Whatever the Problem, It’s Probably Best Solved by Walking

From a New York Times guest essay by Andrew McCarthy headlined “Whatever the Problem, It’s Probably Solved by Walking”:

Walking is the worst-kept secret I know. Its rewards hide under every step.

Perhaps because we take walking so much for granted, many of us often ignore its ample gifts. In truth, I doubt I would walk often or very far if its sole benefit was physical, despite the abundant proof of its value in that regard. There’s something else at play in walking that interests me more. And with the arrival of spring, attention must be paid.