I love the series of Do Books and have stocked their books since I started. This Spring, I wanted to add two new titles that really spoke to me. Having risked losing the use of my legs and being someone who loves walking in nature, this book was one I’ve wanted to read for a while. It explores the power of walking and how it can help us to heal, reconnect, process thougts and be more creative.
One morning in 2011, Libby DeLana stepped outside her New England home for a walk. She did the same thing the next day, and the next. It became a daily habit that has culminated in her walking over 25,000 miles – the equivalent of the earth’s circumference.
In Do Walk, Libby shares the transformative nature of this simple yet powerful practice. She reveals how walking each day provides the time and space to reconnect with the world around us; process thoughts; improve our physical wellbeing; and unlock creativity. It is the ultimate navigational tool that helps us to see who we are – beyond titles and labels, and where we want to go.
With stunning photography, this inspiring and reflective guide is an invitation to step outside, and see where the path takes us.
Dimensions: 120x178mm. 160 pages. Paperback, printed on FSC-certified paper.