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  1. 1. Sammi’s Blog of Life<br />“I absolutely HATE when my feet hurt. I've had many jobs where I've had to be on my feet for hours at a time and it was pure torture. My feet were not happy back then! “<br />
  2. 2. The Way The Cookie Crumbles<br />“I'm one of those people who are constantly on their feet, as I'm sure most of you reading this are as well! I go from working my full-time job during the day to cooking dinner, cleaning, blogging, and running errands at night. In the midst of all that, I've been trying to get into shape. I've made it my goal to set aside at least an hour (if I can) so I can exercise, whether it being running on my treadmill, lifting weights, or even playing an exercise game on the Wii.” <br />
  3. 3. Masshole Mommy<br />“It seems like I am always on my feet.  I have two highly energetic little boys and between chasing them around all day and the other errands & chores I do, boy do my feet hurt.  I usually buy my shoes based on comfort, which works to a certain extent, but that only lasts for so long.  I recently found out about a company called Happy Feet that sells orthotic massaging insoles, so I was excited to give them a try.”<br />
  4. 4. Carrie’s Rambles <br />“As someone who spent from 16 to 31 working in restaurants doing everything from waiting tables to tending bar to hostessing to being a general manager, I know foot and leg pain. Especially when I was managing, because then I was spending 10 to 12 hours a day on my feet in dress shoes. There were days when I came home and could barely walk. “<br />
  5. 5. The Cartoon Lovin’ Momma<br />“Ever since I’ve started College, I can tell you my daily activity level has pretty much doubled due to having to walk like 10 miles (okay, maybe not that far), but pretty far and I tend to wear my shape up shoes and to be honest they aren’t all that comfortable after so much walking so I thought it would be a good idea to get a pair of insoles to help. So, when I stumbled upon Happy Feet I immediately wanted to try them out, and when I was given the okay to do a review for you all here on The Cartoon Lovin’ Mama, I was double excited! “<br />
  6. 6. Two Classy Chics<br />Review Excerpt: I will admit right up front that I suffer with a lot of foot, ankle, leg and back pain due to chronic neuralgia of both legs & feet. Over the years...I resorted to wearing a lot of clogs due to this pain so I was excited about doing this product review in some non-clog type of shoes that I own. <br />
  7. 7. The Family Focus Blog<br />Review Excerpt: I was able to select the insole based on my shoe size so I just slipped them into my shoes when they arrived and I was ready to go try them out. The Happy Feet shoe insoles feel like there are pockets of air that move under your feet as you move.<br />
  8. 8. The Dirty tShirt<br />Review Excerpt: Having suffered from Plantar Fasciitis in the past I am always looking for something to add comfort to my shoe wearing, especially since I walk a lot. Happy Feet definitely made my feet happy! Especially on the days I walk around the theme parks all day long. <br />
  9. 9. Running Rachel<br />Review Excerpt: Have you ever bought a super cute cheap pair of shoes that you got a killer deal on? Only to get home and actually wear those shoes and find that they are not comfortable?<br />That is exactly what happened to me a few months ago.  <br />
  10. 10. Women’s Outdoor News & Marilyn Vogel<br />Review Excerpt: The last item on the short list, but probably the most important, is a good pair of shoes. As a person can spend a good 12 hours on her feet, a shoe with good support is a must have, specially if you’re like me and have arthritis in your feet.  I’ve found a massaging insole by Happy Feet that is a must have for my shoes. <br />
  11. 11. Akron Ohio Moms<br />Review Excerpt: These Happy Feet Insoles come in a number of sizes.  What we bought fit perfectly, and didn’t move around inside the shoe when walking. You can trim them to fit you perfectly. These Happy Feet Insoles are really built to last and have a tough over-coating that’s resistant to damage.  Perfect for long days on your feet.<br />