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Why You Should Feel Guilty You're Not Walking

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Well maybe not… but a bit of guilt might get me out and walking again so it would be a good thing.

I actu­ally find walking very enjoy­able. I just don't have much free time to do it. But look at all the health benefits!

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Mostly because I was too cheap to take a bus and kept getting lost , I did an insane amount of walking at South by South West today. I trotted across down­town several times in my trusty cowboy boots, …

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18 thoughts on “Why You Should Feel Guilty You're Not Walking”

  1. i walk when­ever i can. some people try to get the closest parking spot…i purpose­fully park far away. :p still dont walk nearly enough though.

  2. I love walking. I hardly ever get a chance to listen to all the hundreds of podcasts that build up. Walking is the only oppor­tu­nity I get. I have to say my favourite podcast at the moment is the Bugle. It used to be the London Times online podcast but when Rupert Murdoch was being heavily ques­tioned about the phone hacking scandal they used it as a source of highly irrev­erent humour for weeks on end. I think the New York Times made mention of the fact it was hard to believe they managed to stay employed by the times for so long. Of course the wheels of power move slowly and they were cut even­tu­ally. They support them­selves by dona­tions now. They really do make a walk an incred­ibly enter­taining affair although I do tend to get a lot of strange looks from people when I keep bursting out in raucous laughter.

  3. i HATE running and jogging, but i usually walk at a very quick speed. its a lot more enjoy­able now with a child because she points every­thing out and gets excited. one of us takes her on a walk daily, and now that we have more daylight to work with, we will go as a family much more often.

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