How are YOU trading #screentimeforgreentime this spring?

Healthy by Nature wants to help kids across the province get outdoors, and trade #screentimeforgreentime. From March 1st – 31st, show us how YOU are getting #outsideunplugged and share it on social media*!

Why should you trade #screentimeforgreentime?

In addition to being FUN, and the amazing health benefits of spending time in nature, we have some awesome prizes up for grabs!


1. GET OUTSIDE and enjoy some time with family or friends!

2. SHARE ONLINE by posting a photo of your outdoor adventures (big or small!) on social media (Twitter, Instagram or Facebook). Each post = 1 contest entry.

3. TAG US in your post (Twitter: @healthybynatur, Instagram: @healthy_by_nature or Facebook: @healthybynatur) and use “This is how we trade #screentimeforgreentime”

*Entries are valid from 12:00 am March 1st, 2019 to 11:59 pm on March 31st, 2019. Winners will be randomly chosen. Contest is only open to Canadian residents.

We are #healthybynature

#healthybynature is a community passionate about building healthier and happier lives. There is an overwhelming amount of research that shows us how important it is to connect to nature, and disconnect from screens. We started #healthybynature because we know how challenging it can be to get outside & unplugged. We want to help make it easier to get outside, and share these awesome experiences! 

If you need to unplug and reconnect, or if you need to recharge and find some calm, we've got your back.

Do you need ideas, activities or events to get outside? Are you looking for an easy & awesome way to get your kids connected to nature? Or maybe you want to read more about the research around the health benefits of nature? Let us do the work. So you can get back to the important things, like spending quality time with your family, your friends, or just yourself.

Do you wish it was easier to get connected to nature? Ever feel like you need to unplug and reconnect?

We do. 

#healthybynature is outside & unplugged

Access to active play in nature and outdoors—with its risks—is essential for healthy child development. We recommend increasing children’s opportunities for self-directed play outdoors in all settings—at home, at school, in child care, the community and nature.
— Canada's Chief Public Health Officers/Medical Officers of Health