by Kassandra Lamb
For our “off” week this week, I thought I’d share a post I put up on my own blog…
I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while, as I’ve observed that my style of dog-walking is a bit different from most people’s. Too often the dog walks I see are really dog “strolls” with frequent dog “stops.”
I spend a lot of time sitting at my computer developing what we authors not so lovingly call “writer’s butt.” So I’m always looking for fun ways to get more exercise.
One of my favorites is taking my dog Watson for long walks—partly because he loves it, and it gets me outside in the fresh air.
The main goal, however, is to get some aerobic exercise for both of us. Therefore, I need to keep moving at a steady pace, and I need to keep my dog moving too (although he may not always do so in a straight line).
So here are my tips for getting the most out of your dog walks… READ MORE
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Shannon EspositoApril 4, 2018 at 8:53 am
I really miss being able to walk my dogs. Besides being a great bonding time, I always seemed to solve those hard plot problems on a walk.
Kassandra LambApril 4, 2018 at 4:36 pm
Yes, I’ve worked through many a plot blockage on a dog walk. You’ll get back to them eventually!