to be honest a million steps is a lot of steps to walk. At least that is what I was thinking on my morning walk today. I was on my usual route, with a slightly longer diversion, to avoid boredom, as I clocked up about 7500 steps. At least it was dry and a very pleasant morning to walk in. But a million steps is still a lot of steps.
When I reached the 300,000 mark I thought I was well on my way, and I suppose that is true. However there is still over 600,000 steps to do to reach my target. I am beginning to wonder how many different routes I can devise to make this more interesting.
Later I drove to join my lovely hubby at our caravan in North Wales. After almost two hours driving I was ready to move, so as soon as we had had lunch we drove the short way to the coast and walked along the seafront. Steps done with company disappear much more quickly that those done alone, and by the time we returned I had clocked up enough to make the days tally respectable.
I always knew it would be a challenge, the woman who didn’t move much for ten years or more is certainly more active that I would have dreamed possible, but 600,000 is a mission. Luckily I am sure I am up to it, and if I can do it anyone can. Thanks to Diabetes UK for motivating me, I really am doing the best I can.