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The Secret to Improving Employee Productivity

The Secret to Improving Employee Productivity

Get Rid of Fear Let me first say that I am no expert on employee management, engagement or motivation. I am an expert on walking, I make money walking, and I espouse the benefits of walking as often as I can. I also use walking as my way to stay mentally and physically healthy. I… Continue Reading The Secret to Improving Employee Productivity
Walking in the Rain, Comfortably and Safely

Walking in the Rain, Comfortably and Safely

Enjoy Walking in the Rain As colder temperatures start returning across the U.S., so will our seasons’ precipitation of rain, sleet, snow, and the hundreds of other nouns we use for the wet stuff. Regardless of the wetness, each type of precipitation takes a certain level of ingenuity and bravado. Let’s focus on rain. Getting… Continue Reading Walking in the Rain, Comfortably and Safely
The 1-Mile Radius Walking Challenge

The 1-Mile Radius Walking Challenge

There’s Joy Nearby People who try to motivate folks to walk will often focus on miles, steps, distance or time. Those are fine goals, but they can throw up many obstacles for people who don’t tune into a wellness message around distance or time. For many, the point is to just start moving. Finding a… Continue Reading The 1-Mile Radius Walking Challenge
Tune On, Tune In, Drop Out 2.0

Tune On, Tune In, Drop Out 2.0

Tune Up Now more than ever, we are searching for ways to connect with the world while, at the same, time, disconnecting from our devices and constant connection with the world. It’s quite an oxymoronic dilemma. Evidence of this bipolar connection is the rise of personal measurement devices, such as FitBits, Garmin Vivos,, and TomTom… Continue Reading Tune On, Tune In, Drop Out 2.0
Take a Good Walk Portland Maine

Take a Good Walk Portland Maine

Take a Good Walk Portland Maine Quaint and Trendy Portland, Maine Tucked up in the top right corner of the U.S., Maine’s geography doesn’t escape my ability to take a good walk in Maine. Portland’s energy and food-abundance attract the adventurer, and this city doesn’t disappoint when finding surprises, good walks, and tasty, homemade ice cream.… Continue Reading Take a Good Walk Portland Maine
Take a Good Walk Boston Massachusetts

Take a Good Walk Boston Massachusetts

Take a Good Walk Boston Massachusetts A Great Walking City Boston ranks as one of the best walking cities in the U.S., and it’s not a surprise that as I take a good walk in Massachusetts, I find myself squarely in the middle of Boston. With miles and miles of walking, and a city built to… Continue Reading Take a Good Walk Boston Massachusetts
Take a Good Walk in Nebraska

Take a Good Walk in Nebraska

Nebraska, our nation’s cornbread basket, doesn’t invoke a good walk in one’s mind, but I managed to take a good walk in Nebraska’s west. Historically, our pioneers pounded their feet along the Oregon Trail through Nebraska as they headed to better lives. The National Park Service interprets two areas, Scott’s Bluff National Monument and Chimney… Continue Reading Take a Good Walk in Nebraska
Take a Good Walk in Utah

Take a Good Walk in Utah

Utah packs fantastic hikes and walks through its many national parks and treasures, so it’s easy to take a good walk in Utah. As I mentioned before, sometimes the walk isn’t so much about the scenery, but how you connect as you walk. For this walk, not only was it about the scrumptious views, but… Continue Reading Take a Good Walk in Utah
Take a Good Walk in South Dakota

Take a Good Walk in South Dakota

South Dakota doesn’t necessarily invoke a good walk in the mind. With the Gatlinburg-like overabundance of tourism in Grand Rapids and the reputation of the ill-named Badlands National Park, my feet surprised my mind by finding one of my favorite walks yet. My good South Dakota walk is in Badlands National Park on the Notch… Continue Reading Take a Good Walk in South Dakota