What Do Your Feet Say About You? Posted on 6 Oct 16:21 , 0 comments

Many of us have heard of Palmistry, having our palms read, giving us insight into what lies ahead in the future. But would you be so keen to whip off your socks and have someone read your feet?

Author of 'Let's Read Our Feet!' and Foot Reader, Jane Sheehan says that Foot reading (or solestry) is analysing the structure and texture of the feet to understand emotions and personality. 

Take a look for yourself and see if any of these ring true for you;


Second toe larger than big toe: strong natural leadership qualities.

Very small little toe: a childlike sense of fun. If it wiggles independently of the others, you're adventurous and hate routine.

Long feet: you want recognition for your good points. If they're extra long, you love the limelight.

Flat feet: very sociable, you feel re-energised when you're around other people. You'd like more support.

Thick nails: someone is trying to interfere or tell you what to do, so you're trying to protect your ideas from them. 

Square toes: you speak bluntly. If you have more than one, you're strong-minded (i.e.: stubborn). Rounder toes are a sign of diplomacy.

Hairy toes: you're sensitive, but you hide this fact with deflection. 

Cracked heels: there are obstacles you feel you have to overcome before you can move forward.

Athletes foot: you're irritated at someone nagging and hindering your progress.

Bunion: you bend over backwards doing far too much for others and not enough for yourself.


So what do you think? Will you be looking to your feet to make sense of your emotions?