Keep Moving. It’s a healthy thing to do considering the amount of time we are sitting. But, HOW do I squeeze that in during my busy days and evenings?
Have a walking meeting with a colleague at work (instead of sitting in an office or conference room).
Meet a friend and go for a walk (instead of sitting for a cup of coffee or dinner).
When going to the store or work, park away from the front door or elevator (instead of squeezing into to a close spot, and getting a door ding).
After dinner at home, slide those walking shoes on for a 15 minute walk or jump on the bike for a quick spin of the neighborhood (instead of sliding in to your recliner).
Walk the dog, or the neighbor’s dog, or pet sit. Dogs will get you up regularly and look forward to walks & being with their humans in nature.
When waiting in the airport, simply go for a couple strolls up and down the concourse (instead of sitting in the uncomfortable and hard seats at the gate).
When in an elevator by yourself, do some toe raises. Or better yet, take the stairs if they are well lit and provide a sense of safety (instead of just standing).
During the ads on TV shows, stand up. Do a few squats. Squeeze in 10 push-ups (instead of just sitting).
Blue Zones research indicates that people who move naturally live longer. I am trying to find ways to move naturally during moments throughout the day. What will inspire you to do the same thing?