Radiant Female Walking
I was scrolling through The Skimm, and the Hot Girl Walk headline caught my eye – have you heard of it?
The Walking Book Club is curious about anything related to lacing up the sneakers for a brisk stroll, but this trend on TikTok was new to me, so I checked it out, and the concept is simple AND fabulous! (But I felt the need to tweak the name and refer concept and my new playlist as Radiant Female Walking.)
Here’s the scoop.
You can only think about three things to make a regular walk a Radiant Female outing.
What you’re grateful for (a proven mood booster)
What you hope to achieve (goals have the power to direct energy to what is important to you.)
How radiant you are!
I’ve been curating my Radiant Female playlist.
Some are explicit, but a radio version is also usually available. Here are a couple of my favorite songs and the lyrics that I sing passionately out loud:
About Damn Time by Lizzo
“I got a feelin’ I’m gon’ be okay…”
Break My Soul by Beyonce
“You won’t break my soul.
I’m tellin’ evеrybody.”
All I Know For Sure by P!nk
“Stay unfiltered and loud.
You’ll be proud of that skin full of scars.”
Underdog by Alicia Keyes
“You’ll find that someday soon enough
You will rise up, rise up”
Closer to Fine by the Indigo Girls (a classic fave)
“And the less I seek my source for some definitive
Closer I am to fine.”
What songs would you include on your Radiant Female Walking playlist?
The Walking Book Club Update for July and August:
July and August’s group theme is “book-to-big screen” in celebration of our first formal 2018 group selection being released on July 17th, Delia Owen’s blockbuster best seller, Where the Crawdads Sing. Will you be going to see it?
Share what audiobook you’re moving and listening to and if the adaption does the book justice.
Behind the Scenes Walking Book Club Update:
I’m working on expanding Heart and Soul offerings to launch new offerings in September to help women discover, manifest, and celebrate while also giving back to philanthropic organizations that support women, children, and the environment.
Stay tuned for more information.