Is this now the second time I have discussed insoles for flat feet today? Or was that one of the last things I spoke of yesterday? You know, it’s possible that I discussed it yesterday. This is not really a problem, because this is my job! Can you believe it? I am getting paid to write about stuff! Who would have thought that discussing things like insoles for flat feet would be something I could be paid to do. It’s funny thinking though that this is culmination of all of my experience as a writer, but hey, that’s the world for you. Years ago, when I was in high school, one of the things that we focused on was writing mass amounts of words in as short amount of time.
Now, this process was meant to combine the collective knowledge from several classes into a single exam. This has nothing to do with insoles for flat feet directly, but this is a good way to describe how I can write so much, repeatedly, on a single topic. My record way back then I think was 16 written pages in somewhere around four hours.
I really don’t know how that would translate these days as I do all of my writing on a computer, like this here discussion on insoles for flat feet, but I think I had my most productive day writing in a long time just this past weekend. I was able to write 7 pages in just four hours, including citations and what not. I think that would translate pretty well to written pages. But then again, who knows. However I should be discussing the topic of this paper, that is insoles for flat feet rather than digressing into a history of my life. So in the end, it’s kind of makes me smile thinking back to all of the crap I learned in high school and how it has helped me finish 300 words in less time than it takes to listen to one track on a cd about insoles for flat feet .
But, as it were, perhaps it is a good idea to include at least some information about insoles for flat feet. That is to say, individuals who have flat feet tend to suffer from a variety of joint and muscle pain. By placing the weight of the body across the entire foot, without taking into account the more structurally sound portions of the foot, is inhereintly bad.
It is better to utilize custom made insoles as those factor in the entire geometry of the foot, rather than wantonly placing the weight everywhere.