I GETS DOWN IN THE KITCHEN! No, seriously – I do. I come from a family of cooks and was always in the kitchen with Mom helping her whip up family dinners, Thanksgiving dinners, etc. Okay, honestly, she delegated tasks to my sisters and me since she was preparing lots of food for such a big family. (I LOVE my Bailey Crew!) Helping hands were a must when it came to feeding our big family. Cooking comes natural to me and it is something that I thoroughly enjoy and love. Check out my recipe for quick, easy and scrumptious stuffed peppers that are extremely tasty, as well as healthy and easy on the waistline. Ladies, we have to keep that figure in check! 🙂
We all want long healthy hair, right? Well, before you consider length and reaching your goal of shoulder length, bra strap length or even waist length hair (yes…there are girls who’ve grown their hair down to their waists), you should first focus on the overall health of your hair. My personal thoughts – it doesn’t matter how long your hair is; if it’s dry, brittle, thin and damaged it’s not healthy and it’s not cute! (Just sayin’!!) If you first focus on the health of your hair, the length and growth will come. Here are several vital hair care tips that I learned and use faithfully to maintain my healthy hair. I am not a licensed hair expert whatsoever; however, I am an expert at maintaining the health of and styling MY HAIR. What has worked, and is currently working for me may not necessarily work for you. I encourage all ladies and (and fellas…can’t forget about you :-)) to learn what works for your hair.