Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – #PotLuck – Wellness Wednesday: Take a Two-Minute Walk Before You Read This (2015) by Jim Borden

Jim Borden reminds us that it is so important to consider our health and to get up and walk even for just 2 minutes (I just did) before reading this great post that Sally has shared with us. We have legs for a reason – let’s use them – go for a walk every day and if writing – get up and take a 2 – 5 minute walk every 2 hours, easy way to lose weight too.

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This is the first post from the archives of Jim Borden who blogs on ‘Borden’s Blather’across a variety of topics.  I only need to walk passed a mirror to see that emotional contentment and mental stimulation resulting from nearly 7 years of blogging are not reflected in the spreading of my derriere.. I do get up at regular intervals during the day to get some exercise but it is not nearly enough… so this post struck a chord.. and I am sure it will with you too.

Wellness Wednesday: Take a Two-Minute Walk Before You Read This (2015) by Jim Borden

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The New York Times had a story today, “Sitting is Bad for Children Too”  by Gretchen Reynolds.

The story reports on a new study of healthy young girls that found that after a single session of prolonged inactivity, the children developed changes in their blood flow and…

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