Positive Body Image: 5 Steps to Get There Now

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Going camping makes you feel closer to the people you’ve met. That’s because the emotional feelings campers experience around a camp fire, on long
hikes, while exploring or watching a sun set.

1. Stay Active
Not only will staying active keep you healthy, it will make you feel good, too! According to the Mayo Clinic, exercise helps can ease the symptoms of depression and anxiety, two things closely linked to poor self-esteem.

2. Do What Makes You Feel Good (AKA, Lose the Stress)

Camping
Improves The 

Compared to 59% of non-campers, 79% of
campers feel satisfied with the quality of their life.
They feel more balanced, optimistic, energized and
just happier.

3. If You Must Lose Weight, Do It in a Healthy Way

Is Good For 
You ?

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Try to avoid sugary sodas, juice drinks and sweets—these just contain empty calories. Try to eat healthy fats such as nuts, peanut butter, olive oil, or fish to keep you full and healthy. Control your stress so it does not cause you to eat more.

               Health
At All Ages

83% of +75 year-olds who like to camp reckon they
feel especially active for their age. That's compared
to only 66% of non campers of the
same age. 

Camping Helps 

Bring People Together

4. Surround Yourself With Positivity
If you have a large shape and frame, take the pressure off yourself to look petite. Instead, focus on your strength. Focus on your health."

5. Don't Give Up
"Do not be discouraged if you fall into unhealthy habits occasionally; return to the healthy habits as soon as you can. In times of stress, give yourself some slack. Keep exercising regularly, and make sure you have the essentials of nutrition."

Campers Feel
Like They Can

83% of +75 year-olds who like to camp reckon they
feel especially active for their age. That's compared
to only 66% of non campers of the
same age. 

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