4 Reasons To Go Camping With Your Family

January 19, 2017

 

If you don’t already, you need to start camping. This is one of the best ways to spend time with the family and unwind from work. We tend to spend more time working than playing, leading to lack of socialising, poor mental health, and break down in communications. Camping helps to get you out of the house and away from the tech. Here are four reasons to spend more time with the family through camping.

 

Leave the Screens and Computer at Home

While you may take a mobile device with you in the event of emergencies or to take photos, camping gets you away from most forms of technology. This is a chance to get rid of everything that connects you to work or makes you a slave to the internet. Even with the phones, you’ll find little to no WiFi or mobile data connections when camping.

This is the chance to talk to one another. You’ll learn more about each other’s personalities and interests. At the same time, you get to connect with nature.

Worried about missing important emails? Just pop up an auto responder and let tech handle that side of your life for you for the weekend or a week.

 

You Get to Spend Quality Time

While you may spend time in the house with your family, you don’t exactly have quality time. Everyday life gets in the way. You get home from work and the only real hour you get is at dinner time. That’s if you all manage to eat dinner together!

There are after-school clubs, homework, dance recitals, and more that get in the way. When they go to bed, all you want to do is unwind from work—that’s if you can get away from the emails.

When out camping, you get the chance to talk to one another. You’ll learn so much more with the quality time you spend together. There’s nothing to distract you or get in your way.

 

It Doesn’t Cost a Fortune

Once you pay for the camping spot (and in some cases, you don’t even need to pay for that), you’ll be able to keep the costs to a minimum. Camping is one of the lowest costing holidays you could ever do.

There are some upfront costs, but they will even out the more you go camping. Some of the costs include sleeping bags, tents, and camp food equipment. Once you get them once, they don’t need replacing for a few years.

We tend to spend money on material things and forget about the connections we can build in the house. There are so many free and exciting things to do when you are out in nature.

 

Fun for All Ages

There is something for children and adults of all ages to do and enjoy. Kids will love to explore the wilderness, while adults get the chance to go hiking and fishing. You can create games and feel like you’re a kid again.

The excitement and fun that you have will support your mental health. The feeling of isolation for all disappears and you find enjoyment in the smallest of things.

Make camping an yearly thing for the whole family to do together. These low-cost trips will unplug you from modern day technology and give you the chance to connect with your family. It’s time to build relationships and spend quality time together.

 

 

 

 

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