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A Penny for your…skirt?!

You always hear how good it is for you to get moving, how much better it is for your health to ditch the car, so today you decide to start taking a walk or bike to work, and you work on getting int...
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Business 101: Social Local – How to Use Social Media to Get Found in YOUR Neighborhood

Business 101: Social Local – How to Use Social Media to Get Found in YOUR Neighborhood | Ditching the car | Scoop.it

“Local is the new global. Social Media Marketing expert Andrea Vahl shares tips on using the global network that is social media to get found locally!”


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Great tips!

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 19, 2014 5:25 PM

Simple, useful basic tips. Good starting place.

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 19, 2014 5:34 PM

Nice 'n easy local marketing tips.

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Is the Simple Act of Walking Overrated or Undervalued?

Is the Simple Act of Walking Overrated or Undervalued? | Ditching the car | Scoop.it
Walking is an easy target in today’s hyper fitness orientated environment. Few exercises are as trendy as jogging, running and weightlifting, yet at the very foundation of all of these strenuous exercises is the simple act of walking. It may seem overly obvious to point out that walking is exceedingly beneficial, not only for the…
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Walking is good for you.

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Ah! Soap's curator insight, July 31, 2014 5:59 AM

Is the Simple Act of Walking Overrated or Undervalued? Walking Can be the first step to start excising from there you can increase speed and momentum. People can get intimated by excised so starting slowly with a walk is a step in the right direction.

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David Sedaris: Living the Fitbit Life

David Sedaris: Living the Fitbit Life | Ditching the car | Scoop.it
I look back on the days I averaged only thirty thousand steps, and think, Honestly, how lazy can you get?

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Great writing 

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