Achievement - 100% barefoot weekend

Discussion in 'Barefoot' started by Blizky, Sep 6, 2013.

  1. Blizky

    Blizky Member

    I took my sandals off on Friday leaving from work and didn't wear any shoes until Monday upon arriving to work.

    Includes going to stores and long park trail.

    Indeed I got used to go barefoot to grocery store HEB. If I make eye contac with someone I just smile and I not checking if they are looking at my feet all the time. The more often I go the less big of a deal is.

    This year I start spending a lot more barefoot. Moving to a housemwithntiles helps a lot. Almost every day I walk with the dog about 4 miles taking a paved trail.

    Previous years I would wear soft soled moccasins including in summer, but this year has been really invigorating. I have tanned feet and hardened soles.
  2. hillman30

    hillman30 Member

    Good! Yeah the more you do it the less it's a big deal and it's cool to head out for errands and suddenly realize you have to do them barefoot.
  3. Shakti_Om

    Shakti_Om Local Pixie

    Awesome, nothing like a bit of freedom and liberation to rock yer world :punk:
  4. PatrickGSR94

    PatrickGSR94 Member

    I've done entire holiday vacations barefoot. But lately I've been cycling 300+ miles per month, and I have to at least wear flip flops for that. So lately I haven't had 100% barefoot days unless it's too hot or raining to ride.

    We recently took a vacation in Florida for 4 nights, and I was barefoot 100% of the time except for the 106 miles I rode on my bike. :)
  5. falconer

    falconer Member

    I laughed when i read the thread title!
    I might throw shoes on once a week at most, usually once or twice a month though.
    I stopped laughing when i realized that my reason for not wearing shoes is my extreme laziness...

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