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  • Three Life Lessons from a Traveling Teacher

    By Nick on Friday, February 20, 2015

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    ​At Dansko, we strive to support hard-working teachers who spend all day on their feet—regardless of the continent, country or state they happen to visit. So when we connected with Lillie Marshall, a Boston public school teacher, loyal Dansko fan and adventurous world traveler, we decided to share her story (or, at the very least, one piece of her story!).

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      From the stone-covered temples of Cambodia to the gentle blue waters of Belize, Lille has covered a lot of ground. The curious school teacher, who once used a nine-month sabbatical to travel the world, believes in the influence of teacher-travelers and traveler-teachers; she takes pride in sharing diverse stories from people who love teaching (and traveling).

      Naturally, Lillie publishes these stories online, via her two blogs: Teaching Traveling and Around the World “L”. This winter, she shared the details of her visit to the White House, where she participated in a remarkable, 48-hour Travel Blogger Summit. Trip to the Oval Office? Check. Photo in the Executive Office Building? Absolutely. Feel-good travels while wearing our Bess Mary Jane? Of course! Not only did Lillie promote the summit’s #StudyAbroadBecause initiative, she did so in comfort and style.
      So, how does this curious explorer of a teacher positively influence the lives of her students, and the lives of her readers? We’ll let her tell you.
      Three Life Lessons from Traveling-Teacher Lillie Marshall    
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      Lesson 1: Travel teaches brilliantly, is a wise economic investment in one’s career and development, and should be made possible for people of all backgrounds and economic levels.

      In 2009, I took a leave of absence from my teaching job to travel alone around the world for a year using money I’d saved from frugal living and working long hours. My year of travel was one of the best things I have ever done, and completely changed my life. As a result, I now have a new job I love, have developed skills I never would have, and even met my husband! I am committed to helping as many people as possible from a wide variety of backgrounds experience the transformative power of travel. In 2012, I took 42 Boston Public Schools students on a trip to China, and their reflections afterwards were amazing!


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      Lesson 2: Teaching is a wonderful career.

      I’ve now been teaching for eleven years, and it is an awesome job! No other career offers such creativity, fun, exciting challenges, and potential to make a real difference. Further, teaching is the ideal career for travelers, as teaching schedules allow for vacation-time world exploration, and teacher travel grants abound.
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      Lesson 3: Writing is transformative, bringing greater happiness, connections and opportunities. Share your story, and help others share theirs!

      The New York Times recently published an article stating scientific evidence that writing boosts happiness. I have experienced this profoundly, having published over 600 articles on and over 230 on, not to menton the dozens of articles in other publications. If you don’t write already, consider starting, even if it’s just a long post on Facebook! Writing helps us make sense of our world, connects us more deeply with others, and often opens opportunities that we never otherwise would be offered. If I hadn’t started a travel blog back in 2009 and poured my passion into it for years, I wouldn’t have been invited to the White House for the Travel Blogger Summit on Global Education!
      To learn more about Lillie and her passion for exploring, visit her two blogs: Teaching Traveling and Around the World “L”.
      [Photo Credits: Lillie Marshall]
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  • Shop the Trend: Cupid's Color Wheel

    By Nick on Thursday, February 12, 2015

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    ​With the official “holiday of love” just around the corner, we connected with four inspiring Etsy stores to create a special-edition, Valentine’s Day “Shop the Trend” collage. From Dansko flats to "I Love You" pillows, you'll discover five compelling reasons to shop the colors of cupid.   

    Dansko Neely: At first glance, Neely looks like a traditional Dansko flat with a playfully-colored upper. With a second look, you’ll uncover all the details: intricate laser-cut leathers, a supportive memory foam footbed, a lightweight, flexible construction… 

    From: Dansko

    Mineral Bookends: When we discovered these stunning mineral bookends, we immediately thought of our own book collections—and how dull and dreary they now seem. Add a little sophistication (and a lot of color!) to your book stacks with these hand-polished decorations.

    Valentine’s Day Card: Ahead of the loveliest holiday of the year, we uncovered this simple-yet-thoughtful greeting card. Paired with a bright-red envelope (and your own message, of course!), this card will spread a little joy on Valentine’s Day.

    Brass Earrings: With a vibrant magenta stone and a classic brass finish, these earrings immediately caught our attention. Pair them with subtle tones for a “pop” of color—or with Valentine’s Day pinks for a festive alternative.

    I Love You Pillow: For the renaissance gift-giver, we stumbled upon this romantic “I Love You” pillow. Dress up your home—and your linguistic skills—by adding more than a dozen languages to your bedroom or living room.

    From: Roomcraft
    [Photo Credits: TheHiddenGemShop (bookends), Littleprintdesign (card), Jacaranda Designs (earrings), Roomcraft (pillow)]


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  • The Ultimate Nursing School Survival Guide

    By Nick on Wednesday, February 11, 2015

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    ​Every day of the week, we strive to make a difference. From cleaning local waterways, to creating a positive workplace culture, to supporting doctors, nurses, chefs, teachers and countless other professionals who spend all day on their feet, our mission runs deeper than simply “making shoes.”

