Get a Leg Up on the Competition with Philosockphy Socks

Get a Leg Up on the Competition with Philosockphy Socks



I’m sure you’ve seen the big business in men’s sock subscriptions, and there are plenty of women’s sock subscriptions on the market as well. However, there aren’t many services that cater to people who want to show off their philosophy love and support their favorite philosophers! That’s why I decided to start my own sock subscription service, Philosockphy Socks, just for this niche! From Socrates to Nietzsche, we have socks featuring your favorite philosophical thinkers and themes.



Philosophy Socks are Perfect For

People who want to stand out as they strive to be better, stronger and more knowledgeable. By rocking a pair of Philosophy Socks you can show off your strong side while also letting everyone know that you are always striving for further advancement in all areas of life! With our custom socks, you can look your best while simultaneously reminding yourself and those around you that the whole is greater than its parts and the quality of goods or services is not directly related to their price. Whether it's getting through finals week or finally finishing up that big presentation, Philosophy Socks will help motivate you all along.



Some of Our Most Popular Philosophy Prints

Some of our most popular designs at Philosockphy include Greed is Bad, Conformity is for Conformists, and Eat, Sleep, Code. All of our prints are available in multiple sizes and styles for both men and women. We've included our most popular designs below, but if you're looking for something specific be sure to check out all of our philosophy-based print options. Call us today to order your new set of philosophical socks (or find more information about how to order online.) If you have any questions about customizing your look or want to get in touch with one of our designers directly, please feel free to contact us anytime by phone or email. You can also fill out an online form here if you prefer.



Check Out These Great Philosophy quotes

1. If all mankind minus one, were of one opinion, and only one person were of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one person, than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind. 2. It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt. 3. A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds. 4. I am not an Athenian nor a Greek , but a citizen of the world. 5.



What Are Some of Your Favorite Philosophy Quotes?

It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see. – Henry David Thoreau He who has done his best for his own time has lived for all times. – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe He who fights monsters should see to it that he himself does not become a monster. – Friedrich Nietzsche I have been up again and again to look at that little strip of blue sky under which one day there will be born something greater than all of us. – Adolf Hitler Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened. – Dr.



How Do You Motivate Yourself at Work?

Everyone has those days when it’s hard to get motivated at work, but thankfully, science has some tips for us. To start your day off right and bring yourself back into work mode, try one of these quick tricks: Stretch, go for a walk or engage in any physical activity. Physical activity stimulates your brain to release dopamine and norepinephrine—both chemicals that increase your energy levels while reducing stress. This is great news because by activating these brain chemicals you will feel energized and ready to tackle anything that comes your way!



How Can I Be Happier in My Life?

If you don’t feel like you’re living your best life, it might be time to reevaluate some of your choices. Spending money to keep up appearances or to fit in is often more trouble than it’s worth. Think about how you spend your time and what kind of energy those decisions bring into your life. What about those people that drain you instead of bringing out the best in you? Is it possible they’re leeches who are sucking happiness right out of your life? If so, don’t be afraid to let them go—you can always build a better network by surrounding yourself with positive people who add value every day.



As an entrepreneur, how do you deal with anxiety and depression?

It's hard to avoid feeling anxious and/or depressed when you're an entrepreneur. That’s because entrepreneurs have more stressors in their lives than employees do—they have to worry about funding, customers, competition, cash flow and everything else. We can't deny that entrepreneurs are prone to mental health issues like anxiety and depression. What we can deny is that those issues are exclusively part of being an entrepreneur; anyone who experiences significant amounts of stress is going to run into similar problems. How do I deal with anxiety or depression? Mental health conditions are something everyone experiences from time-to-time, it's just not always diagnosed as such.



At what point in your life did you start to be more mindful about your diet?

I think that for most people, being mindful about their diet begins when they are either forced to or when it is necessary for them to be mindful about it. Because of my profession, I started paying attention to my diet when I was in high school and began playing sports. It wasn’t until college though that I was really able to put everything together and start making big changes in how I ate. That’s because in college, you have no choice but to eat healthy if you want to continue performing at your peak level. Once I figured out what worked for me, it became second nature after awhile, and then almost like clockwork; my eating habits followed suit.



What prompted you to start eating healthy food?

In my twenties, I had not been in good shape for most of my life. I’d always struggled to stay at an appropriate weight and frequently found myself up and down 10 pounds. It was frustrating because it seemed like no matter what diet I tried or how much time I spent at the gym, nothing seemed to work. Then one day a friend of mine who was in great shape suggested that maybe I should start eating healthier. That night, while looking at recipes online, something clicked and changed everything for me. The next day I started eating much better food and became motivated to start working out consistently (I’m actually doing P90X now). After about 3 months, all of my fat clothes fit too small!



When it comes to fitness, what kind of workout routine do you prefer?

I love to lift weights, but I also make sure to get in plenty of cardio every week. I hate going out for a run and then crumpling into bed because I'm so tired. My strength training routine is based around what my body feels like that day; one day might be squats and bench presses, while another might be heavy deadlifts or clean and jerks. As long as you're staying consistent, there's no such thing as overtraining. The philosophy behind my workout is to push myself hard each time so that I'm always growing stronger both physically and mentally—after all, it's not just my physical strength that matters at work; it's also my mental toughness.