ATLANTA, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Think of the things you do every day. You brush your teeth. You have a meal or three.
Now let's go more basic. Every day, you stand up. You put on shoes. You walk.
You probably don't give too much thought to the things on the first list, but you think about them some. You shop for toothpaste, decide where to go for lunch, buy Egyptian cotton sheets and haggle at least once or twice with a salesperson. But you don't think about the second list at all. Your feet, they're just there - ready to take you wherever you need to go, right to the very last step.
But your feet want some attention. In fact, they are probably screaming out for some TLC right now.
April 1st marks the start of National Foot Health Awareness month, and footcare retailer Foot Solutions thinks this is a perfect time to renew your focus on your feet - even if you don't have a foot fetish. As the world's largest health and wellness company dedicated to providing proper fitting, fitness-oriented footwear and custom-fit footcare products, Foot Solutions believes that the pathway to better health starts with your feet.
To get on that path though, you need to start paying attention to your feet...every day. So for April, Foot Solutions' foot health experts have created a healthy feet guide offering 30 tips to better foot health - one for each day of National Foot Health Awareness Month.
But healthy feet aren't just for April! Foot Solutions hopes these tips will become as natural as brushing your teeth or making your bed; after all, they can help you lead a healthier and more active life – through your feet.
Ready to take the first step? Start right here by downloading Foot Solution's 30 Steps to Better Foot Health calendar and guide. Your feet will thank you.
For information or to visit one of Foot Solution's 250+ locations, visit www.footsolutions.com or call 1-888-FIT-FOOT. Follow Foot Solutions on Facebook or Twitter. For media enquiries, please contact Vanessa Horwell of ThinkInk at 305.749.5342 x 232, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Media Contact: Vanessa Horwell, ThinkInk 305.749.5342 x232 Vanessa@ThinkInkPR.com
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