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Monday, January 2, 2017

I am greased up and ready

Covered my entire body with oil, my hair, my butt and my feet with everything in between. I was so sick of winter dry skin. When you get so busy with life, talking about myself, totally forget to take care of myself. Busy holidays and other crazy life stuff, now I feel like one of those paper dolls. A very crunchy paper doll.

So as I whine about my dry skin from head to foot, I decided to spa myself up with oils.

One my favorite oils is Jojoba. One big bonus is that it contains almost all of the vitamins and minerals essential for healthy skin and hair: vitamin E, B-complex, copper, zinc, selenium, iodine, and chromium. And it’s even gentle enough to be used on sensitive skin without causing allergic reactions. Jojoba’s also a miracle worker when it comes to a shiny, uncooperative T-zone—it mimics the activity of your body’s natural oils, so your skin won’t overdo it.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

'Tis The Season

Some advice that floats around my head.

"Talk to friends"

I am not quite ready yet after losing my mom very recently. With the Christmas season upon us it is like this advice should be easy to follow. People are getting together normally this time of year.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Give Your Bra A Break

cable fly weight training
cable crossover

(Click on image to view this exercise...)

Bench presses and push ups. Women don't think of their pecs! The best way to give your bra a break is to pump up those pecs. A strong firm chest does wonders for the cleavage, the form and needless say a bit more perky. With strong, firm pecs and a strong back posture looks great and there is less pain throughout the day.

We usually think of pecs like this

Women will not bulge out like men will when working out, you need testosterone for that. But working amazing pectoral workout can enhance the cleavage area and lift everything up!

Monday, April 18, 2016

It Is All Luck

Sitting to my left, an older gentleman starts pounding on his machine, actually bitch slapping it. Insisting it deliver the goods and round up the winnings he has sat for hours waiting for.

Playing the slots is an occasional indulgence and gets my husband and I out of the house. People-watching is just as entertaining as pushing the button and letting a machine take out gambling budget of $20.

Some do get mighty serious about the ritual and hocus pocus of the situation. Many people will touch the screen believing strongly that little bit of invited power of touch will result in bringing luck and fortune.

Adult ADD or What?

I set out to write something on Adult ADD, which was about an hour ago. I checked my email, sorted CD’s, went to the bathroom, swept the front step, finished sorting CD’s, read half a chapter on how to be successful and then started writing about Adult Attention Deficit Disorder. I wonder if it affects me any?

Friday, April 15, 2016

I Might Be More Like Betty Rubble

It is always a great experience or moment in your life when you find out you are the outcast, the underdog the nerd, the one that is a bit different than the rest (polite version).

There comes a time, I think they refer to it as the 'ah ha' moment or in my case the 'oh no' moment. Am I square (the fact I use that term would solidify the answer as a 'yes')

Foul language is not used on my blog, in front of my mom or my children. When I comment online or post a picture or status, I use very tame words. How crazy is that? I have used some swear words with my parents and children but it is rare. I can swear like a trucker (no offense to truckers but it was all I had) but it is never attached to my online presence or my elders or people I wish to influence. Have I been a potty mouth in the past...yes.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Do Men Worry About Such Things?

We have heard the jokes and puns about men worrying about baldness, somewhat like a women worrying about how big her butt looks in her new jeans. Usually articles and advice on improving self confidence, awareness and image point toward women. Would that same advice benefit men in the same way? Do they need their own pep talks that would differ from the womanly advice we receive?