Don’t check the weather to see if tomorrow might be nicer outside. Lace up your shoes. Cut through the grass and feel the soft, wet earth cushion your stride. Run through puddles. Hop over puddles. Let the rain cool you off as you push forward.
Don’t worry about not using your headphones or electronics. Listen to the sound of your feet against the pavement. See how quiet you can make yourself. Listen to the patter of droplets falling through the leaves above you. Smell the flowers.
So many things we want to do wind up not getting done because the conditions aren’t right, or we don’t think we’re prepared enough.
You can’t always change the environment to exactly suit your needs, but you are always capable of not caring if things are perfect.