Posted in Writing, tagged blog, blogging, canine companion, care, chronic back pain, davidsuzuki, excercise, Health, healthy lifestyle, medicine, movement, sedentary on May 9, 2013 |
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Insouciance – definition: lack of care or concern : indifference
I’m suffering chronic back pain at the moment, with crutches to walk and pain med’s. This has highlighted how much we take for granted in our everyday lives. The simplest task becomes a trial and brings into focus how indifference to our wellbeing has consequences. Yes, I’m guilty of lifting heavier objects than I should but also for forgetting how little I ‘move’ in my regular day. I will blast around cleaning the house and digging the garden and then pay the consequences of over exertion.
Instead a little exercise every day would be easier on my body and to that end I had signed up with the 30×30 challenge for May. See here: http://30×30.davidsuzuki.org/ I had started well going out on evening walks which were very pleasant.
Obviously I can not participate at the moment, walking across the living room is painful enough! But I hope that my chiropractor will set me right after a few more visits. At least after two manipulations he has eased the pain and I don’t have pins & needles in my foot now. That did worry me a lot.
So I pledge here and now that I will exercise regularly once I’m fully recovered and not go from the work desk to my home writing desk without ‘movement’ of some kind. Although I don’t have my canine companion around anymore I will walk every evening. It’s a start and from there I hope to do more.
I know how easy it is to be drawn into the cyber world and look up to see hours have passed while sitting on my behind!
If you have any tips I would be more than interested to hear.
A timely article I found today – http://www.writersrelief.com/blog/2013/05/the-body-brain-connection-does-your-sedentary-lifestyle-damage-your-writing-talent/
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