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The Story Behind My Bare Feet

The Story Behind My Bare Feet

Neil C. Shares his experiences on becoming an avid barefooter in Connecticut, from his teen years into adulthood.

Winnipeg man goes barefoot for 13 years

Winnipeg man goes barefoot for 13 years

A great report from CTV News in Winnipeg: Simon Jardine has been leading a predominantly barefoot lifestyle for the last 13 years and he shares some of his experiences and found benefits from shedding the shoes.

Happy Spring 2017!

Happy Spring 2017!

The spring has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere and it's time to get out there and start enjoying a new season of barefooting! I have prepare a quick video to say hello and to help us all get into the spirit. Cheers from Toronto! Barefoot Moe

Water Saving Tips We Can All Use

Water Saving Tips We Can All Use

Water is a precious resource we all need care for. Here are some tips to inspire all of us to be mindful about water use both at home and at work.

Easy DIY Recycled Yoga Mat Emergency Huaraches

Easy DIY Recycled Yoga Mat Emergency Huaraches

Being a long-time barefooter, and living in such a barefoot-unfriendly urban environment like Toronto, Canada, I have gotten used to carrying along “emergency” footwear for those situations when bare feet are not an option; whether it’s because of dress code, or...

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....

First barefooting spring 2013

Last week, I was 4 days in Bergen, Norway, at a work conference, with 300 participants from Norway and 6 foreign countries. I thought this would be a great event to start my barefoot season for this year. The temperature is 3-5 °C and the snow is melting most places....

What do “they” think of “us”?

What do “they” think of “us”?

I always find it interesting to ponder about what non-barefooters think of us barefooter when they interact with us in public. A prevalent subject during these interactions is the warnings about the (apparently imminent) dangers I will encounter while not having any...