I’ve decided to get a new gym membership. I ended mine last year when I was pregnant since I wanted to mostly do prenatal yoga at my parenting studio and easy cardio at my apartment gym. Now I’m realizing I miss the rigor and structure of classes. So I’m going back, my friends!
And what’s better is that Zach is going to get home early (like 530p) one day a week so I can make it to an evening Spin class. Score!
Other than that, this Tuesday isn’t all the exciting.
However, I did manage to clean out my shoe closet this weekend. Sadly all these shoes are going into “retirement”:
Some I never wear (like the striped wedges in the back), some are just dying ( the Enzo boots in the way back, the ruffle Madden girls are ripping) and some heels have just had enough:
See that? The screw is exposed. It’s unbelievably annoying to listen to as you walk down a hall. Now I realize I could go to a shoe cobbler and fix this, but the likelihood of me doing so is pretty slim.
I wasn’t completely prepared to toss them, but my bestie said that that’s what she does when her heels “die.” I figured if I got a few good years out of the shoe, then it was time to let go.
(The shoes that were still in great shape are off to Goodwill)
I decided to take a picture of those that I’m getting rid of so that I don’t have a heart attack looking for them some day, not realizing I tossed them. That and to remember which shoes I need to replenish. Like the staple nude shoe. I’m pretty sad to toss these, but the heel is shattered so go, they must.
Do you actually fix your shoes/heels or toss them?
What’s a staple shoe for you? I have to say a nude heel and perhaps a grey sandal based on the frequency I wear both.