i giggled when i saw #1 park away from the door at some stores i do i tell myself for sure i will be able to find my car alot easier but sometimes i change then i end up roaming the parking out for the new spot is never near the old spot
Would love to walk but with my ankle swelling that is a little hard to do. Once I get some of the products that keeps swelling and inflammation down then I will try again.
If you tell God no because He won't explain the reason He wants you to do something, you are actually hindering His blessing. But when you say yes to Him, all of heaven opens to pour out His goodness and reward your obedience. What matters more than material blessings are the things He is teaching us in our spirit. Charles Stanley
current weight: 224.0
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I find that when I wear my pedometer that I walk alot more and more aware of walking. Do park further out, my son loves to be the last car parked everywhere we go and it works for me.
"A wise and frugal government, which shall leave men free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned - this is the sum of good government."
"I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them. " Thomas Jefferson
The average person usually walks between 4,000 and 6,000 steps every day without even thinking about it, however if you sit at a desk all day, you may find that you are only achieving 2,000 steps in a day. You can reach the fitness goal of 10,000 steps per day by incorporating a few of these step-boosting tips: Park your car at the far end of the parking lot. Walk your children to school. Walk to the corner store instead of driving. Take the stairs instead of the elevator or escalator. Take your dog for an extra walk around the block. At the office, walk to a colleague’s desk instead of emailing them. When meeting for a coffee with friends, take a walk instead. Take an evening stroll after dinner. Explore your neighborhood on foot. Organize family walking trips on the weekend. Learn about all the walking paths in your neighborhood. Take a walking tour of your city. Walk to a friend’s house instead of driving. Take a walk during your lunch break. Just start moving — every step counts!
Source: Healthy Living This was emailed to me by Swanson Health
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