Thursday, 22 January 2009
Not enough moolah didn’t stop me from browsing and admiring nice pair of shoes though. Buying shoes for me now is like buying wood flooring, so far out. :)
Tuesday, 20 January 2009
Your Friendship Style is Philosophical
You take every friendship you have seriously, and you spend a lot of time analyzing your friends.
You've thought a lot about what it means to be a good friend, and you hold yourself to your standard.
In return, you expect your friends to be loyal, honest, and real. You're somewhat picky about who you're friends with.
Fighting with your friends bothers you more than most people. You can't stop replaying arguments over and over in your head.
You and an Empathetic Friend: Try to understand one another. You approach life very differently, but you're willing to listen to one another.
You and a Gregarious Friend: Are a better match than expected. You understand and appreciate your Gregarious Friend's energy.
You and an Independent Friend: Get along pretty well, but you can't help but think your Independent Friend needs to learn better manners!
You and another Philosophical Friend: Are friends for life. You can get lost in your intense, interesting conversations... and maybe even change the world together!
Sunday, 18 January 2009
Anyway, I also found this helpful tips from ehow.com:
Opt for low-heeled shoes; high heels tilt the foot and put most of your weight on the balls of your feet, creating large calluses. Wear thick socks with extra cushioning in the heel, ball and toe area.
File away any developing calluses with an emery board or pumice stone following a bath or shower, when the water has soften your callus.
Use a softening agent like Ultramide 25 lotion to peel away thick calluses.
Apply lotions and moisturizers generously. Use lanolin, Vaseline or vitamin E oils on feet, hands, elbows, knees or anywhere a callus is likely to develop.
Choose shoes shaped like human feet. Narrow-toed shoes make feet more prone to calluses because the foot is held at a funny angle inside the shoe.
Buy high-quality exercise shoes with plenty of padding and room in the toe area. Don't try to save money by buying cheap shoes. Your feet will suffer.
Step8Have hammertoes, bunions and bone spurs surgically repaired if they're causing chronic callus formation.
Wear knee pads if you spend a lot of time on your knees gardening, scrubbing or waxing the floor. Knee pads will prevent callus formation.
Don gloves to prevent calluses from forming on your hands when doing heavy work such as moving branches, raking bags full of leaves and hoeing.
Oh, have to add foot lotion in my shopping list (no discount furniture for now).
Wednesday, 14 January 2009
Their gowns are magnetsthat attract all the eyes on them, I guess. Pretty!
Wednesday, 7 January 2009
After the incident, I bowed that I would not buy alcheapo shoes anymore however cheap they are. I will stick to buying shoes with good grip on the soles. Mcj said, I just need to walk carefully. I do now. I use the other side of the road which isn’t that steep and walk real slow.
So, I’ve been window shopping for my future buys. Yeah, future as I promised myself not to shop for anything until our trip to RP.
I like these:
While browsing away, stumbling onto weight loss product is not impossible. The ads about them are everywhere on the net. I think it’s second to dating sites. What do you reckon?