    So when we connected with Emily M., a nursing student who relies on Dansko clogs during long clinical hours, we were humbled to hear her story. So humbled, in fact, that we decided to feature her on Word of Foot!

    Below, we share a piece of Emily’s background—and offer five "nursing school survival tips" from the expert herself. We hope her story makes a difference in your life, or the life a hard-working colleague. Remember: we’re rooting for you!

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      Meet Emily, Nursing Student Extraordinaire

      Hometown: Ames, Iowa
      Academic Level: Junior
      Favorite Dansko Style: Black Oiled Professional (they meet my school’s footwear requirements!)

      Favorite Aspect of Nursing School: What's unique about my program is its focus on fostering a sense of community. My colleagues and I have been able to help and support one another in order to achieve our ultimate goal of becoming nurses.

      Future Nursing Specialty: My nursing program equips students to become RN generalists, so we get a taste of many different specialties. I do not have a specialty picked at the moment; however, I am interested in ER nursing and oncology nursing.
      Most Looking Forward To: Making a difference in the physical health of my patients. The concept of helping people heal is so endearing to me!
      [Photo Credit, All Photos: Emily M.]
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      Emily’s “Ultimate Nursing School Survival Guide”

      1. Count your classmates as your family. In nursing school, you’ve already made the cut. The best way to get through non-stop studying and long clinical hours is to be on the same team as your classmates. Study together. Share the joys and the burdens, and remember: you’re all in the same boat.

      2. Find fresh study spots. To keep studying interesting, we are always on the hunt for new (hip) spots to study. If you can handle a little background noise the possibilities are endless. If not, there is always your local nursing library to fall back on!

      3. Wear Dansko Clogs. Dansko Clogs are definitely essential to being a student nurse. Many nursing programs have specific requirements for shoes, and Dansko meets every one. They are great for your feet, especially during long days of clinicals. We love the shoe so much, my roommates and I named our apartment "The Clog!”

      4. Find access to tacos at midnight. Or really any other incentive to finish studying. Our favorite local taco place is open most nights until 4 a.m. and breakfast tacos are served all day long!

      5. Uncover an outlet for constructive stress relief. When an overwhelming day/week/month happens (and it will), it’s easy to get bogged down and deal with stress in a deconstructive way. Take time to take a couple steps back and remind yourself that grades aren't eternal and there is a bigger purpose amidst the chaos. Running and reflecting are two of my favorite ways to de-stress!
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  • Dogs & Clogs: Recommendations from the Experts, Part II

    By Nick on Wednesday, February 04, 2015

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    ​Inside the doors of Dansko headquarters, employees often hear the sounds of a busy workplace: the click of keyboards, the buzz of afternoon meetings, the laughter of co-workers … and the sweet sound of dogs barking. What can we say? No work day is complete without our tail-wagging, food-hunting, four-legged friends.

    In many ways, this passion for dogs speaks to our overall corporate culture. We work hard, play hard and enjoy what we do. By welcoming dogs into our workplace, we create a friendly, uplifting, enjoyable environment … and spend our free time patting, feeding and playing fetch.
    To celebrate this enthusiasm, we decided to let our dogs make a “guest appearance” (well, their second guest appearance) on Word of Foot. Our latest dogs have stories to tell and shoes to review.
    Which pair of clogs would they recommend for their owners? Find out below!
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      Favorite Snack: Big old rawhide bones. I could gnaw on those things all day long.
      Favorite Walk: I like to patrol the fire hydrants on 13th Street and Columbus Boulevard—that’s my territory.  
      For My Owner, I would recommend … Ingrid in Espresso

      “I’m a classic pooch who prefers “no-frills” footwear; that’s why I chose Ingrid. What’s not to like? A heritage espresso finish, buckle detailing and open-back design make them a perfect choice for mom. Once you look under the hood of these clogs, though, everything changes. I’m talking classic rocker bottom, padded collar, nice, firm footbed—you know, the works.”
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      Favorite Snack: Carrots, but only the baby kind. I heard they’re good for my teeth!
      Favorite Walk: I’m sort of a homebody, so I’m content roaming around my mom’s garden. Oh, the smells…
      For My Owner, I would recommend … Sherise in Black
      “Do you see this coat? Beautiful browns, subtle blacks, clean whites … I’m a natural girl, as you can see. So, 'naturally', I would recommended Sherise. Do you see those leathers? Beautiful browns, subtle blacks ... all the colors of the earth in one pair of clogs."
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      Favorite Snack: I’m out to maintain my slim figure, so I’m a kale kind of dog. Raw or cooked—I’m all in. 
      Favorite Walk: I set up my own race course in the backyard. Think these little legs can’t fly? Think again.
      For My Owner, I would recommend … Professional in Black Woven

      “Take a look at those Black Woven Professionals. Notice anything? That’s right—subtle, aerodynamic grooves on the upper. Not only do they look classy, they will help mom keep up with me in the yard. Catch me if you can!"

