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    I run about 20 miles a week and go out of way to take walks in the early afternoon weather permitting. It helps replicate movement around office, up and down 3 flights of stairs etc. I also drink a beer and read outside when its in the 60s. The next few days look promising in that regard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    I run about 20 miles a week and go out of way to take walks in the early afternoon weather permitting. It helps replicate movement around office, up and down 3 flights of stairs etc. I also drink a beer and read outside when its in the 60s. The next few days look promising in that regard.
    I love reading outside when the weather permits -- and sometimes I have a cup of jasmine tea to go with it. I try to walk briskly about 3 miles at least 3 times per week, my knees don't like jogging so much anymore. And, my office is on the second floor so I'm up and down numerous times a day.

    I'm really looking forward to warmer weather to get my garden planted, weeded, etc. Just being outdoors is therapeutic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FindersKeepers View Post
    I love reading outside when the weather permits -- and sometimes I have a cup of jasmine tea to go with it. I try to walk briskly about 3 miles at least 3 times per week, my knees don't like jogging so much anymore. And, my office is on the second floor so I'm up and down numerous times a day.

    I'm really looking forward to warmer weather to get my garden planted, weeded, etc. Just being outdoors is therapeutic.
    I will be planting early this year. The weather has been great. I already have dinosaur kale out there. I'll probably plant the Summer seedlings (peppers etc.) by mid month. Looking forward to it.
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