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It's The Little Things . . .

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

It's the little things that are not so little.

Never underestimate power walking in a mall. For hours. With two friends who have $ to spend and are excited to spread the wealth to every store in the mall. Compare prices at one end, go back to the other end, go back to the other end . . .

I am beat! But it is a wonderful feeling. My legs and butt are burning, and I know that is good news! That's something unwanted melting away.

I don't need a gym membership, I just need to go shopping with these guys a few more times!

Hope everyone had as wonderful and fun-filled day as I did. If not, I hope tomorrow brings you happiness!

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  • CHRIS3874
    Too true all one has to do is to put away their chores and DO IT.
    2146 days ago
  • SHARON10002
    emoticon Retail therapy; even if you don't buy anything! emoticon At least it's cooler in the malls these days! emoticon
    2146 days ago
  • ADELE823
    Love this blog! It is so true that you don't need a gym membership! Keep walking emoticon
    2146 days ago
    adding lots of activity to your day, even if only walking still can work your muscles and up your metabolism. and walking around the mall instead of shopping only saves money,
    2147 days ago
  • ROCKMAN6797
    2147 days ago
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    2147 days ago
    Some malls actually have walking hours where you can go into the mall before the stores open (as they're preparing to open) and just walk. So no need to go only when shopping! There's A/C in the summer and heat in the winter. And you might just make some new friends.

    Though it's also nice when you can wander the mall with hopes of finding a great deal to buy.
    2147 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/1/2012 2:52:54 AM
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