Providing comfortable outdoor spaces for people allows them to reconnect with nature and, in so doing, mitigate an array of progressive behavioral disorders. From the reduction of stress and depression to increased focus, improved behaviors can be directly attributed to spending more time outdoors. If we make the place and take the time, we will naturally look away from our screens, smell the roses, and revitalize, thereby making Nature Deficit Disorder (NDD) a phenomenon of an uninformed past.