How to Be a Lazy Hairstylist in 7 Ways

I love my hair, but it can be such a pain. It takes a lot of work and effort to maintain gorgeous locks.. so finding new ways to make styling my hair simple and easy makes my heart smile. I love Allison’s simple DIY hairstyles that take little time and effort, but are gorgeous! Great for work, a lunch date, or any occasion life throws at you! Check out Allison’s post!

How To Get Things Done in 10 Ways

I absolutelyhate doing my hair before work. Hate it. Why waste those precious minutes of beauty rest to get up early and work at the beauty? I embrace my tangled mane! (Ok, not all the time, but about 4 out of 5 days I’m not touching it). I mean, to me, going to work looking all prettied up is nice, but at the same time…why? What’s the point. You know what I mean? Maybe you don’t. But that’s okay. Because you all know how lazy I am when it comes to life, so I’m always looking for socially acceptable short cuts!

So I’ve got a few ‘do’s in my book to whip out in the morning as I’m rushing around like a crazy person. Oh, and disclaimer here: This is a selfie post. Sorry! Love me or hate me 😉

1. The Messy Bun – my absolute go-to style

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Conquer Fear & Self Doubt To Achieve Your Dreams — Jay Colby

As we approach the new year, we get excited about our goals. We vow to make this year “my year,” and we are filled with motivation to achieve our dreams. But what happens when we begin doubting ourselves, allowing fear to creep in and take control? Jay Colby addresses this in the following post. It was such an inspirational message with practical tips, and I wanted to share it with all of you. Check it out.

 

If you are like most people, you have aspirations for a better life maybe a goal or dream you like to achieve. That goal may coincide with personal growth or maybe a dream that you always wanted to pursue. Your goal may also include going back to school, becoming an entrepreneur or starting a new […]

 

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