Archive for January 2012
The internet has been buzzing with talk of the pill that can change your hair texture. Scientists who discovered the “curly gene” are developing a treatment that could put an end to the need for hair straighteners and perms.
It is hoped the breakthrough could lead to a pill to make hair straighter or curlier, rendering the must-have beauty accessory redundant. The discovery will also make it possible to predict whether a baby will have straight or curly hair.
Tell us, would you take this pill? Would you take the pill to straighten or curl your hair?
“I found myself when I lost you.” –unknown
Emerging from a relationship can feel like breaking out of a cocoon. At first you may feel a bit lost with new found time on your hands…POWER THROUGH THE LONELINESS; you are just steps away from rediscovering yourself!
You were complete and multi-faceted before you met your “ex”; somehow, we allow the breakup to overshadow that. Remember the things that make you tick; journaling is a great way to jump start this.
Set new goals for yourself in order to look forward to the future, making your happiness a priority.
Enjoy the journey!
Come celebrate living a healthy lifestyle!
Whole Foods of Louisville will be having a FREE health and wellness fair this Saturday, January 28th from 11am to 3pm….holistic health, health screening, product samples, and demonstrations.
Learn how to celebrate the mind and body through green living, healthy eating and a consciousness of wellness.
Whole Foods Louisville
There is a very interesting post on The Coil Review regarding, “what it means to be natural”. One way the Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines natural is: existed in or produced by nature: not artificial. It also defines natural as: being in accordance with or determined by nature.
The author’s opinion is that, “being natural is not just the state of the hair, but also the state of the mind and spirit. If a woman claims to be natural, but her hair is covered under a wig or weave all the time, then I would not consider that natural–that is just chemical free. Further, excessive use of heat to straighten the hair or keratin treatments, isn’t ‘natural’ either—they are just other alternatives to a relaxer. To be natural is to proudly wear your hair texture of birth, freely and unrestrained”.
What is your opinion?