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    I actually live 5 min from a decent size shopping centre. I walk every time, except for the weekly shop, need the car to lug home cat food, dog food, cat litter, milk, canned goods no way could I carry all that home!

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    Hmmm. Depends on the circumstances. I have a supermarket that is a one minute drive away, about a 10 minute walk. If it's a nice day and I'm in a good mood, I'll walk. I regularly do. If I'm grumpy and lazy, I'd take the car.

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    It takes me 20-25mins to walk 2kms to our local shops. Sometimes i walk sometimes I drive depending on weather and babys naps etc

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    When I lived near shops, I used to walk every day. Usually a 1.5 hour round trip not including the shopping, but now our groceries are done out of town so it's not relevant anymore

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    Walk- but I don't drive.

    If H is with me- it depends on what we are going out for. E.g. Baby Kingdom is 5 mins up the road, but I don't want to be carrying those bags back!

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    Depends on circumstances.
    Do I need to drop ds off? Am I shopping?

    I tend to drive. I usually only walk when taking ds to the park.

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    Possibly walk, but I'd wait til DP was home & DD was in bed and go on my own 👍🏻

    If DD was with me & I absolutely had to go I'd drive and find something else to do to stretch the trip out a bit!


 

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