Number 30 represents the number of days in the month of May. The next 30 is the number of minutes it takes to be healthy. And you may want to add 30 easy steps in attaining a healthy and happy lifestyle that cost a cinch. For the next 30 consecutive days, David Suzuki came up with this brilliant idea how we can connect with nature. The more we connect with nature, the smarter, healthier and happy we become. He further stated that getting outside even makes us nicer and more likely to clean up the planet let alone our act. Staying indoors will give us the cabin fever and you know what it does do to your disposition in life. I can attest to what David is saying since I wander around, meander or plainly loiter on this earth. During my coffee and lunch breaks, I go outside the board; rain or shine. I definitely need to go out and be in touch with nature. Call me a snob, call me unsociable, call me a loner, I prefer to be out walking, taking a peek what is coming out of Mother Earth, listening to the birds singing, feeling that wind on my face, basking on the early morning sun, and much more. But of course, going out takes so much effort, eh? Nah, rest assure David made it more possible for us to have fun and for your benefit. And the benefit has a ripple effect. Only you can discover this benefit once you take the challenge. So, I say, come and join the challenge even though it’s a Canadian Challenge. You can also partake in your own country and encourage others. Join, come and live the Nature Challenge.