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Steve Jobs and My New Balance Clogs

By Dr. Paula Bloom As I continued to check out the selection of New Balance I saw the exact clog I was looking for. It was a men’s shoe. Hmm. What to do. I was kind of surprised by my hesitation.I’ve been looking for a new pair of post workout clog-like sneakers. As I checked out Foot
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Clogs and Discussions of Feminism at the Salon

By Dr. Paula Bloom “How do you like those shoes?” I asked a 65ish-year-old woman at the hair salon. She was wearing a pair of Alegria clogs in black patent leather.   I shared with her that I had recently bought the same ones in a leopard print. ”I only wear Alegria during the day. Th
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Birthdays: Our Own Personal New Year’s Eve

By Dr. Paula Bloom I celebrated my 39th birthday this week. It started out as a typical day. Get the kids up, make them breakfast and get them to school.  I decided to take the day off from seeing clients. I may make this an annual thing. It was wonderful to have a few hours on my bir
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My Minimal Shoe Experience

By Dr. Paula Bloom Look at the bottoms of my feet and you’ll know that I like to be barefoot. Unless it’s very cold I don’t wear shoes in the house. Growing up in Florida I was able to be barefoot or be in sandals for most of the year. I’ve never liked the feeling of my feet being con
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Reflections on the First Day of School

By Dr. Paula Bloom “Do you need some tissues?” “Are you feeling sad?” “Isn’t it hard to think that your kids are growing up?” I answered with a smile, but in my head I was thinking, “No. No. And no.” These are the questions I was asked as I walked my 6-year-old to his first day at his
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