Hi, I've worn a pedometer recently for three or four days and varied between 4,000 to 14,000! It takes a while for 10,000. With me, it usually involves not taking the bus to where I'm going and/or not taking the bus after having coffee with a friend in another part of the city.
A friend says (who doesn't believe in spending money on such things as a pedometer) that 10 minutes of walking equal 1,000 steps. So, according to my rusty math, it would take 1 1/2 hours to do 10,000 steps.
Even when I wear the pedometer, I tend to go by time.
Time works for me, as well, when it comes to moods. If I can break an hour, I find the little black cloud lifting.
That's it....Good luck.
My name is Sandra and I'm from Nova Scotia.
Every time I open a newspaper, I am reminded that we live in a world where we can no longer afford not to know our neighbours.
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