As well as show­ing signs of po­ten­tial health prob­lems, your feet may also re­veal per­son­al­ity traits, says Jane Shee­han, au­thor of Let’s Read Our Feet!

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Body and Soul - - HEALTH -

Toes in a neat di­ag­o­nal line

You’re me­thod­i­cal, de­tailed and love see­ing things from start to fin­ish.

Wide feet

You’re a hard­work­ing per­son who finds it dif­fi­cult to re­lax.

Long feet

You en­joy the lime­light.

Wear socks all the time

You’re a se­cre­tive per­son.

Ex­tra-small lit­tle toe

De­notes a child­like na­ture.

Ex­tra-long big toe

You’re good at brain­storm­ing and think­ing out­side the square.

Nar­row feet

You’re quiet, ob­ser­vant and happy to sit back and del­e­gate.

Be­ing able to wag­gle your lit­tle toe

You love a chal­lenge and hate rou­tine.

Sec­ond toe is longer than the big toe

In­di­cates lead­er­ship qual­i­ties.

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