Although I think I might be toughening up a bit (wink wink) My feet tend to always be cold – especially when skiing and doing any outdoor activity. I recently found a few ways to keep them a bit warmer that I thought I would share —
When walking to mountain to ski – wear a cozy pair of socks…Do not wear your ski socks.
Change into ski socks when ready to put on your ski boots. I like these and these pairs because they are not too thick but have a little padding to keep me warm. Make sure they are wool too. Do not wear cotton.
Once you put your ski socks on – I love “grabbers” sticky warmers. I put mine on the top of my feet. I find it works best here. This is one of my favorite tricks.
Then put your boots on – ski, cross country, skates, etc.
Happy Thanksgiving! I am so grateful for all of my family and friends and especially my husband, Clay. I am counting my blessings on our fabulous year filled with love and support. This time of year is one of my favorite times of the year – I love all the festivities and traditions and my new love of riding and fox hunting. I hope everyone enjoys their dinners and eats to their hearts content. I certainly will! And then I will be heading to Soul Cycle post Thanksgiving weekend to prepare for the Holiday Party Season!
Our last safari stop was Royal Malewane – the epitome of Safari Luxury.
We were greeted at the air strip by our guide Antony – who is a wealth of “bush” knowledge. He knows where all the animals are at all times and what they are up to. A perfect guide to show us as much wildlife as possible in a short period of time.
On our first game drives – we came across a lioness and her 4 cubs and 2 leopard cubs in the evening. They were beyond precious. I wanted to hug each of them.