In these dark and dying months, hairs break on brittle ends and colors run flat under overcast skies, and as you can tell, like many of us, I’m keeping my eyes open for any kind of a solution. Well, I don’t know if it’s the craving for something living to make not only my hair feel invigorated but myself or if it’s the desire to do something new. So in light of all this natural inspiration, I invite you to take in a feel kitchen recipes that I recently found at http://www.stylelist.com/2011/01/21/homemade-remedies-dry-winter-hair/. Let’s try them out, and let me know how they work.
Going back to school is always an interesting way to start the next few months of your life off. For instance, today alone I met a computer professor (who in fact sounds like a computer), a band of pirates reading poetry in the cafeteria and a load of girls wearing too many scarfs. This may not be the time that we all look forward too, but I can admit that it lures in our curiosity. This day hasn’t so far been filled with the excitement that it normally has in the past, but at least this time I feel that it is all the more challenging. Not so much challenging academically, but in regards to what I should do to get what I want with this education and how I go about getting it. Ready for a change with a positive outcome, that’s my challenge this semester.