As vividly explained by William Henry Davies in his poem “Leisure”
“What is this life if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare.
No time to stand beneath the boughs
And stare as long as sheep or cows.
No time to see, when woods we pass,
Where squirrels hide their nuts in grass.
No time to see, in broad daylight,
Streams full of stars, like skies at night.
A walk through “ECONEST” Leisure Hub will provide you these thrilling experience.
If you enjoy doing reading old books, you’ll never run out of new material. Find an endless supply of stuff to read on the Internet, pick up used books at sales and thrift stores, or take advantage of the library at “ECONEST” and gain access to everything from the old classics to the latest best-sellers.
Work through your issues by journaling or leave something memorable for your descendants by writing your memoirs. If you’re not yet ready to put your life on paper, try writing about someone else’s life instead, or write about a cause or event that you think is important. With “ECONEST” beautiful landscape, it gives you ample of opportunities to jot down…….
- Writing Poetry
There is an art to making words rhyme,
A rhythm that requires those words to keep time,
The Lake at “ECONEST” will make you write words you have never written. “ECONEST” is the ultimate destination for peace lovers, and when you at peace with yourself, you write poems!
- Sewing from your “ECONEST” Open Private Terrace Balcony
Sewing is a wonderfully creative outlet and the perfect way to fashion a custom wardrobe for a fraction of what you’d spend buying off the racks. Plus you can start working on your own designs.
Despite the obvious cardiovascular benefits, walking is a great way to clear your head, let off some steam, and just enjoy the outdoors. You can walk the trail at your “ECONEST” 60.29% open space or just walk your neighborhood after dinner. The benefits are the same, and it’s free.
When you move into “ECONEST” and fully experience the whole “country-lifestyle” you will be prompted to till up area for a small garden. It was one of the best things you would ever want to do. Not only do you get to commune with nature, but if you grow edibles, you can cut down your grocery bill to boot. And just let me say, there’s nothinglike homegrown vegetables. Plus, you don’t need lots of space to enjoy this hobby — container gardening works well even in the smallest of spaces — and if you grow heirloom plants and harvest your seeds, you’ll only have to buy your starter plants once.
Learning more about the birds in your backyard might be worth your time.
Painting is good for you and the reasons are given below:
Art makes us more human; it helps us to communicate in a different, personal language. This is a great benefit for all people and mainly for those who have conditions with a lack of communication or problems expressing themselves such as: shyness, autism and other disabilities.
Painting is an individual activity even in the workshop or classroom; the student enters his/her own world, a world full of possibilities.
This is especially significant for people with codependency, traumatic conditions and elderly people who need activities that can strengthen their autonomy.
Learning to hold and handle a brush and/or pencil will help regulate the hand movements and stimulate brain connections at the same time the skill is being developed.
Concentration and Healing
People who immerse themselves several hours painting or creating something enter a purer area, in a very strong state of concentration
Painting helps us get distracted from our problems; it helps us take anguish out and transform it in something nice, which is given a title. This helps us identify the feelings and increase our expression capabilities.
Drawing and painting stimulate both the left and right brain hemispheres. The first deals with the rational, logic elements and the second one maximizes our creativity and emotions. Painting is helpful during the growth and development stages of children as well as in adulthood when it is very valuable to fight illnesses like Alzheimer.
Emotions are part of the creative world we all have inside. Making those emotions flow through painting helps create harmony between the heart and mind
If painting isn’t your thing, try drawing. Sketchbooks are relatively cheap and easy to tote, so you can take your hobby with you wherever you go. And like painting, you can self-teach using books, online instruction, and lots of practice.
Forget about prepackaged mixes and store-bought cans — there’s something about cooking and baking from scratch that feels almost spiritual. Maybe it’s the creative aspect of pulling it all together, tasting and adjusting along the way to be sure your recipe is just right.
Of all the musical instruments you could play, the guitar is probably the most practical — easy to take with you, and if you buy it used, you can get one relatively cheap.
There is something magical about looking out at the night sky, even if you don’t have a telescope with 60.29% open space you can learn to spot the different constellations.
Fishing requires patience, but it can also be a great way to get outside and clear your head. It also a great way to take care of dinner.
No need to spend lots of money on expensive cameras, many spartphones can now take some really nice pictures and you can always upgrade later.
- Raise Chickens
Chickens are easy to keep, funny to watch, and if you get the right breeds it will be a wonderful experience.