If you haven’t already, or you live in a place where the climate is usually below sixty degrees Fahrenheit, shave your legs!
Some folks, a lot of men, don’t shave their legs anyway. Clearly, my message isn’t for them. It’s for those people who have a shaving routine.
Now that we’re approaching summer, we should get rid of as much body hair as possible, in an effort to make our bodies feel cooler.
I normally allow my leg hair to stay on me through autumn, winter, and the first half of spring. I’m cold-natured, so I need all the body heat I can get! I love my organic leg warmers though, and sometimes I get a little sad when it’s time to shave my legs. If it weren’t for the fact that lengthy leg hair can become problematic (e.g. leg hairs catching on to some pant leg fabric), I would go totally granola, and let my leg hairs live.
Thanks to the interwebs, I rarely watch the boob tube these days. It’s a lot more convenient to watch shows online when I have the time. It’s hard to watch shows when they air during their time slots, so yay for online streaming!
People seem to want me to watch Game of Thrones, Scandal, whatever housewives show is available, Love & Hip Hop, and Dr. Who. First off, these shows don’t peak my interest. I know, I know, but they’re sooooo what’s hot right now [sarcasm]. I don’t believe in following the heard, so let me live! I have enough shows on my list to watch. Don’t believe me? Here’s my current line up:
- The Mindy Project
- RuPaul’s Drag Race
- Hell’s Kitchen
- The Cleveland Show
- American Dad!
- Family Guy
- Bob’s Burgers
- The Simpsons
- Happily Divorced*
- Hot in Cleveland*
- The Exes*
Isn’t that enough? I can barely keep up with the shows I watch now, and sometimes when it’s time to catch up, I’m like three episodes behind -gasp-. I had to cut one show I was watching, because I didn’t have time for it…and after years of watching it, I became disappointed with the predictable plot lines and character developments.
With writing, reading, maintaining a household, and child rearing, it’s hard to make time for television. Am I wrong?
*Will be catching up on these shows during the summer, possibly. TV Land only offers some of these episodes for online viewing, so it takes time to hunt for them elsewhere. -_-
**Thinking about cutting this, or only watching when celebrity hosts I like are on. It seems so hit or miss now.
The letter above was received by me, after I sent Dean Foods an online complaint pertaining to a gallon of milk I’d purchased from them recently. I’m surprised at their quick response (within seventy two hours via email), and their decision to quickly remedy the situation by issuing me a five dollar refund, which slightly exceeded what I paid for the milk. I truly appreciate them looking out for me like that, and for letting me know that corporations do care about their consumers. They could’ve easily dismissed my claim, even though I provided the correct UPC code and other required info to prove my purchase.
Thanks again Dean Foods. I am proud to say that I purchase dairy products from a company that cares more about the customer than their profits.
A few months ago, I shot my first YouTube video tutorial on using lemon juice to treat acne. I’d like for you to watch it if you’re interested in a less expensive and natural/organic alternative to treating your acne.
I also took photos of the results after making the tutorial.
Lemons are phenomenal!
No president is perfect–neither is any human I’ve ever met, but there’s no doubt (hush naysayers) that Obama has done A LOT since he has been in office. This is not an opinion: it’s a fact.
It pains me not to paint my finger nails, I rarely do it. There’s no point when I know they’re gonna chip within twenty-four hours. I’m a single parent that has to wash dishes daily, cook, do my daughter’s hair, and of course, wash myself, and all these things put stress on dried nail polish.
All the time spent applying nail polish, waiting for it to dry, and sometimes adding custom art, seems like a total waste when the polish decides to kill itself slowly on your fingers.
About a year ago, I was on a mission to find a nail polish that would go at least three days without chipping, but I wasn’t successful, and didn’t want to waste money on products that were only going to disappoint me.
My question is, has anyone come across a nail polish that will put up with at least three days of hands-on living (as I like to call it)? If so, please reply to this post, so I can try it! I’m tired of only being able to paint my toes; my finger nails deserve to be pretty too!
Us goyls love the way heels look, and for you shorter vagina warriors, they give you a boost, but is it really necessary to wear heels for more than a couple hours? I ask this, because when I’m going to hang at a bar or club, I always spot females who wear heels four inches and higher. That can’t be comfortable if you’re on your feet all night! I marvel at this, and wonder what I’m doing wrong, because I can’t stand having achey feet(or achey anything), yet these select group of heel queens make it look so simple.
I wear heels from time to time, but it’s usually on a day or during a time where I won’t be standing long, for no more than ten minutes at a time. Those Dr. Scholl’s inserts aren’t worth [censored] when you’ve been in an upright position for so long! Even wedges above three inches can start killing your feet after some time.
I understand wanting to look good, and heels do add a certain level of sex appeal and glamor, but is it practical when you plan on dancing all night? Am I missing something? I ALWAYS wear flat shoes when I know I’ll be dancing and drinking for hours. Which, speaking of, heels also seem to increase the incident of tripping and/or slipping on something. On the other hand, heels do double as a weapon, and a girl always needs some sort of protection from the general public.
Beauty is pain, indeed.