Finding that motivation to work out can be an uphill battle for many of us, even at the best of times. We know how easy it is to find excuses to skip a workout session... So for that very reason, we’re here to help you strike “I Can’t Work Out Cos I’ll Mess Up My Hair” off that list of excuses for skipping important exercise opportunities.
Stretching out the weeks (or months!) that go by in-between washing your hair seems innocent enough… But beyond the immediately obvious motives for washing our hair regularly- there’s actually some surprising reasons why you shouldn’t put off your Wash-Day another minute.
We know by now you’ve probably reorganized your wardrobe, baked a cake, and de-cluttered that random drawer in the kitchen that was full of paperclips, receipts and leftover parmesan cheese sachets from a pizza you had back in 2005.
So now what? Before you catch yourself staring out the window again, feeling that bizarre sensation of longing for something to happen (combined with a bit of anxiety in case something does)… It’s time for a cheerful reminder that we’re ALL in the same boat right now.Socializing is going to undergo a revolution as we look for new ways to digitally connect with others... And in its wake, a new level of communication that may not have been possible before will reveal itself.
As a champion of rocking a gorgeous head full of natural curls, we know you adore the ease and relaxed vibe of a Wash ’N’ Go… But you’re also dynamic, fashion-forward and crave variety. So, just because God blessed us naturally textured ladies with a particular texture, it doesn’t mean we can’t shake things up a bit every now and then!
Amidst the whirlwind of alarming media coverage and events unfolding on the news, we can be forgiven for feeling more than a little concerned about what the future holds for us financially, especially for the rest of the year. Some of us may be facing immediate financial setbacks- but in the face of this adversity, we’re choosing to pony up as the smart, resilient women we are... to find strength and solutions instead.
As Black Moms, Are We Uncomfortable Taking Time for Ourselves?