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So as I have mentioned time and time again…I have really been struggling with finding time to balance it all. I want to be that working, cute and stylish, yet awesome mom; but right now I am not fully achieving all of them.
So a few weeks ago I had this bright idea to try something new on my nails…I can do my own hair (for the most part) but I have never been good at maintaining my own nails – EVER; and because my hubby loves my hands (and feet), that is one expense he has never asked me to cancel in our whole time of being together…not even when I didn’t work for almost a year.
With that said, I feel it only right to keep them up since he loves them so much! It totally has nothing to do with the leg massage or the massage chair or the hour free of kids and requests of me; none of that matters, the point is I do it for him! Read more...
To be heterogeneous is to be unique, diverse and different. As we are all uniquely created, so is our hair. The amount of creativity is beyond measure and the variance is just pure genius. While natural hair seems to be the trend right now, I really believe it is a movement. A movement in the direction of self acceptance, self love and the appreciation and ownership of our own unique beauty.
That’s not to say that relaxed hair is not all of those things, but there is a certain kind of freedom and love – a real live love affair – that goes along with being a natural girl.
Lets’ link up and have a hair party. Post a picture of yourself with a favorite hairstyle and details about the style, products used, etc. Read more...
You are free to leave here now. I know I haven’t put in as much work as I should to get my dear friend, pre pregnancy body to come back, but you are no longer welcome. I’m sorry that I sent you the wrong message that you were welcome to stay while I was nursing, changing stinky diapers, dealing with sleep deprivation and still trying to my regular awesome self.
Things are getting ready to get back to a new state of normal around these parts and you are not welcome to be a part of that endeavor.
I do, however, want to thank you for not being as bad as you could have been. I mean with all the snacking and cravings I had while carrying the little bambino, you sure could have done me way worse. I appreciate you for that. Read more...