Being aware of how much (or how little) exercise you get makes a lot of sense, particularly as your overall mental wellbeing is pretty sure to be influenced by your overall physical health.
So how about finding some ways to fit in a little more walking than normal today, if you can?
Perhaps you can walk to get somewhere, rather than going by car or public transport.
Or you could walk for part of your journey, by getting off the bus a stop earlier than normal.
Walking with a friend is good, too. Some of the best conversations happen when you’re striding side-by-side.
If there’s no friend available for a pedestrian expedition, maybe you could take a dog? A friend or neighbour could be only too pleased for you to help exercise their pet.
Alternatively, just walk for walking’s sake. Head round the block, further if you can. Breathe deeply and clear your mind.
I know you can’t always completely walk away your worries, but it never hurts to try.
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