Healthy Child Healthy World is doing amazing things to create a healthy environment for children. Their site offers great tips and articles on topics that make our children’s world better like choosing the right foods to nourish their bodies, removing cleaning chemicals that are hazardous to their health and so much more. A great place to start is with their interactive 5 Steps.
Aside from the great information on the site from now through April 23 Patagonia will donate $10 to Healthy Child Healthy World for every pair of shoes purchased from OnlineShoes! Comfort and giving back!
A few weeks ago, I attended the opening of City Creek. It’s a huge shopping mall that has amazing architecture and shops. After three hours of walking and taking it all in, my feet were killing me. My Donald J. Pliner shoes were torture. Let’s face it some shoes are designed ONLY for appearance.
While buying shoes seems to be part of my female DNA, the reality is I am not a fan of shoes. Charlotte the Great will tell you that since my earliest days, I have kicked my shoes off at the first chance. From late spring until late fall, my family hikes and after trying many different brands of hiking shoes, one trip to REI changed my life. It was here I discovered PATAGONIA shoes. They are COMFORTABLE!
PATAGONIA s a brand that we use in our outdoor play. We have jackets, shirts, thermals and more that wear the logo. It is quality gear and delivers as it should.
This week I ventured back into the world of dress shoes. I need comfort and I want style. I chose the Patagonia Women’s Better Clog Jane. I liked that they were made of full-grain leather with a laytex footbed with linings for comfort and durability. They also offer the exclusive Patagonia Air Cushion technology in the heel for support.
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