Walking

A collection of 28 posts

One foot in front of the other

Garrison Keillor offers some good advice in his weekly column [https://garrisonkeillor.substack.com/p/a-modest-proposal-for-saving-the]. I reviewed my listening during isolation and was amazed to see the amount of Bach's music I

Wise baker

> View this post on Instagram [https://www.instagram.com/p/CDKBUg7HlST/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=loading] Take time for yourself. It's not just bread dough that needs to rest. 🥖 From your

Solvitur Ambulando

> Two (Latin) words: Solvitur ambulando. Translation: “It is solved by walking.” Walking is a way to be more present, ease anxiety, spark creativity, increase productivity, and detox from digital overload.https://t.co/

Late for his birthday

> “Every walk is a sort of crusade.” Thoreau, born on this day in 1817, on the spirit of sauntering and the perils, both bodily and spiritual, of a sedentary lifestyle https://t.co/

Walking

> "I wanted to walk because walking is slow and simple and difficult." https://t.co/5HWh7ovndn — Banff Mountain Fest (@BanffMtnFest) January 13, 2019 [https://twitter.com/BanffMtnFest/status/1084558213419335680?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw]

Hardly a trace of snow left here...

...but a lovely thought from Thoreau. > “Take long walks in stormy weather or through deep snows in the fields and woods, if you would keep your spirits up. Deal with brute nature. Be