Welcome to the Heavenly Footwear blog. I’m Mary and I have been developing the idea of opening a shoe shop for some time. I have over 30 years nursing experience but starting my own business is something I have wanted to do for a long time. I will post on my blog about new stock and general happenings (and probably mishaps!) about my new adventure. Check in regularly for updates!

Stand at Biz Expo 2018 in Citywest

Earlier this year I attended the Biz Expo 2018 in Citywest which was a great event to network and develop contacts. This is a one table at my stand 

Top Ten Travel Tips For Your Feet

So you’re getting ready for your holidays, you plan, you book it, organise your passport, maybe organise who is going to take the family pet but while you might pack the sandals or the walking shoes, I bet you never thought that there are even travel tips for your feet. Theres nothing as bad as sore tired feet as after  read-more >


    This year has brought a wonderful opportunity for me to work with a little boy called Billy Goulding. He is the most adorable boy anyone could meet. There really is something amazing about him because once you meet him, you are captured by his beautiful eyes, his lovely character and his charm. You immediately fall in love with  read-more >


  Happy New Year to all! With the new year upon us, its time to maybe make a few changes in our lives. I have met lots of women with both small and large feet. It continually amazes me that women are so restricted in their style of shoes. Lots of women feel that they can’t wear boots because they  read-more >

A little break!

Just back from a few days away, in Youghal and Waterford. Sometimes its the simple things that make a difference, a walk on the beach, a swim and to spend time with the one I love. We really don’t appreciate our beautiful Irish scenery and while we didn’t have “sun slipping the stones” weather, it was mostly dry. We had  read-more >

Nature is a wonderful thing!

Isn’t this such an amazing thing? Such craftwork and all created inside my mop! Can you imagine all the times the birds had to fly with twigs and moss to make this nest! I think its a real work of art especially with the little eggs inside

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