Woodstock Wants You To Go Out This Summer

Dated: 07/28/2014

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July is America's official Park and Recreation Month. National Recreation and Park Association's (NRPA) report says that only three out of 10 American's don't go out on daily basis.

That is the reason why Woodstock's Parks and Recreation Department is encouraging everyone to spend more time outside this summer. They want the residents to make outside, the inside. Hence, the theme "OUT is IN." If you are used to doing everything inside, try to do it outside! Do this everyday for the remaining days of the summer and surely you'll notice the difference.
Going outside doesn't only help with getting more vitamin D from the rays of the sun, it also helps with the gloominess and depression. Sun exposure is good for you because it could make you happy! Just make sure not to forget to put on some sunscreen properly so you will not get sunburned, or just make sure you come out at the right time of the day.
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