I went for a walk to do some shopping this morning. One of the cool benefits of our new city center is a convenient, short tunnel to the mall. It was nice to be out, roaming around the city a little, even with a mask taped to my face (it stops fogging up my sunglasses!).… Continue reading Light at the end of a short tunnel
I’ve taken a couple days off this week to decompress after what feels like a pretty intense six months or so at work. Today turned out to be a really nice, warm day (we have rain and cold weather forecast for the rest of the week), so I went for a walk this morning. This…… Continue reading Nice, sunny day to be outdoors
I need to be more active. My Diabetes control has been pretty non-existent this year. Thankfully, my new Fitbit gives me an easy way to measure my (lack of) progress, and I’ve started making better use of short gaps in my daily schedule to get outside more often. Home must be here somewhere … I…… Continue reading Not sure who took who for a walk this morning
I wanted to go for a walk this morning. We have some overdue library books so I decided to walk to the library. I managed to drop off one of the books, and got some exercise in the process. I made a point of doing more walking before I bought my Fitbit, but having the…… Continue reading Walking to the library the long way
Even though I was in Rome for a team meetup, we had a free day on the Friday. I took a train to the central station in Rome with one of my colleagues, with the intention to go visit some of the attractions we’d read about on foot.
I’ve been walking to work and on short errands a bit lately. I decided to walk today instead of driving to work and the walk home reminded me that walking can be a great way to wind down after a hectic day. If you think you live too far to walk, just consider Steve Wright’s…… Continue reading Take a long walk