Walking your way into contentment in 2023

Daily walks have been the staple of some of history’s greatest minds including Einstein, who used to walk almost 2.5km every day, and Beethoven, who took long afternoon walks to fuel inspiration for his music. — dpa

Over the past week, I’ve been laid up in bed with the flu and I realised there’s nothing like being ill to make me appreciate good health when I have it.

As I’m writing this, I’ve not long returned from a slow walk around a nearby park, which is the first bit of exercise I’ve managed to do in what feels like the longest time.

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Sandy Clarke , walking , emotions , psychology


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