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Here are 10 tips to make your life easier, according to a new book.
Rack room shoes have been the most common choice of footwear for women, but they can be uncomfortable and can cause a variety of problems.
These shoes have a wider range of sizes and can be hard to find.
But now, the author of The Bigger Pockets: The Truth Behind Our Most Important Shoe Choices is taking the reins on the topic.
“The big problem with all of the shoe choices out there is they’re so narrow and they’re designed for men,” said Dr. Sarah Smith, co-author of The Little Big Pockets Book and the author for the new book, which was published Monday.
“For women, we’re looking for something that’s kind of feminine, and we don’t want to compromise what our feet feel like.
So we go back to our favorite thing in the morning, just take that one step further and make our shoes more feminine.”
So what is a “little more”?
Dr. Smith says this can be about looking more feminine.
For example, she says the new FitBike is designed to “make your legs feel like they’re fuller,” and the new Socks is designed with a wider heel that helps to bring your hips closer to your thighs.
There’s also a lot of research out there on the effects of footwear on health.
For instance, the American College of Sports Medicine has found that wearing sneakers in summertime can lead to a 10% increase in the risk of hip and lower back injuries.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends wearing sneakers for at least a half-hour a day.
The new book offers a range of suggestions for how to improve your feet, from making sure your shoes are comfortable and supportive to getting more comfortable with your feet.
You can buy the new Little BigPockets book at Barnes and Noble.