LOL! Love it. Glad you stopped by. Hope your journey is going well. I see you are posting a lot of healthy recipes on Pinterest and exercise stuff so I feel like you are progressing on your own. Also, is that a new goal weight??? Why do I feel that you are going to pop in one day and post that you reached your goal?!!!
Debbie SW 265 CW 150 maintaining - You only live once, so live right. Healthy. Fit. Be active.
KIM!!! Glad that things are going well for you. I can't open your video on my work computer. I'm happy that I can post here. As you can tell we've all been missing you but don't come back to us until you are truly ready to put up with our shenagins.
For those that couldn't see the video, it was a video of a set of stairs in Stockholm that is right next to an escalator. It initially shows people just using the escalator to get up the stairs. A crew came in and made the stairs into a giant piano - each stair step made a different tone and the stairs looked like a keyboard as well. They showed that making it more fun to take the stairs increased stair activity by 66%.
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