You really need to get this whole stress thing into perspective – was Rosie’s verdict. I know, but I am very busy. Plus, One needs, new party shoes, always a stressful endeavour.
Christmas is looming on the horizon, Brexit is also looming and don’t get me started on the US election. Some good news is that Nigel Farage may be emigrating to the US. He has sorted out the situation in the UK, so now we are all going to be poorer and pay billions to ‘take back control’ of our country, by taking Great Britain out of the EU. Well done Nigel.
Anyway to put a spring back in my step, I tried on some new shoes. Quite a lot of new shoes actually. ‘Sarah, what you really need’, Rosie said ‘is much less shopping and much more self care, you know- mind body treatments.’ Wise words mate, wise words…
I absolutely hate spending my money on dressy, party shoes. They get so few outings, making the cost per wear absolutely astronomical. The other problem I find , there seems to be a direct correlation: the prettier the shoe is , the more it hurts. Why is that I ask you?
Yoga and foot massage is evidently the answer to the worlds problems, (as well as the one true path to world domination.) Secretly, I still prefer shoes, but perhaps we should all take Rosie’s advice and try this legendary foot treatment at the Thai Square Spa located just off Trafalgar Square, right in the heart of our beloved London.
Post party shoe shopping, I had a quick look at the SPA. Admittedly, it looked tempting! A brisk walk from Bond Street, this is the perfect venue to recover from the exhaustion of those intensive Christmas shopping sprees. A lot of body tension is held on the feet so a good foot massage is a very effective means of eliminating some of that tension. If you are not into foot massage, (you don’t know what you are missing!) the menu at the spa is quite extensive, with lots of destress themed packages, plus the place looks beautiful and tranquil, – very much worth a try, especially if you have been feeling the effects of London life.
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