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  • The psychological benefits of walking
  • The psychological benefits of walking
    Nasrul Ekram ©
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The psychological benefits of walking

Charles Dickens, Virginia Woolf and George Orwell. Aside from their literary genius, they're also united by their love for walking, and the time it gave them to spend with their thoughts. Yet in the fast-paced modern world, is there still room for the 'purposeless' walk?

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