I’m happy that in the last few years mental health seems to be much less taboo, people are much more comfortable discussing it socially and privately. I’ve never been shy about my own personal struggles with mental health (depression, anxiety, and PTSD) but something I’ve always had a problem with is self-care.
My curly hair & I have had a love/hate relationship for 28 years and it finally stood up to me about all the abuse it’s endured over the years. I’m half-black and half-white, so my curls don’t follow a set guideline for care. Follow along as I figure out how to tame this biracial mop on top of my head!
Having the right products, tools and accessories can make a HUGE difference when you’re starting off your curly hair journey.
Though there are a lot of curly gadgets you can buy, and they’ll all seem like a valid purchase, but the truth is you probably need way less than you think to grow your hair healthy. I’m all about ballin’ on a budget, so if you want to show off what your curls can do, it’s important to have the right tools without blowing up your wallet.
Almost every travel blogger will tell you that you can pack as many bags as you want but at the end of the day, what you bring is less important than having an amazing trip and making a billion memories. Focus more on creating an experience filled with adventure, love, and making new friends, not luggage.