Earth Day is just around the corner so I thought I would share a DIY project I did recently. A few months ago I created some insoles from an old sheet of foam. I’m not positive about this, but I think the hospital gave us the foam when our last child was born three years ago. I saved the foam instead of throwing it in the garbage because I figure I could use if for something someday. Well now I have. I created a pair of insoles for my boots and another pair for my slippers. Why spend $10 to $20 on new insoles when you can make new ones by recycling old foam?
Good morning, readers. I have another two for one post today. First, Whooga is giving a pair of Ugg Boots on their web site. Whooga ugg boots are hand crafted and double stitched for durability. They feature twin faced merino Thermofleece, suede reinforced heel, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you’re in the market, you can use my special Whooga discount code (672FOREVER) for 10% off your order. Hurry, the Whooga promo code expires on November 3, 2010.
Second announcement: I’m giving away a $20 gift certificate of the winner’s choice on my dad blog. The gift certificate could be via PayPal, Amazon, Target, etc. Both my and Whooga’s giveaways are open to everyone in our galaxy (even residents of Pluto).
If your dad is into sports, then consider getting dad something from the Sports Authority for Father’s Day. Sports Authority has the sports equipment and team apparel for fathers who enjoy football, basketball tennis, golf, fishing, or camping. And if your dad is into the World Cup (Go USA!), then you are in luck. Thanks to the Sports Authority (Facebook | Twitter), I’m giving away a Nike T90 Luma X soccer ball on my dad blog.
Earlier this month, Birkenstock sent me a pair of their Boston Soft Footbed (Taupe Suede) to try out. Cool. My first Birkenstock. My wife has billions of Birkenstock sandals (what is it about women and their love of shoes?), but they never appealed to me. Until now. I think other dads will like them too. The Birkenstock Boston is great for the dad on the go. You can easily slide your feet in and out of them. I use them all the time for running errands and for taking the kids to and from the bus stop. I also like the closed-toe design, which helps keep your toes warm and dry. Just perfect for the rainy Pacific Northwest.