Walk to Work Day 2022: Dates, History, Activities, When & How to celebrate

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In celebration of National Walk to Work Day on 1st April, we encourage everyone to get up and out for a healthy morning stroll. Not only is this a great way to start your day, but it can also help improve your overall well-being. Here at the office, we’re looking forward to getting some exercise and fresh air before settling in for another productive day. If you’re not sure where to start, we’ve put together some tips on how to make the most of National Walk to Work Day. So lace up your sneakers and get ready to hit the pavement!

On 1st April, National Walk to Work Day, we are encouraging everyone to lace up their walking shoes and get moving. Walking is a great way to get some exercise and fresh air, all while getting where you need to go. Here are a few tips for making the most of National Walk to Work Day.

Walk to Work Day History

Did you know that today is Walk to Work Day? This national day was established to encourage people to get moving and participate in physical activity. Walking is a great way to get exercise, and it’s also eco-friendly. So today, take a stroll to work or lunch instead of driving! And while you’re walking, why not brush up on your history knowledge with this blog post about the origins of Walk to Work Day. You might be surprised to learn that the first-ever Walk to Work Day actually took place almost 70 years ago!

How to celebrate 

1) Plan your route in advance. Make sure you know where you’re going and have a route planned out ahead of time. This will help keep you on track and avoid getting lost along the way.
2) Dress appropriately for the weather. Wearing the right clothes will help make your walk more comfortable and enjoyable. Be sure to dress in layers so you can adjust as needed depending on the temperature.


Year Date Day
2022 April 1 Friday
2023 April 7 Friday
2024 April 5 Friday
2025 April 4 Friday
2026 March 6 Friday
2027 March 5 Friday

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