Our blogger shares expert tips on keeping families outdoors for longer. Kristine Moody loves keeping kids and adults on the move and outside whether it's snowing, raining or blisteringly hot. A combination of nicely pitched activities, harmonising skill gaps, a flexible approach and well-planned food and drink means you can create small adventures every week.
Staying outdoors is just as important to your health as being active. We’ll cover some well-known risks of strong sun later, but first the positives: As you go through your childhood and teens, daylight is a literally brilliant way to regulate your growth and maintain your skeleton. Your body could be entirely autonomous in the production of vitamin D thanks...