Walking

A collection of 28 posts

One foot in front of the other

Garrison Keillor offers some good advice in his weekly column. I reviewed my listening during isolation and was amazed to see the amount of Bach's music I had listened to in this time.

Wise baker

View this post on Instagram Take time for yourself. It's not just bread dough that needs to rest. 🥖 From your friends at #KingArthurBaking A post shared by King Arthur Baking Company

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

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