Yesterday I wrote about how I ignored a pain in my foot and ended up with a blister that made it painful to walk.
I've dealt with blisters before.
Running long distances in sandals has taught me a lot about foot care.
That night I ended up "dealing with it" (vague in case you just ate) and applied my go-to care routine.
12 hours later 90% of the pain was gone and there's only a slight discomfort from the bandage. You know that clingy feeling you get when you have a bandage on.
It'll probably take a day or two longer to fully heal but then I'll be in top shape and back to normal.
Just in time for a busy weekend of spring cleaning.
I know how to deal with blisters by reading about them and experiencing them over the years. The first few I got from running were rough as I experimented and figured out how they work (i.e. what they are, what causes them, etc). But now they are just little problems that crop up now and then.
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