A Variety of Shoes

A Variety of Shoes

  • Prone To Bunions? Here Are Some Tips To Keep Them At Bay

    If your parents have bunions, you wear heels on a regular basis, or you have had a lot of foot injuries in the past, you are at an increased risk of bunions in comparison to the general population. Bunions, which are bony growths at the outside base of your big toe, can be pretty painful and make shoes hard to fit. So, you'll want to do a few things to keep their development at bay.

  • What You Should Know If Your Toenails Are Starting To Turn Thick And Yellow

    If you have taken your parent to a podiatrist to have his or her thick toenails clipped, you may start getting a little worried if your toenails begin to show signs of yellowing or thickening. A lot of seniors struggle with this problem; however, it can happen to anyone at any age. If you start seeing the signs that your toenails are beginning to change like this, the best thing you could do is go to a podiatrist for help.

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    A Variety of Shoes

    Growing up, I was never very interested in buying a large quantity of shoes to pair with my outfits. I rarely owned more than five or six pairs of shoes at any given time. I usually wore either my favorite pair of sneakers, boots, flats, or heels everywhere I went. When I married my amazing husband ten years ago, my shoe closet expanded. My generous spouse encouraged me to buy some several pairs of cute shoes to match my clothing. After shopping for new shoes, I was hooked. Now, I rarely wear the same pair of shoes two days in a row. Thankfully, I’ve learned that wearing a different type of shoe each day is good for my foot health. On this blog, you will discover the most important benefits of wearing a different kind of shoe every day of the week.