Saracynth wrote:I'm so glad I saw this post! I've always wondered if I was just a bit strange as I really can't stand to have things on my feet.
At home it's barefoot for me - socks only if my feet get too cold. My shoes go on for the journey to work (slip on variety) and then come off and live under my desk for the work day. I'm not brave enough to leave my house/garden barefoot though - too afraid of that bit of broken glass or nastiness dropped by someone.
Kima wrote:I'd love to know if anyone here walks barefoot on a regular basis and/or has heard of the term "barefooting".
Kima wrote:I recently walked on ice and snow... but only for a couple of minutes!
willow myst wrote:I actually love walking barefoot in towns and cities, the streets are swept daily in most centres and I love the different textures and the smooth feel of stone, concrete and other flooring. I find supermarket shopping much less stressful in bare feet as I am more comfortable and the cool feel of the flooring is quite calming.
I always wear vibram barefoot shoes now, I recently had an ankle reconstruction and my surgeon loved my shoes. He said he wished he could issue them on the NHS to everyone in his clinic.
I have also been to a few specialist barefoot trails which have different surfaces such as clay, stones etc i would love to do my garden like that so that walking round it barefoot was a sensory experience instead of the mud bath it is now! Lol.
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