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A Stroll a Day Keeps the Blues Away

Hellooooo everyone! It’s your favorite day of the week again – the day you get to be galvanized by yours truly. I can already hear you chanting my name, eager for more of my witty tails. WINSTON! WINSTON! WINSTON! AHHH!

Alright, alright, alright. I’ll give you what you want. Now, I know I’ve been on quite a streak of adventures lately, between taking on a vigilante persona and learning to juggle and sooo much more (go read about them again; I know you want to hehe). But, sometimes, it is good to just take a step back and reflect on the smaller things in life.

So, this week, I’m going to use my voice – or, uh, bark – to shed light on something that should be important to everyone—a little workday walk. I already know what you’re probably thinking: “You’re a dog. Of course, you go on little walks throughout the workday.” Yes, this is true. I do need my little walks to take care of certain business if you catch my drift. But these workday walks are more than just a bathroom break for me.

First of all, it gives me a chance to stretch my legs and get some fresh air. Just like humans need breaks from sitting in front of a screen all day, dogs need breaks from lying around the house or office. And let me tell you, those little 10-15-minute walks can do wonders for our physical and mental health.

Secondly, it’s an excellent opportunity for bonding with my aunties. I can’t always be playing fetch or cuddling on the couch with them what with my demanding office dog duties to attend to, so taking a walk together allows us to spend some quality time and strengthen our relationship. Plus, they love seeing how excited (downright terrified) I get when I see a squirrel or another dog on our walks.

Last but not least, it’s just plain fun! Exploring new scents and sights, chasing after leaves blowing in the wind—it’s all part of the adventure for me. I know my aunties enjoy seeing me so happy and carefree during these workday walks as well.

These little workday walks have done wonders for me. I already feel more awake and alert, ready to conquer whatever tasks come my way. I’d be lying if I said that sometimes these walks weren’t a little tiring – sometimes, after a long day of watching my aunties work, the last thing I feel like doing is getting up and moving around. I just want to mindlessly gnaw on some kibble until it’s time to return to my post. But it’s important to remember that exercise and fresh air can do wonders for our productivity and overall well-being.

So, as the official office dog, I must make sure all my aunties (and even you, dear reader) take a little break for some workday walks. Trust me, your mind and body will thank you later. Now, if you excuse me, it’s time for my afternoon promenade. I hope to see you out there! Until next time!
Winston out.



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