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      Favorite Snack: Salmon-flavored anything. I can smell fish from miles away...
      Favorite Walk: Every once in a while, mom and dad take me out to Pittsburgh. Can you say “Freedom?”
      For My Owner, I would recommend ... Pavan in Caramel
      “I have to say, that leather design on Pavan immediately caught my attention. Why? I don’t know. Maybe it reminds me of my curly fur, or my beautiful golden finish. Either way, mom will love these. Wait ... do I smell fish?!"
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      Favorite Snack: I have a pretty diverse palette. My all-time favorite: deviled eggs with chorizo oil and smoked paprika. Yum. 
      Favorite Walk: Look at these legs—walking up and down the stairs twice a day is enough for me!
      For My Owner, I would recommend … Professional Daisy Patent

      “Mom has to wear some ‘flavor’ on her feet. You know what I mean? I’m talking colorful daisies, vibrant colors, eye-catching designs, a shiny patent finish … the whole nine yards. That’s how we do it in my household.”

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  • Big Game Chili & Cornbread, From King Arthur Flour

    By Nick on Thursday, January 29, 2015

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    We have to admit: we share countless similarities with King Arthur Flour. They make flour, we make shoes…can you see the resemblance?

    …While we may not look similar on the outside, we align with the 225-year-old baking company based on our shared core values. As a 100-percent employee-owned company, a certified B Corporation and a proponent of local volunteerism, King Arthur Flour displays an admirable commitment to their community. So while one company makes flour, and another makes shoes, we work to accomplish the same goal: to become better employers, better community partners and better caretakers of the environment.   

    And, when we’re feeling especially hungry, we have a habit of visiting their blog, Flourish. Just in time for the second-greatest food holiday of the year, we’d like to share two of our “Big Game” favorites. Go ahead—start cooking!

    Oven-Baked Chili and "Just Right" Cornbread
    Ahead of the weekend, when couches will seat six and food will freely travel from kitchen to living room, we want to do our part, helping you prepare for the nation’s biggest sports weekend. Head to your local farmer’s market, pick up fresh, local ingredients and fire up the stove—King Arthur Flour’s oven-baked chili and "just right" cornbread will help you celebrate with a delicious home-cooked meal. Let’s get started.
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      2 pounds cubed stew beef
      1 1/2 cups (8 ounces) chopped onion
      2 cloves garlic, peeled and minced
      2 cups (15 ounces) chopped tomatoes, fresh or canned
      6-ounce can tomato paste
      1 cup (5 ounces) diced fresh green bell pepper
      2 tablespoons dried cilantro (optional, but good)
      2 teaspoons chili powder
      1 to 2 teaspoons ground cumin
      2 to 2 1/2 teaspoons salt, to taste
      up to 4 tablespoons sugar, to taste, optional; cuts the acidity of the tomatoes
      1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon ground chipotle chili pepper, cayenne pepper, or a dash of hot sauce (optional)
      1 tablespoon cornmeal
      1 cup (8 ounces) water
      1 can (15 ounces) dark red kidney beans or black beans, well-drained

      In a large skillet, brown the meat in oil, in batches if necessary, and drain it well. Add the chopped onion, and cook until the onion is soft. Add the garlic, tomatoes, tomato paste, peppers, spices, and cornmeal, stirring to combine and allowing to simmer for about 1 minute, just 'till everything is hot.
      Spoon the chili into an ovenproof 2 to 2 1/2-quart crock or casserole dish; add sufficient water to cover the meat. Cover the dish, with a lid or foil, and bake the chili in a preheated 275°F oven for 1 1/2 to 2 hours, or until the meat is tender. Stir the chili after 1 hour, adding a bit of beef stock or water if most of the liquid has evaporated, and it seems dry.
      Half an hour before serving, stir in the beans, and cook until heated through. Garnish the chili with fresh cilantro and sour cream (with a bit of lime zest added to it), if desired.
      Yield: 8 to 10 servings.
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      1 3/4 cups King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Flour
      1 cup cornmeal
      2 teaspoons baking powder
      1 1/4 cups milk
      1/2 cup unsalted butter, melted and cooled
      1 largre egg


      Preheat the oven to 375°F. Lightly grease a 9" square or round pan (a cast iron skillet will work fine, too), shallow 1 1/2 quart casserole dish, or 12 muffin cups.

      In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, cornmeal, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.

      Stir in any desired herbs, cheese, corn kernels, or other flavorings.

      In another bowl or large measuring cup, whisk together the milk, melted butter, vegetable oil (if you're using it), and egg.

      Pour the liquid all at once into the flour mixture, stirring quickly and gently until just combined.

      Spread the batter into the prepared pan, or scoop into the muffin tin.

      Bake for 20 to 25 minutes, until the edges just begin to pull away from the pan and a cake tester or paring knife inserted in the center comes out clean.

      Remove from the oven and cool on a rack for 5 minutes before cutting; serve warm.

      Yield: 9-11 biscuits

      For more delicious recipes inspired by our friends at King Arthur Flour, visit

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      [Photo Credit, All Photos: King Arthur Flour]

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