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I Love Sunshine!

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

There is something about taking a walk in the sun that is difficult to describe. The warm feeling that seeps deep into your bones, giving energy and well-being. That is why it is so good to exercise outside when you can. It can not only improve your health but your mental state of mind. I just wish I could remember that more often and spend more time out, rather than indoors. So, if you are having a bad day and feel a bit down, go for that walk around the block. I know it makes a difference in me. I fully intend on taking my own advice.

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    True, oh-so-true! As I most recently re-discovered, re-learned...why do I "forget" smart stuff like the wisdom of our bodies and how well they can lift our hearts when we're out moving in the sunshine!

    1869 days ago
    Around the area I live in when the sun is out here comes the wind. So you get the benefit of sunshine and windburn at the same time.
    1871 days ago
    I took my van to the mechanic that is a block from my house. It was very pleasant to walk back in the warm sunshine and quiet morning neighborhood.
    1872 days ago
    I love the sunshine!!! it is so motivating. We have a permacloud in Indiana right now, but I know the sun is right around the corner! Soak in a little extra so we can live vicariously through your sunshine! :)
    1872 days ago
    Hoping for some warmer weather this weekend....come on sun!!
    1872 days ago
  • MARIANNE9855
    that is really nice- maybe we will have some on Saturday- I hear it will get up to 45 and i could take a walk outside- you need it for your vitamin D too! emoticon
    1872 days ago
  • PANIK257
    I agree. Nothing makes me feel as good as a bit of sunshine.
    1872 days ago
    I love walking in the sunshine because the sunshine is melting the snow!
    1872 days ago
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