We will practice a very valuable problem-solving skill: solvitur ambulando, which is a Latin phrase that means “it is solved by walking”.
Think of a problem (big or small) that you and/or your group have been working on. During the walk, discuss with people around you or go solo, and then see at the end of the walk if any fresh perspectives appear. It is amazing the work the brain is free to do when you are engaged in a physically repetitive and mentally undemanding activity such as walking (or knitting, or washing dishes, or shovelling snow!).