Dry shampoo means I wash my hair less

When I was a teenager I was allowed to wash my hair once a week, at boarding school.  It was hair wash day on Fridays, we all traipsed off to wash our hair, military style. Fast forward to a few years ago and I was washing my hair every day!

That wasn’t wise and this post shows why dry shampoo means I wash my hair less now and prefer the way my hair looks. Read more

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Beauty mistakes you do not know you make

Ask ten different women “what is the biggest beauty mistake?” and you’ll get ten different answers.

I used to think radiant skin, and beauty, was achieved by eating good food and using the best skin care.

Whilst simple, nutrient-rich food is important there are other pieces in the beauty-jigsaw-puzzle:

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3 ways to reduce your household waste

I want to reduce my household waste, here I share ways I have discovered that might help you reduce your household waste.

One is an eco-hack, the others products that help you reduce ‘disposable products’ that create waste.

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One way to get more time in your life

Last week I quit Facebook.  It felt odd initially but it is now 11 days since I began the challenge and it feels great.

Liberating even. I have more time.

I joined 99 Days of Freedom, developed by a creative agency in the Netherlands. The premise is to establish how you feel when you don’t use Facebook.
99 Days of Freedom isn’t an app like “Anti-Social” or “Self-Control” that physically block your access to Facebook, it is an internal commitment within yourself that you will avoid Facebook for 99 days. So far so good.
Participants get their own website saying: “Joanna is enjoying some well deserved time off from Facebook. Joanna will be back in… only 93 days 11 hours 44 minutes and 10 seconds.” – See more at: http://www.whistlerquestion.com/opinion/columnists/non-toxic-living-one-simple-way-to-get-more-time-in-your-life-1.1308158#sthash.Pj36cxTt.dpuf
I joined 99 Days of Freedom, developed by a creative agency in the Netherlands. The premise is to establish how you feel when you don’t use Facebook.
99 Days of Freedom isn’t an app like “Anti-Social” or “Self-Control” that physically block your access to Facebook, it is an internal commitment within yourself that you will avoid Facebook for 99 days. So far so good.
Participants get their own website saying: “Joanna is enjoying some well deserved time off from Facebook. Joanna will be back in… only 93 days 11 hours 44 minutes and 10 seconds.” – See more at: http://www.whistlerquestion.com/opinion/columnists/non-toxic-living-one-simple-way-to-get-more-time-in-your-life-1.1308158#sthash.Pj36cxTt.dpuf

One way to get more time in your life

I joined 99 Days of Freedom, developed by a creative agency in the Netherlands. The premise is to establish how you feel when you don’t use Facebook. For me it’s good news… learn why Read more

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