Happy feet

Yesterday an amazing thing happened: when I was walking in the city, I noticed that my feet actually enjoyed it! It was nice to feel my soles touching the ground – I can’t even recall when in my life I have experienced this.

I can imagine it could be something like how little kids walk: joyfully putting one feet on the ground, after the other, discovering what they can do…

Three months ago, when I stepped out of the house and reached the bottom of the street, I already had to stop for a short break, because of the stabbing pain in my soles. But these days I can do 2.5-3 hours on my feet, in one go!

The street where I am staying in Prague
The street where I am staying in Prague

And now I wish this feeling for everybody!

Here are the details of what I have been doing and how I arrived to this point so far – have a look and see if it can help you, too:
Progress after 2 months
Mid-month progress update
Progress after one month

Happy weekend!

Read these too:

Lymphedema tips that I found to be working

To your health,

— Andrea

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Andrea Gerák (also spelled as Gerak) is a Hungarian artist, mostly known as a singer. She is also photographing, dancing, writing, sometimes acting or modeling, and forever learning through her journey in the world, living a happy nomad life. Her attention turned to health matters after a cancer surgery in 2008. Proud mom of a big boy.

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UPDATE 2018. Oct. 24.
See why I am very excited:

These Feet Are Made for Walkin’ (and Dancin’ ) – my feet are very happy these days!!!!

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