The New Fishing ... Earthing

What doesn't belong! Nab It!

June 1, 2020
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During this time of social distancing, many are taking up Fishing. It gets you out with nature. You can distance yourself from others, with a possible reward of catching a fish. You might keep one or two, but decide catching and releasing would be better. How about catching and recycling rather than releasing. Give Earthing a try. 

Earthing, in this case, is easy enough. Rather than fish, you go for things in the water that don't belong ... bags, plastic bottles, wrappers ... the trash that isn't helping the eco-system. By Earthing, you can help by catching and recycling the waste. You might have a fancy tool to help pick it up, but you don't need it.  In fact, you can use a stick on the ground. You can naturally get in what should be recycled, rather than left floating and polluting the water. It's 1Thing you can do to help the environment while social distancing, and enjoying the beauties of nature. Making it even more beautiful.  

BTW: Another form of Earthing that has gotten popular is the art of Grounding / Earthing.  Looking for something to watch while staying at home. Watch this to understand how your barefeet and the Earth can make you feel great. The Earthing Movie: The Remarkable Science of Grounding" is a feature-length documentary directed by Sundance Award-Winning filmmakers Josh and Rebecca Tickel.