If you struggle with fashion even when you have two feet beneath you, you might really wonder how you are going to keep up with the times on one foot. The good news is there are plenty of options out there for you to consider. Fashion doesn’t have to be something you push by the wayside during your time on crutches! Here are a few ideas.
Breaking a leg can be a very troublesome and traumatic experience. When a friend or family member in your life is placed on crutches due to a broken leg, a surgery, or another injury that needs time to heal, they may not realize how hard it will be to function in the upcoming weeks. In order to help that person in your life recover as quickly as possible, you might want to pitch in and help where you can. Here are a few things you can do:
Topics: Helping someone on crutches
With Halloween just around the corner, your house will likely overflow with candy. Since you are injured you know you are supposed to eat well so your body will have the nutrition it needs to heal itself, but the candy will likely be too tempting to pass up. Here are some of the best types of candies to eat when injured and why.
When you are hobbling around on one foot and everything takes longer than it used to, you need a good reason to laugh, right? Have you ever eaten this candy without laughing?? Okay so you probably have, but any excuse to indulge in this sticky, sweet treat is a good one.
When you are on crutches, you may not look forward to the Halloween holiday as much this year. After all, you are imagining a night out with your family, attempting to hobble from house to house in order to take your children trick or treating. Or, even worse, you are imagining a night at home alone due to the fact that you do not believe you can hack it out on the streets gathering candy with your kids as normal. If your crutches are holding you back from your normal Halloween festivities, take a look at how easy trick or treating can be on alternatives to crutches.