Have you been looking for a way to help your hair without having to go to the salon and fork out hundreds of dollars throughout a year to help your hair stay healthy? Have you tried to find a cheaper but effective solution for hair care that doesn’t cost $25 for a small tub that is laced with chemicals?
Well I have. I’ve been “blessed” with premature graying of my hair, which essentially means that I have been dyeing my hair since I was 17 when those first pesky grays started to show up. The problem though is that after over 10 years of dyeing my hair on a regular occurrence, my hair has become dry and brittle. That has brought me to this point in my life where I am looking to go more natural in many aspects of my life from gardening, raising lifestock, to proper hair and skin care as well. I’ve have researched and tried to find the best solution for a DIY hair mask that will help my hair feel incredible and help repair dry and damaged hair.
Have you ever thought about what is actually in the food that you consume? What that “healthy” packaged snack you feed your kids for lunch is made of? How healthy is that dinner that you spent so much time preparing? Is that meal really helping you lose weight? Have you ever stopped and wondered, or are you simply shopping for convenience because you are trying to fit grocery shopping into your jam packed schedule? Are you simply choosing the easy route because there simply is not enough time in your day?
This seems to be on of the main issues that many of us face today. We have so many things in our lives that are tugging at us, pulling us in a million directions. So many things that require our undivided attention. We have work and deadlines, soccer games, the million questions and demands of our children, the effort of bettering ourselves through our own education, professional training demands for our careers, shopping for basic necessities, business events, etc. We spend time trying to pick and prepare healthy meals, fitting exercise time into that hectic schedule, we have houses to clean, yards to maintain, and repairs that need to be fixed. Some of us are working multiple jobs just to live and provide for the basic necessities of life, and the Lord knows that there is a never-ending cycle of laundry that seems to never end. All of these things take time, energy, and it is mentally exhausting. And in today’s culture, time is a valuable commodity.
Thanks for joining me on this awesome new blogging adventure I am embarking on. I plan to fill this site with helpful tools on a variety of subjects that have to do with raising your very own homestead. This includes small farming adventures, gardening for advanced and beginning learners, tips on how to handle those little monsters we call children, DIY projects, and so much more. If you ever have a suggested topic you would like me to blog about or if you just have any questions for me about something on my site, just shoot me an email at email@example.com. Well I look forward to starting this adventure with my readers. Until next time!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton