What to wear to work?
A walkwalker has a pretty good idea of what to wear when you’re going to work.
But how do you avoid being tagged as a ‘shemale’ or a ‘tranny’ by some of the guys in the store?
The answer is simple.
Just take a walk.
But it’s important to remember to be mindful of the ways in which walking can be dangerous.
According to the National Walk Walking Association (NWWA), walking on sidewalks is a risk factor for many serious health issues.
The NWWA also warns that walking on uneven surfaces, such as sidewalks, roads and streets, can cause serious injuries and even death.
The NWWA’s guidelines for walking on public sidewalks, posted online, include a number of safety tips.
For example, it advises walking at a safe pace to avoid accidents and to avoid walking in a public place where the potential for injury and death exists.
It’s also important to avoid stepping on or over other people while walking, as these actions can cause injuries, the NWWA says.
It’s also advisable to wear appropriate clothing and footwear while walking.
It also encourages people to use common sense when walking alone, and to walk at a slower pace than is normally recommended.
The group suggests using one or two people at a time to avoid a large crowd.
It recommends wearing safety glasses to reduce glare from a brightly lit street, and keeping your eyes open for potential hazards such as street vendors and other pedestrians.
Walkers can be seen as a social outcast because they’re not normally seen as walking in groups, the group says.
It suggests wearing high visibility clothing that’s dark enough to be easily seen by passersby.
It warns that the risk of getting hit by a vehicle while walking alone is high, but also warns pedestrians to wear helmets.