Happy Feet

Monday, November 07, 2011

Struggling big time to keep myself motivated. Working on exercise and eating right but want something with a quick return with visible results that will allow me to say. Great Job Chris!

Someone on one of my teams posted a pamper your feet challenge today. This was designed especially for me. I was looking at my feet last night while adding lotion and considered how much use and abuse my awesome feet take. My new goal has nothing to do with tracking my exercise, food or weight but how often I am willing to appreciate and pamper my FEET!!!!

Yes, I will still work on the other but Me, Myself and I deserve a success of one month of pampered feet. For me that means massage and lotion and whatever other awesome ideas I can think of.
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    OOooOoooO that sounds like a good idea! Our poor little feet do get used and abused! Especially my feet. I have to wear heels at work and that pretty much only lasts about 3 hrs till I have to change to flats.

    I like the idea of pampering your feet! I usually try to get a pedicure about once a month but haven't been in about two months or so...I think next pay check is all about me (and my feet!!) :)
    3160 days ago
    Way to go in joining the challenge your feet will love you for it. One thing that is great is giving your feet a good soaking. Take a container and fill it with water and some bubbles. Bubbles always seem to make the feet feel better. Then sit on your couch with a good book or mag a lovely drink and just relax. Then after the soaking scrub your feet with a pumice stone if you have one. Then lather on the lotion. Sometimes we need to remember that we need a whole body overhaul. Come check out the done girls sexy feet challenge page I will post some recipes for a homemade scrub for your feet.
    3162 days ago
    Sounds like an emoticon idea!

    - Karen
    3162 days ago
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