So here is one more list of things you can do change things up. Having a routine, even if it is unnecessary things, can make us feel like we accomplished something today and that will help with our mental state, while we are in this “not moving forward, but not going backward” time.
Since we’re all stuck in our homes, now is a better time than any to evaluate your skincare routine. I’m keeping this post simple enough that you’ll do it, but effective enough for great results.
Creating content is the most difficult thing for a blogger, but that’s because we’re trying to eat the entire elephant in one bite! This is my step-by-step process for writing a blog post.
This post is important for clients as well! If your lash tech is not covering these five basics, it may be time to find a new lash tech, or if you’re comfortable enough maybe send this list over to them!
This is an update to a post a wrote earlier this year called Why Am I Still Single? In that post I took a lot of responsibility for my part in my singledom but since then I’ve learned a lot and I’ve decided the men are playing a pretty big part as well. Or maybe I should say men are not showing up for their part.
Sunburns can sneak up on you, even if you’re only out for an hour!
For more than 14 years I’ve worked in spas and salons, grateful for the money but knowing I have much more to offer than a good bikini wax.
Even as an esthetician, I get overwhelmed walking into a place like Sephora with 10,000 options for a vitamin C serum, the newest way to dry brush, and which retinoid I should use when. I don’t want to take the time to figure out what I need, which product is the best, and is it actually going to work?Enter the subscription box.
I used to have really poor boundaries; I believed your happiness was more important than my happiness and that often meant going places I didn’t want to go, doing work I didn’t want to do or spending my time in ways I’d rather not. I was afraid if I said ‘no’, I wouldn’t be liked, I’d lose my job, or worse, it would validate those ugly thoughts I used to have about myself…
Being a woman who is 5 feet tall with a 26” inseam, I know a thing or two about tailoring and fit. For years I tried to make full length yoga pants work while I ignored the four inches of extra fabric gathered around my ankles, or the fact that I could pull the pants up to my ribs.