Thinking of New Ideas for My New Site: Let Your Hair Breathe: Health and Beauty…

When I think about my hair, it makes me happy. My hair is an extension of who I am. The longer the better, it brings out the beauty inside of me. My eyes sparkle, my smile ties it all together. I do my very best to take care of my hair. I don’t put a lot of chemicals in my hair because I have good hair. I may perm it every once in a blue moon just to manage it, but other than that I just let it grow. I like wearing it casually curly, I just shake it out and go, no muss no fuss.

Right now, I am wearing it straight with my natural waves. It is time for me to wash it again and recondition it. Deep conditioning really helps my hair; I can’t speak for everyone though. It makes my hair soft; it always smells so good. I love running my fingers in my hair. I brush it every night to keep it from matting because that’s how it just is. If I don’t, I will have trouble the next day.

Until next time keep being beautiful. Have a great hair day.

Having a great hair day🌹👍🏾



1. Always love Yourself

2. Stay Positive

3. Avoid Negativity

4. Keep Being Your Unique Self

Self -care is very important. We must take care of ourselves because it is only one of us. We have to do what we must do to stay healthy and strong. Those first four tips are what I try my best to do. Everyday is different, but we have to stay on top of our health and wellbeing as we get older. I want to be able to age gracefully with or without wrinkles. So, while we are young, and young at heart we have to take care of ourselves if we want to enjoy our grandchildren and our children. We have to take time out for ourselves to take care of our mental stability, spiritual stability, physical stability, and our emotional stability.

We go through so many different things in life that sometimes weigh us down, when that happens, we have to meditate and clear our minds so we can be our best selves. Until next time, see ya later.

Verse: Luke 23:34 and Devotion

And Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” And they cast lots to divide his garments.


Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do. And they parted his raiment, and cast lots
Luke 23:34 KJV

Not only did Jesus purchase salvation for his people on the cross — he also gave us a perfect example of how to suffer graciously, to the glory of God. In the seven statements by Christ on the cross that are recorded for us in Scripture, we are given seven molds that should shape our responses to grief, tragedy, pain, and injustice.

The first words that we hear from our Savior’s mouth — as he suffers at the hands of ignorant, cruel, and deceitful men — are words of kindness and mercy. And so the first lesson we learn from our suffering Lord is this: forgive and pray for those who have wronged you.

This, of course, is never our first inclination. We wish to strike back, speak out, or count up all the wrongs that we have suffered. Yet here is the only truly innocent person that has ever lived and, while he is dying at the unjust and cruel hands of his enemies, he is speaking words of genuine pity and pardon.

It is evident that the New Testament Christians took this example to heart, for they emulate him time and again. As Stephen is being stoned to death for preaching the gospel, his prayer is “Lord, lay not this sin to their charge” (Acts 7:60). As Paul faced the wicked Roman ruler Nero even some of his closest companions forsook him; yet, his response was “I pray God that it may not be laid to their charge” (2 Timothy 4:16).

Has someone harmed you? Have you been the victim of unfair treatment? How have you responded? Have you forgiven them? Have you prayed for them? If Jesus could forgive on the cross, certainly we can forgive because of the cross.

Prayer: Romans 8:26-27

Dear Heavenly Father, thank You for sending Your Holy Spirit to help us with our prayers. Help me to humble myself before You when I pray for others, and allow Your Spirit’s words of encouragement and strength to flow through me as I speak forth my requests about those You’ve given me to pray for. In Jesus’ name, I pray. Amen.

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