The Week in Walks, etc. Vol 38

Admittedly, it was the most lazy week I’ve had in terms of the walking for a while – in fact, I only took pictures on Sunday; and the rest of the walking that was counted was for work/volunteering steps.

Sunday, 6th April

Walking 6/4/08 a

First up is this picture of an old truck that was part of a group of 3 older vehicles on the road above; I don’t know where they were going or where they came from, but it was a cool sight nonetheless. šŸ™‚

Walking 6/4/08 B

However, the piece de resistance in terms of pictures has to be this one. Sure the trees still have no leaves on them, but this is just some of the awesome scenery that you can have, especially when the temperature gets nice and warm in the springtime. Unfortunately, the weather for the rest of the week wouldn’t give this same kind of scenery – it was more of the winter grays that, quite frankly, are boring to take photos of.

Distance – 5776 steps, 4.62km

Monday, 7th April

This was a workday for me, however, I did some walking around during the time and actually remembered to put the pedometer on when doing it – usually I take it off in order to avoid it resetting on me accidentally.

Distance – 2620 steps, 2.09km

Tuesday, 8th April

More walking at work, but this time I didn’t put the pedometer on to count the steps.

Wednesday, 9th April

More work and some more walking; this time it was just normal walking – to and from the car, to the lunchroom, etc.

Distance – 1428 steps, 1.14km

Thursday, 10th April

The walking for today included some walking around in the grocery store to get lunch for Friday’s volunteering; not the most exciting thing I know, but it’s different to the normal work walking šŸ˜‰

Distance – 2112 steps, 1.68km

Friday, 11th April

It was another day of volunteering for me, and it was another day where I did a bit of upper body workout – with stuffing envelopes (another 1000 done, still a few more thousand to go!), along with a bit of a walk outside between rain showers which had been persisting since Tuesday.

Distance – 1331 steps, 1.06km (it got reset after walking outside, and I didn’t take note of what it was at beforehand)

Saturday, 12th April

The weather persisted for yet another day, with snow being the main attraction of the day. I also did quite a bit of walking around in the stores, but didn’t put on the pedometer for the walking.


In other news, this week marked the end of weekly visits to the therapist; now it’s time for me to continue on doing all that I have been doing and making more success happen for me. And you know something? I can see myself succeeding; at what exactly, I don’t know yet, however I am learning quite a bit about building themes for WordPress, and I want to look at what kind of classes are out there to learn stuff. One thing that was mentioned by my therapist is that I’d probably be someone who, because I have such a vast array of knowledge in my head – conversion factors, and all kinds of stuff like that – there has to be something that I can make tons of money with my brain.

I should also throw in an update on my WordPress theme here, as it is part of my personal development – learning a new technique (or three or four) – I’ve gotten it to the point where I now have a comment form on the single post page, but I still need to figure out how to get it so that the box where you leave the comment doesn’t start at the left side of the post and go all the way to the end of the window (it’s probably just a simple CSS thing that I haven’t set out yet šŸ˜‰ ). Also, in the next couple of days, I’ll have an announcement about a new service that I will be offering to everyone out there who has a WordPress blog – it all stemmed from helping someone out who asked for the help, and realizing that (and this is something she said herself) there are tons of people out there who probably would love to have something like that for them. šŸ™‚

2 thoughts on “The Week in Walks, etc. Vol 38

  1. Sounds like you’ve got a great plan happening there, Sephy šŸ˜€
    And you’re a wonderful help to many people, thanks for all the assistance you’ve given on Aussie Bloggers šŸ™‚

  2. Hi – A-Mum sent me. I walk daily myself and love it. I live in the foothills of the San Bernardino mountains and me and my dog Maggie set off every morning. There is something wonderful about walking rural areas and just enjoying the beauty of the day and the natural surroundings. I never thought to count steps though. That’s a t hought.

    WC

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