You Have Been Tying Shoelaces Wrong Your Entire Life

You Have Been Tying Shoelaces Wrong Your Entire Life
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For some people, tying shoelaces is a mundane job. Shoes are, according to me, an ingenious creation by Satan. At times, your feet stinks or your toe may hurt. The list never ends.

Do you know you can defeat these acts by Satan by tying your shoelaces correctly? You just gotta be a little subtle. I'll help you. As they say,"You gotta be in their shoes." (pun-intended)

Read on for quick lifehacks on how to tie your shoelaces correctly. I'm assured they'll make you thank me.

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1. High Arches or Cavus Foot

1. High Arches or Cavus Foot

Cavus foot is a condition in which the foot has a very high arch. Because of this high arch, an excessive amount of weight is placed on the ball and heel of the foot when walking or standing.

Tie your shoe laces as shown in the image to treat your high arches.

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2. Heel Slipping

2. Heel Slipping

Next time your shoe heel slips, try this lifehack to prevent it.

3. Wide Forefoot

3. Wide Forefoot

Got a wide forefoot? Follow this tip to feel comfortable while wearing your shoes.

4. Tight Shoes

4. Tight Shoes

Satan will never cease to torture you. So, why would he spare your shoes? Defeat him by following this tip if your shoes feel way too tight.

Here's a video on how to avoid running shoe blisters. 

Now, it's time to thank me.