The New Year is here. For many people this means New Year’s resolutions.
Only 8% of those people will actually accomplish their resolution.
But we don’t want you to be a part of the 92%. In fact, this post isn’t about setting and attaining a New Year’s resolution at all.
This post is about helping you become a new you.
‘Tis the season for holiday parties. Everyone we know is hosting one, including you.
And while you want to dress to impress at those other parties, you should give yourself a break at your own. After all, how can you keep an eye on the food and greet your guests if you’re teetering around on break-neck heels?
Those heels are going to cause a lot of problems long-term – and leave you exhausted by the end of the night. Going in the opposite direction and hosting in your slippers is just as bad for your feet. They lack the support your arches need for the long periods of standing that are ahead.
But – great news! Just because you’re giving your feet a break AND keeping an eye on the festivities doesn’t mean you must sacrifice style. Meet the shoes that are going to allow you to have your (fruit) cake and eat it, too.
Fall is here! We need to get prepared for winter shoe styles and some indoor activities. The holidays will have us busy with festivities. First Halloween with the children trick-or-treating. Then onto Thanksgiving and Christmas. What about those added tasks? How do we know our feet are ready for the holiday season?