Check out our list of ideas for experiences and activities to do this month to give yourself back.
Posted on September 3rd, 2020 by Jamina Tribbett
September is the month of self-care awareness and it is a time to remind us that taking care of ourselves is important, especially during these difficult times. We’re sharing a list of ideas for things to do and do in Dallas this month to give yourself back.
1. Stop and smell the roses on the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the garden and sit by the reflection pools to reconnect with yourself and the beauty around you. Catch the Summer sculpture exhibition Before it ends on September 7th, be the first to discover something this year Autumn in the arboretum Advertise when it opens September 19th or treat yourself to one Cooking class or demo in a tasteful place.
2. Get some fresh air over explore nature! Grab your bike and ride the Katy Trail, paddle around White Rock Lake, or hop on the McKinney Avenue Trolley and discover something new. If you decide to do anything outdoors, do it mindfully. Take a deep breath and appreciate the air and space around you, all while paying attention to social distance and the space of others.
3. Spend a great day in Klyde Warren Park. Take the opportunity, when the weather is perfect, to take a free yoga class (registration required), read a book on the lawn, have a picnic, or indulge in one of the food trucks. No matter what activities are planned for the day, you can spend a time of relaxation and reflection in the park against the beautiful backdrop of the Dallas skyline.
4th If you are an art lover, take some time to go on an art adventure around Dallas. Discover the wonders of the Dallas Museum of Art face-to-face (Friday to Sunday) or virtually. Check out the for an inspiring virtual experience Letters out loud Series of real letters from real people throughout history (including Frederick Douglass, Barack Obama, Mahatma Gandhi, Margaret Mitchell, WEB Du Bois and Jackie Robinson) about their experiences in times of pandemics, civil rights activism and the search for hope, meaning and write humor when times are tough.
5. Take one Journey through the Bishop Arts District. Find treasure in a local boutique, people watch and indulge in a latte in a coffee shop, read a book and enjoy a glass of wine in Wild detectives or have a nice brunch. If you’ve already explored the Bishop Arts District, take the time to finally check one out Dallas neighborhood you’ve never been in. You deserve it!
6th Go on a mindful shopping spree Dallas Farmers Market. Buy fresh fruit, handmade accessories, candles, homemade goodies, and more! Take the time to speak to the vendors at The Shed and ask questions about their products – you will appreciate their work and items more. It is not every day that we meet the people who make our goods. So take the opportunity. After you’ve had a good time in the shed, head to the food market. Enjoy a personal pizza from BellaTrinos Neapolitan pizzeria, grab some tacos Taqueria La Ventana or try something new. Take a look at other shopping options in Dallas conduct.
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