As a college student in the 90s, I spent much time watching late-night TV. As a consequence, I witnessed the golden age of infomercials – Ginsu® knives, spray-on hair, the ThighMaster™, and psychic hotlines. But my favorite was the Jack LaLanne PowerJuicer®.
Can you feel it? What that drop in temperature is doing to your skin? It seems like it just happened overnight. One day I felt fresh and moisturized and the next, my skin was tight and dry; my hands no longer looking as ‘young’ as they did just hours before.
As a dad, it’s sometimes hard to handle all of my work and family priorities. On one hand, I want to work hard and make a living for my family. To accomplish this goal, I have to spend long hours in my office pounding away at my keyboard.
The beauty industry thrives on finding the “next best thing,” but it appears that today’s latest trend—Argan oil—has quite the historical and scientific pedigree. You may have heard a buzz about this exotic oil … but what is Argan oil anyway?
As I sat in the stylist’s chair getting my 5 week cut and color, I turned to my hairdresser, Shana, and asked her point blank, “Why does my hair look so good when I leave, but when I shampoo, condition and style my hair at home, it just lacks the same great ‘just left the salon’ look?”
Let’s have a quick raise of hands if you have already wavered on one of your New Year’s resolutions. It’s just as I thought. There are a lot of you out there, myself included. All joking aside, it’s pretty typical to fall off the wagon shortly into the New Year, but the important thing is that you get right back on.
With the New Year upon us, it’s a popular conversation to bring up our New Year’s resolutions. In fact, I’m sure you will be talking about them with your girlfriends for months to come.
No one likes a gray mood, especially one that lingers. When you notice your thoughts turning negative and your productivity slipping, it’s time to make a change and chase those doldrums away.
Back in November, I resolved to make one small change in my life. Today, I want to share a little bit about how things have been going since then.
I’ve spent a small fortune donating money to gyms. I say donating because I would pay my monthly fee without ever going. It’s not that I didn’t want to work out; I did. But between traveling for work, spending time with my family, and volunteering in the community, I simply didn’t have time to go to the gym.