Curly hair is a blessing and a curse. People believe we wake up and automatically have luxurious curls. IF ONLY IT WAS THAT EASY! If your curly hair is anything like mine, one day it is extremely moisturized and the next day its dry and brittle. To help combat all of the changes we face, I recommend doing a curly hair mask once a week depending on your specific hair needs. Sometimes we don’t have time to run to the store and buy a new one to meet our needs so why not go the DIY route? That way you can combat your hairs specific needs with items you already have in your home.
What is self-care and why should you practice self-care?
The beauty of self-care is that it’s different for everyone. What you consider self-care and how you practice self-care will depend on your own needs and desires. I asked multiple of my friends the question “What does self-care mean to you?” and “How do you practice self-care?” to show the ways self-care varies.Read More
Curly hair is a blessing. However, managing curly hair is not easy. I’ve been “natural” for 8 years strong and through lots of trial and error I have found a great set of products. As being natural gains popularity, there are more and more companies catering to curly hair. Some are good, some not so much. Curly hair has different needs than straight hair. These products have been tested over and over again and always exceed my expectations. Read More
Why Should You Care About The Environment?
Simply put, because we only have 1 planet to live on, so we need to cherish and save the environment. There is nowhere else to go once earth is destroyed. I’m not sure about you but I would not want to travel through outer space to get to another planet.
To any ladies reading this suffering from endometriosis or adenomyosis let me just say how sorry I am for what we have to go through on a daily basis. I remember the days I would open every article and blog post I could find to try and manage endometriosis. I hope this helps you on your journey to finding a good, working treatment plan. IT IS POSSIBLE TO LIVE A PAIN FREE OR MINIMAL PAIN LIFE.
Disclaimer: As we know everyone’s body is different and reacts differently. I am telling you what has worked personally for ME. Please consult with your doctor before adding in anything new to your routine and do not mistake anything as medical information.Read More