I read recently that all of the Target stores in Canada are going to shut down due to poor sales. That’s too bad. David and I love the Target down the street from our neighborhood. Groceries, clothing, toys, you name it, they are all so inexpensive at Target when compared to other stores on Oahu.
I also read that shopping malls are becoming popular and lucrative in Iran, of all places. This is amazing considering the turmoil in the Middle East.
As I indicated in my previous post, my doctor wants me to get more exercise. What better way to do that than by shopping with David? So, yesterday, I forced myself out of my comfort zone, put on a pair of sandals, and walked around Target. We purchased fresh fruits and veggies, which my doctor advised me to include in my daily diet. We strolled up and down the aisles, looking at other items to buy.
By golly, this type of exercise was painless and not boring, at all. It got me out of my house and stimulated my brain as well as my heart.
Will shopping malls replace the gym some day? I think it’s more fun to walk in a store than to walk on a boring treadmill.