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Source: Indexed by Jessica Hagy – Aim for 10,000 Small steps a day.
Long live the Fit Bit!
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and long live US!
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The Fitbit has helped motivate me to walk. I don’t often reach the goal of 10,000 steps a day, but I’ve been making at least 5,000 or 6,000 this hot summer by walking very late at night, when it’s not so hot. Lucky for me, I live in a place where you can walk safely outside late at night, even after midnight. — John
Thanks for sharing John. The step counter(s) (I’ve tried several brands) have all prodded me to get moving….
Undoubtedly exercise improves mental well being.
Yes, and a wee bit of my bulging waste line.
all good – onward!
It’s not the destination, it’s the journey.
It is that.
Mine is set for 12,000. Most days I hit 20,000 to 22,000 by bedtime.
But, every now and then I go through the day in under 500. Don’t ask me what I do on those days.
I’m curious 😀
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20000. Daily? What do you do to get so many steps in. Do you translate and dog walk at same time?
I gave my car to my stepdaughter for the whole month of June. She had to work two hours away from the city.
It changed my life.
I walk for groceries everyday, one of the blessings of my neighborhood is that everything is within walking distance. I make sure to zigzag in the allies. I used to do 10 loads of laundry every second week driving to the laundromat. Now I do one every second day walking there.
About my 20,000 step days or 500 step days?
Other than Cookie Jam, I love my phone most for keeping all my lists in one place and ON me. Not that I look at them once written …
Interesting. I have tried lists. To do lists of all types. They never stuck. I lacked the discipline.
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