school, stuck indoors all week, there is no better way to spend your evenings or weekends than outside, taking a nature walk, soaking up the sun and enjoying some green before the snow falls…from the park in the center of the city to the towering trees of the forest, it is time to grab that PSL, load up the kids, and spend some time communing with nature.

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If the glorious colors and crisp fall breezes aren’t enough to entice you outdoors, there are also a whole host of health benefits of walking in the great outdoors that you and your kids will experience from your adventures this season. Here are the top 3 reasons you should spend time outside this fall.

1Physical Health Benefits of Walking & Playing Outdoors

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2Mental Health Benefits of Walking in the Sunshine

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3Academic Performance Outcomes Associated with Outdoor Play

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Life is all about the journey, not just the destination, so go explore the world, create your own adventures and LIVE. Teach your children to get up, get out and get moving because time passes with or without you. Veer’s motto is Go Further, Together because these babies grow fast, so take them along for the ride and experience our world through their inquisitive, imaginative, awe-inspiring eyes.

For more on the benefits of outdoor play and exercise for kids check out The Importance of Physical Play and Play to Increase Your Child’s Upper Body Strength & Why It Matters.

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Kristin is a Montessori Mama who spends her days working as a lawyer with at-risk youth and her nights chasing her 4 boys on their latest adventure. She spends a significant amount of time in the kitchen creating healthy, organic, and delicious meals for her family, reading books with her boys, and at the soccer fields. Aspiring to make a difference in lives of others one child at a time, Kristin is passionate about social justice, early literacy, and early childhood education. While she loves scarves and boots, Kristin lives at the world's most famous beach with her husband, kids, extended family, and enough pets to open a zoo.