As much as I wish summer would stick around forever, the sad harsh reality is that old man winter is breathing his cold and frosty breath down our necks right now. You can feel it in the air of the crisp fall mornings, and see hints of it as those leaves start to turn from green to shades of brilliant red. I hate the cold weather of fall. It’s one saving grace? It means it’s time to welcome back the cozy sweater and your most fun and fabulous boots! For me it means it’s time to go buy a new pair too! Boots have always been more of a fashion before function for me. I think it’s because I always feel better wearing a great pair of boots!!
So when the weather took a turn for the worse last week I grabbed my skinny jeans, a great chunky sweater and that favourite pair of tall boots. I jetted out the door intent to get 20 errands done in under an hour. That’s how I roll. The problem, by the time I made it half way through the grocery store I’d lost that warm and fuzzy feeling; in my feet! My feet were killing me! The dampness was leaching in, my right foot was rubbing on something and I was not happy. Limping is so not cute. I abandoned my list of errands, and hightailed it home because I had to change my boots! So frustrating, there is no time for a busy Mama to make a wardrobe change half way through a list of errands.
When I arrived back at the house, a brilliant thought; instead of giving up on my old favourites I would try my newest find from Dr. Scholl’s, The Cozy Cushion. A quick trim of the fuzzy insoles and those cushions slid right into place.
HUGE insider tip, these little babies aren’t even on the market here in Canada until mid October, so watch for them!! For only $16.99 you can elevate your shoe or boot to a kind of comfort you didn’t even know existed! Here is coupon link to Dr. Scholl’s products!! Find more information about this and other Dr. Scholl’s products both on the web and on Facebook!
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