Award winning journalist and wellbeing expert Rosie Green on the small lifestyle tweak that’s given her a big wellbeing boost.
I’m all about equipping my readers to live their best life, encouraging them to grab every opportunity and embrace every challenge. So FitFlop’s MO of using shoes to support those goals from the ground up has always really resonated. Their lightweight, biomechanically engineered footwear is all about delivering comfort without ever compromising on style.
FitFlop and I both agree that one easy way of boosting physical health and mental wellbeing is walking.
Like tennis players’ torsos and olives, walking is something I’ve come to appreciate later in life.
So I’m all over their new challenge.
FitFlop want you (and me) to walk an extra one-mile a day.
Don’t be daunted (I was). Apparently it’s only 2000 steps.
How to achieve it? Snatch a quick stroll at lunchtime, stride to the store rather than drive, walk to work or walk part way to work. Use your feet, not your wheels, to do the school drop off.