Instead of trying to carve time for it, find some existing things in your daily routine that could involve walking. This could be as small as going across the office to talk to a colleague instead of calling or emailing. It could be as big as walking to work or the grocery store.
Since 2007, the American Heart Association has held this event on the first Wednesday in April. The goal is encouraging Americans to get up and get moving on this day, and then to turn that activity into part of a healthy lifestyle.
Let's be honest. Most people know there are mental and physical benefits to increasing their activity level. The hard part is getting started, or remaining with a program. The four Rs can provide the structure needed for you or a loved one.
Now is the time to wake from our slumber. We're all facing some serious challenges--both personally and collectively. But it turns out that our solution can be as simple (and fun!) as just getting outside and walking.