Run Barefoot Girl Podcast with Sue

Posted February 16, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses

Caity, who hosts the podcast for Run Barefoot Girl is an incredible woman who felt that there weren’t enough women racing barefoot at events and decided to do something about it. She interviews the people who are leading this movement, sharing their stories with the world. I had the distinct pleasure of spending some time with her on the phone for this podcast and here’s our conversation. I tell a story of a barefoot experience in a theatre arts class when I was 18.

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Barefoot Walking

Posted February 16, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses

In June, 2011, I bought a pair of barefoot minimalist shoes and started wearing them everywhere I went. My feet and legs ached for the first month. I almost gave up on them. Then I took them with me on the Camino in July as my spare shoes. They were perfect. Back at home I found myself longing to take my shoes off. So I did and that started me on a new path in my life. Barefoot walking.

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Posted January 19, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses

Beautiful words from someone who was really moved by the story of the Sorrow Stones…

Hi Sue,
Thank you for sharing the Sorrow Stone story on video. It was wonderful to see some of the people and locations you have told me about and that are in your books and CDs.

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My Camino Audiobook

Posted December 14, 2011 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | 2 responses

I found my Voice.

From the first time I started writing My Camino the book, I wanted to speak the words of the stories. I had recorded a storytelling CD called Stone by Stone in 2003 before I started writing, yet I still wanted to use my voice. Finally, 10 years have passed since my first Camino and I have finally recorded the entire book. It’s a 5 CD set full of my love for this path that changed my life forever.

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Barefoot Walking

Posted December 4, 2011 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | 10 responses

I’ve untied my hiking boots, tossed them aside and I’ve decided to walk barefoot. Almost everyday I go to the forest and walk on the cushion of leaves squishy my toes into the mud. Now that winter has arrived I’m tackling the snow and ice. I’ve been reading Barefoot Running to prepare for harsher conditions and found out that the brain signals to the body to send more blood and fat (yes fat) to the feet. This acts as insulation and it works. I feel stronger and healthier because of it. Can’t wait to tell you more.

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