Walk around reading all day. Maybe you read from magazines, maybe you read from books, maybe you read from just-received mail or a set of instructions. Step slowly, gingerly as you read, without the attention to motion your motion suggests. You may walk and read inside a building, you may walk and read on a road. You may wish to carry a bookmark in your free hand, as though at any moment you’ll place it in the book and shut it, with satisfaction, and walk on then with renewed buoyancy in your stride. You may wish to walk with your free hand outstretched, keeping walls, and people, and vehicles at a safe distance. You may wish to whisper the words aloud as you read them. You may prefer to read the words silently to yourself.