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How Amazing Is Nature And The Outdoors?!

by Candice | Aug 16, 2016
Hi Total Girls, 

Did you know that spending time in nature has been scientifically proven to boost your creativity?  I recently filmed a story at a beautiful park and was feeling inspired to create a little masterpiece.  I made the cutest little grass head and I can’t wait until the alfalfa starts to sprout!    

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Another reason why I absolutely love nature is because it provides a home to gorgeous little animals like this ringtail possum.  Its name is Gumnuts, isn’t he cute!?  The nests that ringtail possums create are called dreys and they’re made of leaves, grass and bark.  The ringtail possums carry all of the building materials using their tails and then make it to be about the size of a football.  Ringtail possums are nocturnal so they sleep in their dreys during the day.  

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I usually love to play sport outdoors too but I recently had the best active day inside! I interviewed Jason Dundas, the host of The X Factor at an amazing trampoline park.  We played trampoline basketball, went rock climbing and played at the foam pit. As Jason is new to hosting The X Factor, I decided to put his skills to the test.  It’s safe to say Jason will be an excellent host, he passed my challenges with flying colours.  

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My favourite part was when Jason dared me to take the plunge and try out the big drop! I had to wear a onesie and then hold on to a handlebar.  I then got pulled up a slide that was 14 metres high and finally found the courage to let go.  It was so scary but I’m so glad I did it! 

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Until next time, keep smiling! Love Candice xx

PS Saturday Disney is on Channel 7 from 6am-7am and then we switch over to 7FLIX from 7am-9am.  
 

1 Comment

  1. 1 Natalie 28 Aug
    Hey Candice!
    WOW, I didnt know that spending time in nature boosts your creativity! That's interesting!
    Btw, that possum looks SUPER cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    That looks so fun of what you did! I wish I experience that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    From Natalie <3 xoxoxo

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