14. Weekend wonders
Things to do, places to be, people to see. Of course the weekend is good for you, but if you play your cards right it can be good for your blood pressure too.
The weekend is the time when you’re allowed to relax and unwind. The word spells it out, and tells you that the working week is now at an end.
It’s when you are supposed to take time out for yourself, to recharge your batteries ready for the next week.
It’s during the weekend that many of us actually achieve the recommended
30 minutes of moderately intensive physical activity a day. Ironic really, isn’t it? The time when we are supposed to be resting is the time when we are probably most physically active.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise though. Chores that would ...