Friday, June 21 marks the summer solstice, the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere with the sun rising around 5:30 am and setting just after 9 pm. “Solstice” is derived from the Latin words “sol” meaning sun and “sistere”, meaning to stand still as the sun’s path appears to momentarily stop on this day.
Could your morning cup of joe be the key to a better head of hair? Studies suggest that it might just be!
Hair thinning or hair loss take no prisoners–affecting both genders and people of every age–and are major blows to self-esteem. Common culprits can includeaging, postpartum, menopause, diet or underlying health concerns.
The good news? There are things that can be done to prevent or mitigate this destruction.
We’re all better people in the summer, let’s be honest. And then the unbearable heat rolls around and we all forget what summer isreallylike. Hot and humid; acurly hairedgirl’s nightmare.Humiditybring chaos to an otherwise tame ‘do by causing frizz, dryness, and in some cases, breakage.
But, don’t give up and break out the ball cap just yet, there are products that can help you maintain healthy curls through the summer months.
The thought of keeping a beer in the shower seems like something straight out of a frat house and we’re in no rush to relive our college days however, this oldwives’ talehas got our attention, maybe because St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner.
This movement encourages people to clean an area, ridding it of all trash, and posting a before and after image on social media. Honestly, the contrast is shocking. It doesn’t take much to grab a group and spend 30 mins clearing your neighbourhood, a local park, beach, or even a section of highway, and the results are simply astounding.
We may be getting temperatures above +10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit for our friends south of the border) as early as next week!
No time to relax though, we’ve got to start prepping our hair for the warm weather now. If you’ve neglected your tresses over the winter, it will take a bit of patience in order to restore your hair to it’s shiniest, healthiest self.
Traditions that span centuries don’t have to be swept up in 21stcentury consumerism. There is no guilt felt when celebrating all types of love this Valentine’s Day. We’ve even got some tips when it comes to spicing up those,ahem, intimate feelings.
Everything in this Universe vibrates at afrequency; you, me and the trillions of molecules that construct thematter around us. The energy of the Earth vibrates at the frequency of 528hz. This love frequency is thought to resonate at the core of everything; connecting our heart, our spiritual nature, and the divine harmony.