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Walking

Saturday, April 03, 2010

As the week's stresses build up... emoticonI am less likely to workout which is totally ironic since it relaxes me. Today I went for a 3 mile walk and it was amazing. I could feel like all the stresses, and worries floated away as I watch the houses, clouds and cars zoom by. emoticon

Seriously, relaxing...

As I walking emoticon I was thinking about how could ever transfer from this area.. yes, I may not be happy with the school I am at.. but I love this area. emoticon I just wish it had better career opportunities.. but I will figure that out later.

Hope everyone has a wonderful Sunday and a great Easter!

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  • GOZEKIGRL
    YAY for walking!!
    3859 days ago
  • LYNNDAK
    I know how you feel about the opportunities in this area. I grew up in Minneapolis and didn't move to EC until I was 31. Found a job in the career I had started in Minneapolis, and then, last year, got laid off. After 17 years with the same company. I could've moved to Minneapolis and found another job in my field in a heartbeat. But, I'm here. I will not move my kids away from their father. Anyway, in Mpls I can't drive 10 minutes and walk and not see another person, or hear cars, or worry about bears!! I get peace from walking in the EC County Forest.

    I have kept my walks to less than 2 miles but tomorrow (Sunday) I am going to walk 3.81 miles. And I know I'll feel better.

    Have a great Easter!!
    3860 days ago
  • THECRAZYMANGO
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  • JMERLAU
    I was in that same boat this week......the stress was killing me, I didn't want to do my normal workout, so I walked 3 miles...ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh I felt much better when I got home!!
    3860 days ago
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