Even if you live in a city or don’t have a car
By Caroline Kitchener | Lily
I have never been so familiar with the streets within a half-mile radius of my house. When a neighbor fills a flowerbed, I notice. The same kids are always kicking a ball outside the house on the corner. I know which sidewalks are sunny in the morning, and which get more light in the afternoon.
Everyone — government officials, health experts, my boss — has been telling me to get outside, and I’ve been listening. In self-quarantine, I take at least one walk every day . . .