Weekends were Made for Walking Shoes

Weekends were Made for Walking Shoes post was sponsored by Reebok as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

Weekends were Made for Walking Shoes

I don’t know about you, but my weekends were definitely made for walking shoes and treasure hunting!

It’s no secret that I am trying to eat better and move more. Since the end of 2015 I have been using my fitness tracker to motivate myself to put on my walking shoes and move.  During the week I have been pretty consistent in reaching my goal. The weekends have been a different story. I was lucky if I was getting 12,000 steps for the whole weekend. Using the weekend as an excuse to skip the fitness routine had to stop. So now I am striving to walk daily and reach that goal of 12,000 steps every day.

Weekends are made for walking shoes and treasure hunting!

Weekends were Made for Walking Shoes

Guess what, reaching my goal just got easier. Now I have a fun reason to put on my walking shoes for the weekends. My husband and I have started a small side business that is definitely going to keep us stepping on the weekends. We opened a both at a local crafts and antique shop in a town close to where we live. It’s a quaint assortment of booths selling a variety of wares.


The building is open Wednesday through Sunday. Starting November 1st we began renting a small booth. The idea is that we just load up our booth and get a monthly check (hopefully) for the goods we sell. With that booth we need to provide inventory and that is where the stepping comes in. The hubby and I will be spending our Saturdays on the hunt for new merchandise and our Sundays after church and family dinner restocking our booth. Now I have a dedicated reason to say that weekends were made for walking shoes. I love the hunt for treasures and spending the extra time with my husband is an added bonus.


While I am doing all of that treasure hunting, I need to make sure I have a good pair of walking shoes that can keep up with all of my stepping. I had the chance to try out the Reebok CloudRide DMX designed specifically for walking. Finding walking shoes that support my big feet and bigger build (getting smaller with each step) isn’t always easy. When I first opened the box, I wasn’t sure I would get my foot in the shoe. I ordered a women’s size 9.5 in black from Famous Footwear. Luckily, my foot went right in, the Reebok CloudRide DMX are true to size and have a cloud-like comfort.


I am thrilled with the lightweight, flexible sole. The sole is even filled with encapsulated air, instead of foam, which makes them extra comfortable. You can get your own Reebok CloudRide DMX walking shoes in black and/or white by ordering online or  by visiting select Famous Footwear stores.

Weekends were Made for Walking Shoes

Don’t be afraid to put on a pair Reebok CloudRide DMX walking shoes and give them a  workout. They come with a 30 day money back guarantee. If you are not 100% satisfied you can return the shoes to Reebok.com/dmx. I have definitely put mine to the test.  It’s  a good thing that the same unique, patented, moving air technology from “DMX” shoes of the past are also in the new Reebok CloudRide DMX walking shoes. With all of the warm weather we have been blessed with this fall I have definitely been able to do more walking.



What does your walking routine look like? If you had a good pair of walking shoes would you get up and move more? I am looking forward to many more days of walking and treasure hunting in my Reebok CloudRide DMX shoes.



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Michele is a married mom of 3 adult children. She is currently enjoying spending time with her husband in the empty nest. Michele can be found working on a healthy lifestyle, camping or having some frugal fun. Not necessarily in that order!

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