Barefoot Life

Sharing life experiences while leading a predominantly barefoot lifestyle.

A Barefoot Texan in Egypt

A Barefoot Texan in Egypt

» A Guest Contribution by fellow barefooter Randal Lane from Hardcore Mind Barefoot Moe kindly ask me to do a guest post on his blog and I’m honored to do so. A small bit of background….. I’m a Texan who has been working primarily internationally for about 20 years....

You know your boss has your back when…

You know your boss has your back when…

I had a interesting and endearing exchange at work yesterday. As many of you know, I’m lucky to be able to work barefoot most of the time and my boss and co-workers are very much used to it and very much aware of my lifestyle choice. Anyhow, two web developers were...

My “Secret” to Working Barefoot

My “Secret” to Working Barefoot

Over the last 20 years, in 6 different companies, I’ve been lucky to say, “I’m barefoot at work most of the time”. Indeed, no shoes or socks - just me and my old pair of bare feet. Interestingly enough, most people who know I work barefoot, even accomplished...

Media Interviews Through the Years.

Media Interviews Through the Years.

Between the years of 1999 and 2010, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by different local media here in Toronto about my barefoot lifestyle choice. I recently recovered a number of tapes containing some of these interviews and I’m very pleased to share them with...

Barefooting in Spain

Last summer, my family and I were on a trip to Spain, visiting the area of Costa Brava, and some good friends who live there. We were there for almost 3 weeks, visiting the city of Barcelona, various museums, and the inland parts north along the coast, the Empuries...

5 Exercises for Stronger Feet

When talking to other barefooters, we tend to agree that one of the most rewarding results from shedding our shoes is the increase in foot strength. Nevertheless, I find that, in addition to the natural muscular and structural development our feet acquire by our...

Q&A with International Barefooters

As a barefooter living in Canada, I really can’t have the luxury of taking my barefoot lifestyle choice for granted. Whether it’s because of social or environmental aspects, often times I have to compromise and, why not admit it, even get discouraged and dip into...

Natural DYI Alternative to Shampoo & Conditioner

For over a year, and thanks to my dear friend and fellow barefooter Christopher Younkin, I have been enjoying the benefits of the “No-Poo Method" to clean my hair. This method is an alternative to the regular use of commercially available shampoos and conditioners;...

Toronto Barefoot Hiking in the Fall

This year, we’ve had a particularly mild autumn in Ontario; temperatures have been consistently higher than normal all of September and into October and they seem to be holing off before we will call it a season (knock on wood). Therefore, this fall is also being...