Folks… we did it! We’ve officially filled our first box to send back to Green Circle for recycling!!! I have no idea how much it actually weighs but I had a hard time lugging it through the salon building to my suite for its scheduled pickup today. Everything in that box would have ended upContinue reading “We did it!”
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We’re Green Circle Salon certified!
I’m so excited to be a part of Green Circle Salons. Being on my own has given me a wonderful opportunity to be incredibly mindful of how my actions and products impact not only the guests in my chair but also the planet we live on. What exactly does it mean when I tell youContinue reading “We’re Green Circle Salon certified!”
Ok, I’ll call your bluff
On Friday, August 13, 2021, I posted a photo to Instagram of my hair; proud of how long I’ve managed to get it since shaving it for St. Baldricks in January of 2017. I mused about how long would be long enough and whether or not I’d shave it for charity again. Cue the randomContinue reading “Ok, I’ll call your bluff”
Domestic violence information and resources
Domestic violence is terrifyingly common, and yet hardly talked about. The lack of awareness makes it difficult for people to recognize whether their loved ones might be affected, and even more difficult for people in toxic situations to leave. While most people tend to form an image in their mind of a battered and bruisedContinue reading “Domestic violence information and resources”
It’s Lunar New Year!
Lunar New Year follows a lunisolar calendar. A lunar year lasts approximately 354 days, as opposed to a solar year which is the 365 days most of us are used to seeing. Lunar New Year as a holiday celebrates the first new moon in the lunar calendar. While it isn’t as commonly celebrated in westernContinue reading “It’s Lunar New Year!”
Kwanzaa: December 26 – January 1
Kwanzaa is a celebration of life that runs from December 26 to January 1. It’s important to note that it is NOT “African Christmas”. Dr. Maulana Karenga is responsible for bringing this festival to life in 1966 as an act of cultural recovery and reconstruction. Kwanzaa is not a religious holiday, but a cultural oneContinue reading “Kwanzaa: December 26 – January 1”