How often do you spend outside ?

Canada
September 26, 2008 2:46pm CST
Do you worry about UV rays and does this keep you indoors ? How often are you outside and what so you do outdoors ?
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@CAdreamer (118)
• United States
26 Sep 08
I am outside as often as time permits. I enjoy the outdoors so much. it is a relaxing experience for my soul. I do all sorts of things outdoors, from swimming, yard work, sunbathing, hiking, walking, biking, and even playing sports. I sometimes just find a quiet spot to sit and listen to nature where noone can intrude upon my serenity. As for the UV rays, well I figure in this day and age I am likely to die from anything, so why should I be concerned about UV rays when I am just as likely to get cancer from drinking the water from my faucet. Life is full of dangers, but that doesn't mean you should be afraid to live it.
@slot100 (546)
• Hungary
26 Sep 08
Wow, we share almost the same thought about this discussion! Nice meeting you CAdreamer and thanks for sharing your thoughts! Have a nice time with Mylotting here! :)
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• United States
26 Sep 08
Well Dolcias, I live with pain every day anyways, so for me it is not something which would really change greatly. i think I would rather enjoy life than worry about things such as pain and illness. I mean anything could seriously make me ill or cause me pain so why should it be different with this. I live with pain, therefore I am not afraind of pain.
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• Canada
27 Sep 08
thank you's for answering:P
• United States
27 Sep 08
i am rarely outside and when i am its not for long so i dont have to worry about burning.. and i do burn if i am out long..
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• Canada
27 Sep 08
thank you for asnwering
• Canada
27 Sep 08
I do get out fairly often in the summer but now that it is colder I do not make it out very often . I don't like the cold at all but I do try to take my little one for a walk almost everyday . It is just her and I home during the day and she wants to do something fun and she enjoys our walks together . We look at the flowers and insects along the way . Look at the color of the cars as she always wants to say what color is coming . Pick a few flowers to take home and put in a cup :)
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• Canada
27 Sep 08
thank you for answering
@dolcias (302)
• Egypt
26 Sep 08
i am out everyday and most of the day,i do worry about UV rays and i always wear sunblock,if i am off i choose to go out everyday too but mostly in the evening
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• Canada
27 Sep 08
thank you for anwering
• Ireland
26 Sep 08
With all the bad weather we have been having in Ireland for the past few years, I doubt very much if I will ever have to worry about UV rays. I haven't spent very long outside in a long time but for the past week we have had a good bit of sunshine and I spent as much time as possible just pottering around the garden or just reading a book and trying to soak up as much sun as possible. It doesn't stay warm for very long so there was no chance of any danger from UV rays.
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• Canada
27 Sep 08
thank you for answering
@slot100 (546)
• Hungary
26 Sep 08
I am loads of time outside, and I really never worry even a SECOND about UV rays. And in my opinion, you should neither! Because UV rays are only harmfull (at least that's what I think) if you have some kind of allergic against UV rays, and yes, than it could be very harmfull for you yes. I usually always go outside in the summer! It doesn't matter for me how hot it is outside, or how strong the UV rays are, as long as I can swim, hangout and have fun, there's no problem, just one thing; I may get burned! But UV Rays..no..that has never been a problem for me.
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• Canada
27 Sep 08
thank you for answering
• Philippines
27 Sep 08
I just spend a little hours outside, since im working in an office. My life is working in an office after that i already go home to have a rest for another day of work. Its hard for me to spend alot of time outside on weekdays since i have to wake up early.