“I really like to get out every day as part of the school run to show my kids that walking is something really quick and easy that we can do as a family,” explains self-employed business coach Tanya Leary.
Are you a fair-weather cyclist? Or a fair-weather walker, even? Is the current cold snap putting you off getting on your bike for work instead opting for the car, taxi or bus?
Are you looking to get a little bit healthier in your daily routine, and in doing so get a little happier too?
“I’ve noticed an improvement in so many of my patients when they bring even just a little bit of exercise into their routine.”
“Walking gives you the freedom to nip here and there, you’re in control and it’s stress-free.” - James Johnson, Charities Compliance Officer, Civil Service
“My favourite places to walk are parks and by the riverfront.” - Sandra Sipaviciute, Conference and Facilities Manager at The Women’s Organisation
“Once you start walking the time goes so quickly.” - Cynthia Bosafola, Trainee Business Advisor at The Women’s Organisation
“Cycling or walking is ‘me’ time.” - Gary Spinks, Manager Civil Servant, Civil Service
“Once you leave the house you just have to do it – you can only go forwards – just give it a try.” - Rebecca Dunne is a Case Worker, Risk and Intelligence Service, HMRC
“It’s a good way to spend time with a friend rather than just being sat in the house.” - Carol Barnes and Paula Parker are both Analysts in the Civil Service
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