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.
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.
One of my readers asked about hair extensions for fine hair and that is also my hair type so I’m going to write this post from that angle, but the information will be pretty applicable to most hair types. I’m going to cover the hair extensions I have had as well as a few more that just wouldn’t work for me – for example a true “weave”, and I’ll tell you why.
I get these questions a lot so I thought it might be easier to just give you the entire list of my favorite health and fitness tools, from supplements to gym bags. It took me years to find some of these items but it will only take a few minutes to get your routine started.