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Three ways to break out of your routine

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Between long work days and personal responsibilities, it’s important to take time to break out of your routine and explore something new.

Here at SATXtoday, we always try to find the time to connect with each other outside of the usual zoom box (being that we work remotely).

We’re offering a few ideas to help you step outside of your normal routine.

Visit a new coffee shop ☕

Whether it’s a grand opening or just “new to you”, chatting up with an old friend over coffee is one of the best ways to get out and see a new part of the city. We recommend heading over to St. Paul Square to check out Vice Coffee or any of the amazing businesses we partnered for Drink Up Week.

Attend a musical 🎭

With several venues around town, finding a play or community theater production is a great way to treat yourself after a long week. Plus, you always leave the theater with something to talk about. Check out the Woodlawn Theatre’s website for upcoming productions.

Get your steps in 👟

Whether it’s running, walking, or something else entirely, there are so many ways to get involved in the community with a bit of exercise. Meet and make some new friends with City Girls Who Walk or get a free workout class with the city’s Fitness in the Park initiative.

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