Updated: Jun 29
Whether it be the smell of roses from a first date, the salty sea breeze during a walk on the beach, or a woodsy fir filing a lush forest, scent instantly enters our senses in a masterful composition of unity in nature.
Despite all the beauty nature offers, we are caught in a modern world of chores and divided attention. Daily stressors such as traffic, bills, and other modern mayhem constantly corrode our attention. It is more than easy to get disconnected from the simple joys of life. This is why ‘stop and smell the roses’ is a favorite saying among many rushed travelers.
But who simply has the time to stop and smell the roses!
We have jobs to complete, families to tend to, soccer snacks to pack, and an endless supply of laund