One foot forward, and then another. It’s not so strange that those first tentative steps we took as children were heartily applauded by our parents. Being able to go outside regularly and walk in the fresh air is so much more than an inexpensive form of travel.
A research report from Stanford University entitled “Give Your Ideas Some Legs” noted that “walking boosts creative ideation in real time and shortly after”. That is to say, you have more imaginative and exuberant ideas when you move your legs. Furthermore, the report states that the best original thinking occurs when walking outdoors, not to mention that people who spend a lot of time in nature have bigger brains. (Yep, no kidding!)