You know how sometimes you just come across things online that utterly fascinate you? At least, I know I tend to come across some of those things.
This article just really blew my mind and I had to share it. I don’t know about you, but if I sit down to tie my shoes, I simply just tie my shoes. I don’t think about it – nor do I think of different ways that I could go through that process to have the end result.
But, it intrigued me – empowered me to share this idea of multiple ways that we should tie our shoes. And I knew straight up that I had to share the article with you, plus mention some key note factors that I gathered from it. This is the article so you can make your own analysis and maybe even try some of the things that they mention.
I think one thing that really fascinates me is that there’s actually math involved when it comes to tying your shoes. I’ve never ever thought about that before, and I’m sure you haven’t either. Most of us probably taught our kids and grandkids one of many shoe-tying songs…
Bunny ears, bunny ears, playing by a tree.
Criss-crossed the tree, trying to catch me.
Bunny ears, bunny ears, jumped into the hole,
popped out the other side beautiful and bold.
So I think when it’s all said and done – do your shoes stay tied at the end of the day? If so, you’re probably using the Reef Knot. If they aren’t staying tied all day (and you’re not untying them ????), you’re probably using the Granny Knot.
I mean, by the time I got to the bottom of this article that I mentioned above, I felt confused and not necessarily so confident that I’ve been tying my shoes correctly all these years. But, they’re staying tied so I think I am!
What are your thoughts on tying your shoes?
I bet I made you think today ????
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