Mental Health Advocate
I've been alive for about 22 years now, and I've learned a lot about love, heartbreak, and people. I've been broken up with, broke up with someone else, called off an engagement, and fallen in love over and over again. I have many more years of learning to go, but here is what I know:
She didn't die; She didn't have to. My connection to her was lost that day she didn't say goodbye. I still cry when I think of her, and hope that she thinks of me sometimes, too. Our friendship taught me several things about life, myself, and building relationships with people.
You wake up in the morning with a wet feeling. You jolt to the bathroom! Oh no. What do you grab for? Tampons, pads, cups? So many options and brands to pick from now; what do you choose?
A year ago, I quit shampoo. Why was I stripping my hair just to put moisture back in it? Why didn't I leave it alone in the first place? I know what you're thinking, GROSS. I thought so at first! Using conventional shampoos aren’t the only way to get your hair clean, and it shouldn’t be your first choice. There are several methods of no-poo: apple cider vinegar, baking soda, hot water, and more. These are the 3 methods that first come to mind when I think of no-poo, but I have heard of more.