Walking is easy. It’s so easy that no one ever has to teach you how to do it. It’s so easy, in fact, that we often pair it with other easy activities—talking, chewing gum—and suggest that if you can’t do both simultaneously, you’re some sort of insensate clod. So you probably think you’ve got this walking thing pretty much nailed. As you stroll around the city, worrying about the economy, or the environment, or your next month’s rent, you might assume that the one thing you don’t need to worry about is the way in which you’re strolling around the city.
But what's in our foot? I found it because of this picture. I was bowled over before everytime my mom see her reflexologist (reflex: a system of massage used to relieve tension and treat illness, based on the theory that there are reflex points on the feet, hands, and head linked to every part of the body). She was claiming I still remember that everything that the reflexologist press or touch its connected to the organs in our body.
And its 18 days to go and I'm going home I will definitely see a reflexologist and try how it will feel.