The Hardest Thing About Menopause

The Hardest Thing About Menopause

The hardest thing about menopause is that I don’t recognize myself. I think that’s also a part of the aftermath of breast cancer, too.

Life-changing events can change everything from how you feel and think to what matters to you.

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I Booked My First Live Video Hair Color Consultant Appointment—here’s my tips to getting the most from virtual consults

I Booked My First Live Video Hair Color Consultant Appointment—here’s my tips to getting the most from virtual consults

Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the global market for Hair Color estimated at $23.2 Billion (US) in the year 2020. It’s expected to reach $36.1 Billion (US) by 2027.

I started coloring my hair at home about nine months before covid took over, primarily because it was easier and more affordable. But things have changed since then (grays!) and I need a little help. So, I scheduled a live video consultation with Clairol. Here’s how it went and here’s some of my tips to help you make the most of a virtual hair color consultation.

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Can Chinese Medicine Treat and Prevent Covid19?

Can Chinese Medicine Treat and Prevent Covid19?

Reports indicate that Chinese medicine and herbs helped China fight, prevent and treat Covid19. As a result, some say there has been a demand for Chinese herbs across the United States leading to herb shortages. An herb shortage? Didn’t see that coming.

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Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Conviction Canceled

While most Americans can’t get their debt forgiven everyone’s favorite Pudding Pop salesman and accused sexual predator, Bill Cosby, got his sexual assault conviction canceled.

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