The joy of walking around barefoot is just around the corner now that spring is on its way. There's no better way to practice Earthing than to have your bare feet in direct contact with the Earth. However walking barefoot is not always an option day in and day out.
The start of a new year is a good time to start planning and making changes to better yourself and the world we live in. What better time to focus on the task of taking care of our Earth and set some new Earth helping, household habits. It takes each one of us doing our part at home and at work to protect and sustain life on Earth. So how can we help? What can we do to make a difference and give back to the Earth? This blog will discuss how to properly dispose of a few household items.
Can you wear soft sole moccasins outside or are they just considered house slippers? The answer is yes, but if you want your moccasin slippers to hold up overtime outdoors, then you need to be mindful of a few things.
For a more traditional Earthing shoes, some choose to wear real leather moccasins as a way of avoiding wearing something with a carbon sole or plug. Want to learn more about how leather sole moccasins can work as Earthing shoes? More specifically, read on to find out how oil tan leather works ideally as a sole for an outdoor Grounding shoe.
There's no need to leave the little ones out when it comes to Earthing. You might as well start them while they are young. We have a number of cute baby booties that allow little babies and toddlers to start Earthing as soon as they start walking. What makes these "Earthing" shoes is that our baby and toddler moccasins have soft leather soles without any foam or lining. The leather becomes conductive as the moisture from the ground mixes with the leather and transfers through the baby's nerve endings in his or her feet.