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"The Step and Visit Plan"

Friday, August 27, 2010

Today's blog came from a column in my local paper.

I think it is a catchy title for a walking plan so I am borrowing it and linking to the blog itself:
www.writerlyhaphazardry.
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I think it would do all of us some good to "step and visit" during the day!

See y'all tomorrow!

Love,
Linda
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  • v SIMPLELIFE4REAL
    Thanks for sharing this Linda.
    2129 days ago
  • v JERSEYGIRL24
    Timely advice, as always. I have tried to adhere to this sort of plan, but I have slipped in the last few months. I JUST came back from a 25 minute walk around a track near my office, and it felt great. I will have to come up with ways to try to sneak those extra steps in!!!
    2129 days ago
  • v MARTY19
    Good info. I try to get in at least 40 minutes of walking during the school day. I like to do it.

    Love,
    Marty
    2129 days ago
  • v MARTY19
    Good article. As a teacher, I make a point to move around constantly. I wlk up and down the corrider before school plus get out and walk on my prep time.
    2129 days ago
  • v WALKINGANNIE
    Thanks for the link.

    Hope that you and your family are OK after your recent worries.
    2129 days ago
  • v LOPEYP
    Great article. It's amazing how you can get in a few more steps by just changing one thing - I take the long route back from the restroom every time. Considering all the water I drink that's a lot of trips and extra steps. emoticon
    2129 days ago
  • v SHERRY257
    Thanks it is a great article! I love the idea and can't wait until I can walk again! emoticon
    2129 days ago
  • v SOPHIADARE
    Thanks for the link! Neat column. Also useful in telling me what ScribD is.
    2129 days ago
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