Why Walking Helps us Think / by Kevin Swantek

Ferris Jabr wrote a great piece for the The New Yorker that seems rather appropriate for getting me out of my recent funk, and back on track. Jabr's article covers the links between walking and creative thinking. Please check out the link below.

Why Walking Helps us Think

"Walking at our own pace creates an unadulterated feedback loop between the rhythm of our bodies and our mental state that we cannot experience as easily when we’re jogging at the gym, steering a car, biking, or during any other kind of locomotion."

  PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEX MAJOLI/MAGNUM

PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEX MAJOLI/MAGNUM