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Getting outside during quaratine

Hello to all of our CarbonTV friends and family!  I hope you are staying safe and healthy during this time; taking time to get outside and disconnect from this 24 hour news cycle world we live in.  I know some of you are facing closed or restricted park access.  We are even facing some boating along with hunting rights are being on hold in our area.

It’s been almost a month since I began quarantine with my dog Banjo.  When the weather has been nice, we’ve been able to enjoy it by sitting on a blanket in the grass, kicking back with the occasional cocktail and listen to audiobooks. It’s been therapeutic to get my eyes a break from screens, while I meditate with audiobooks. Here are a few of the titles that I’ve been enjoying.

  • Mythos – By Stephen Fry (For those of you who like Greek mythology put into terms we can understand with a little twist of humor throughout)
  • The Science of Storytelling – By Will Storr (We are all storytellers in our own way, and this book will help you put your stories together more brilliantly)
  • Public Speaking for Introverts – By Percival Malcolm (The title sums this one up nicely)

If you are not able to get outdoors to experience nature for yourself, remember that you can live vicariously through our content on CarbonTV. Aside from the hundreds of shows we have streaming (for FREE, by the way) we have also just added 3 new Live Cams to the lineup so you can watch sunsets in Hawaii or scenic views in Montana, as well as live animals like deer on the Crush Cam and wildlife on the WildLifers camera. Try steaming some of these live cams on your television while you and the family have game night or put puzzles together in the evenings. It brings a little bit of nature right into your home, which is proven to increase feelings of peace and happiness. 

Stay safe and healthy –

Jules

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  1. Why does every website I visit refer to this covid 19 pandemic as “during this time?” It’s OK to call it what it is. It’s a murdering pandemic and we should not be shy to call it want it is.

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