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DSW “Do you Speak Shoe Lover Review?”

DSW SHOE GIVEAWAY 026My name is Cora, and I have Wide Feet, and this is my Shoe Story.

My feet are wide, but not super-wide so about half the time I can still wear standard width shoes, though I sometimes have to move up a size. Other times tell myself I’m in denial that those shoes fit, and I ask myself why I put my feet through the torture of wearing incorrectly sized shoes? A while back I was complaining to my friend Jamie (who has narrow feet) about how hard it is to find shoes that are wide width. Ranted about how I’m so frustrated that while there is some selection online, finding cute, qualityΒ wide widthΒ shoes in-store is like the holy grail- impossible to find unless you’re Indiana Jones. She listened patiently to my rant, and when I finally stopped for a breath of air, she asked “Are you done? Because DSW carries a big selection of Wide-Width shoes.” Music to my ears!

If you’ve never been to a DSW you should go immediately if not sooner- rows upon rows of shoes. Discounted shoes. Designer shoes, brands you love shoes, running shoes, sky-high heels, Men’s shoes, Kids shoes, Women’s shoes. SHOES. SHOES. Oh My God, SHOES. In addition to shoes they also have a pretty impressive selection of handbags and other accessories. And yes, they have a really great selection of Wide width shoes and wide-calf boots. Halle-lu-yur!

The book “Do You Speak Shoe Lover?” is full of similar shoe stories, and I found it quite cute to read, no wonder it’s a NY Times best-seller! I’m giving away 5 copies of the book this week, Click HereΒ to see how you can enter to win!

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  1. Cora – I totally feel your pain when it comes to migraines. I too had had them since I was a kid. They have gotten less and less frequent for me but not less painful. Recently I changed my dietary habits and started limiting carbs, and ended up adapting a way of eating called the ketogenic diet. After 3 months of adapting to this way of eating I have had maybe 3 migraines (that is WAY less than I use to get them), and usually after I had eaten a higher then I should eat carby meal. Other “side effects” of this diet have been more energy, less cravings, and better focus. There is science behind this diet and migraines. Migraines are a form of epilepsy and the ketogenic diet has been used in the past to treat kids with epilepsy, and reduced their episodes. I can only speak to my experiences, but I wanted to share, because I know how bad my migraines can be and I don’t wish them on my worst enemy. I hope you and others fine this helpful, or at lest an option to explore.

    I love all of your videos. You are such an inspiration for me (another plus size feisty lady). <3

    ~Kirstie

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