healthy feet it’s all about habits

For the most part, adjusting to the new routines, regulations and reforms of this global pandemic has been quite challenging and maybe for some, even frightening at times. But hopefully, if you are like me, these strange times have also been opportunity to reflect and ask yourself how you really want things to be. People all over the world are reassessing their work/life balance, their health, their relationships, and even their spirituality. It seems that time has given us the space to see what is important in life and what we wish to change.

What has it been for you? Maybe the government allowed, daily exercise has kickstarted a healthier lifestyle. Or the closure of non-essential stores has shown you that looking after those pennies really does look after the pounds. Or time to think has allowed to see more clearly the things that matter the most. Whatever it has been I hope that you have discovered that change and improvement is possible. Furthermore, that change can often happen with the smallest of adjustments, provided those adjustments become a habit.

This is exactly how I would love more people to be thinking about foot health; that small changes can often reap big rewards.

So often I hear clients say, ‘my feet are a lost cause’ or ‘there isn’t anything I can do’. The truth is there is plenty you can do to begin (or continue) to take care of those hard working feet. And your reward? - Happy, healthier toes and feet that will feel better, look better, and be able to work all the better, for it!

Here are a few good habits that might help to get your feet in tiptoe-top condition.

I hope to see some of you soon, when Leuchie House is back up and running it’s wonderful respite services once again. In the mean time, I think we can all agree that the ‘House’ and all it’s staff and volunteers have done an amazing job in supporting the NHS as they have endeavoured to keep Scotland healthy and well during this pandemic.

Sarah x