How About a Sale?
My subscriptions are going to be later than previously anticipated this month due to foot problems. (I have plantar fasciitis which is a fairly common problem, I’m told, but it is also terribly painful. I’ve been given a prescription and told to wear arch supports, and I am taking the meds and wearing the supports, but I’m still in a lot of pain and this is causing me to move about rather slowly.)
Anyway – to make up for it, I’d like to offer everyone a sale on all items currently in stock.
15% off all orders $20 or more – use the coupon code MaySale
25% off all orders $35 or more – use the coupon code MaySale25
40% off all orders $50 or more – use the coupon code MaySale40
Fine Print: This discount is for all new orders only, does not apply to subscriptions, and are only for orders completed using paypal. Good for everything currently in stock. This sale will continue through Thursday, May 17 at midnight, Pacific Time.
Ugh, I’ve had to deal with plantar fasciitis before (six long months of physical therapy to avoid surgery, and boughts of pain still creep up on me from time to time if I’m on my feet too long or have too strenuous of activity). It is very painful and a slow road to recovery. Hang in there, Anne!
Thanks! Yeah, some days are better than others. I’ve been on the medication for just over a week now, and at the start – like a day or two after I started taking the medication – I really noticed a difference and I was starting to feel pretty pain-free. But then, over the last few days, the pain seems to have made up for it and I’ve barely been able to walk, much less stand to do what I need to do in my tea studio. It’s frustrating – but I’m doing my best to do what I can when I can.
So sorry to hear that you are suffering, Anne.
FWIW, a friend had this same very painful thing for quite some time. In her experience, physio was not all that helpful. However, acupuncture was and it very effectively dealt with the pain. She managed to dispatch the condition altogether when she finally gave in and got custom orthotics made and began wearing them.
I hope this passes swiftly and relatively easily for you.