I know….not the best timing.
It’s not even spring and actually quite cold to go barefoot for a long time, even though the weather is exceptionally mild during this time of the year.
And my precious feet have a horrible blood circulation, and as a consequence, they really can’t stand cold, and freeze when the slightest cold touches them.
And I hate the coldness in general.
But fortunate that I am to live in a comfortable and warm house, I have the chance the walk barefoot everyday, on a clean and warm floor.
Well…..hmmm….a house I can’t really consider nature, but you know what I mean…
As soon it gets warm outside, I’m ready to kick off my shoes to feel the cool grass between my toes (but watch out for the bees in summer!), to let my toes fan out and let my feet relax.
I love how the ground and the soil outside feel underneath my bare soles.
Soles that have become resistant to the rough grounds, as a result of going barefoot more often than most other people do.
They’re mostly like: ‘Don’t your feet hurt? I wouldn’t step on the cobblestones without shoes.’ And then I answer: “I don’t have any problems. My feet have hardened during the years.”
Another reason why I love walking, running, and jumping barefoot is because my feet really don’t like shoes…
My feet aren’t that pretty, admittedly. It’s not that someone ever gave negative comments on them, and my clients are always eager to kiss them…but they have certain flaws, such as crooked toes. And these toes…are a nightmare in high heels and tight-fitting shoes. And I’m not going to wear old granny sensible shoes.
I don’t have dreadful feet, but they are just not that feet to get a foot fetish from.
When I’m with a man, often think: ‘Geez, why do they want to kiss my feet.’
So the only reason why I wear high heels is to look sexy, for myself and for men.
Going barefoot connects my feet with the Earth, sometimes hard, soft, warm, cool, smooth or rough. Wearing no shoes let my feet breath. And my feet like that a lot. And most important…they let my feet work in its natural state. For years I had been wearing unsexy sensible shoes, complete with heavy insoles, because of inexplicable knee pain. I’ve been to doctors, specialized consultants, podiatrists, orthopedic doctors. And no one knew the answer to my problem. And I had already given up. Because there was no real ’cause’. But the pain in my knee lingered. I thought: “Oh my god, I’m not even twenty and I function as an old lady.”
But a few months later, the last orthopedic doctor said something totally different. “You don’t need those shoes and insoles. You need to work out more. You need to strengthen the muscles in your feet and legs.” So I did.
And now everything in my body works damn fine.
Barefoot workout…healthy on proper grounds, such as on the beach.
I personally wouldn’t try it on asphalt.
If you consider going barefoot, always take into account what kind of soil there is underneath the very valuable parts of your body.
To make it simple: Very hard grounds and polluted areas are best to avoid.