The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in an unexpected shift in societal habits, one of which was a surge in the practice of home nudism, or domestic naturism. While being naked at home is nothing new, this basic practice—characterized by embracing comfort and freedom within one's home environment—has become a novel way for people to redefine their relationship with their bodies and their living spaces. For most, being nude is a passive, even furtive thing, but when done mindfully, domestic naturism can become a practice, not unlike yoga or meditation, that has the potential to enrich your health and happiness. But how does one begin this transformative journey? 🪐
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