I can't believe it was 3 years ago this September that I made my first YouTube hair tutorial. I also can't believe the videos been viewed 3,282 times as well.
As we all have been busy getting back to school supplies for the kids, it's important that us parents are back to school ready in order for everyone to succeed.
Share this post with anybody who loves beauty DIY's and would love some new tips.
Remember that feeling of psyching yourself up to go? Feeling anxious and sweaty. Getting in the position to make the leap, and counting down. Closing your eyes and imaging yourself just getting it over with.
Mini Braids can be very versatile and freeing as I can just let my hair out and not worry about it knotting or drying out. I don't think I was able to capitalize on the pregnancy hair growth because I had an extremely hard time with nausea and even just eating. Then the postpartum hair loss hit me worse than I think it did with my past 2 pregnancies. The past few months my hair has been neglected a lot from my regimen so there's been a lot of breakage as you can see.
On a long list of tattoo ideas I wrote years ago, ‘breathe’ was one of them. It has been and still is one of the things I always tell myself whenever I’m going through intense feelings.
Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube seem to be the main hubs people go to when searching for inspiration to decorate rooms in their home. When brainstorming ideas in our place, especially the kids' bedrooms - I sure did. Who else enjoys looking at perfectly curated children's play areas or bedrooms?
"If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?"
Here's my first shot at vlogging with THREE kids. It was kind of tricky to figure out shooting with no tripod and working around a tired baby in pain who just wants cuddles but we got something completed and published. Art and Aoife were happy to record, help with some angles, and look forward to future vlogs..maybe.
F*@%!!!! - Stepped on any toys recently? From Mega blocks to Barbie dolls. Death Legos and Hardened Play-doh. Kitchen Accessories mixed with Race Cars. Puzzle Pieces sprinkled on top of Hatchimals. Maybe Monopoly pieces smushed into some Stuffed Teddies? Let's bring "Mom where's my Spiderman??? I can't find him anywhere!! I need it now!! Where did it go?!" to the party with "Please Dad can you find the cat with the stripes but not the whiskers that has the tail and not with the bow!?" *don't forget the large order of tantrums* How about Mysterious Slime stuck to just about everything you own!! (Rubbing alcohol works for getting that out of clothes by the way)