All Blog Posts Tagged 'iron' (7)

Try These 5 Easy Tricks to Solve Split Ends & Frizz for the Perfect Spring Hair

Need to Rid Split Ends & Frizz?

You're not the only one! I often find that my poor hair and scalp have taken a beating over the winter months and that often means that means that it's also time for change. Get the lowdown below on The Beauty Closet's Top 5 Easy Tricks to Get Rid Of Split Ends…

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Added by Christina D on April 26, 2016 at 2:58pm — No Comments

InStyler Products Review, Deal and Giveaway!

I received three InStyler tools and I was excited to try them, because I saw them on TV and wondered if they actually worked for my hair type. My hair is naturally curly, but I don't have silky curls, I have coarse curls, so it's usually a battle trying to straighten my hair bone straight without using a hair relaxer. I won't say "never again", but after officially going natural in early 2013 I have…

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Added by Ronda on December 2, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments

Things I've Learned This Week

** Cramps and mammograms are just two of the many perks (*ahem*)  of being a woman.

** I'd rather be a wrinkled mess than pull out an iron.

** Kids and husbands have very selective hearing.

** Getting in bed early to read a book didn't kill me after all.

** Paying your offspring to do things you don't wanna…

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on May 10, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments

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Added by Aimee Christian on July 13, 2010 at 3:38pm — No Comments

I have a doctor's note

Dear Internet,



Please excuse Deb's less-than-prolific (and kind of sucky) posting as of late.



As this writer's physician, I also pronounce that this letter does not violate blogging commandment number 3, as there is a legitimate medical reason behind her lack of inspiring prose (and ability to wash the kitchen floor). In particular, Ms. NoReturnMom's iron level is staggeringly low. How low? Well, an adult female should expect to see an iron count around 100, in order for… Continue

Added by NoReturnMom on September 16, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

No Electricity!

Can you imagine living with no electricity. Here in New England, many of us are living without electricity, water, lights, toilets:)

I think people are doing quite well overall; many going to hotels, many staying with relatives, others staying home in the cold and visiting those that have the essentials.

We went without for one day. So blessed was I, that the Lord took care of my dilemna. I was having my first women's tea party from my church (my husband is the pastor) and my thirteen… Continue

Added by Crystal on December 20, 2008 at 12:00pm — 1 Comment

New Post Teaser | Review - Morimoto : The New Art of Japanese Cooking





"This book showcases why Chef Morimoto is at the axis of a foodie empire, in this creative and intuitive take on Japanese cuisine. When I read this cookbook, I felt like the foodie version of Being John Malkovich , as this book allows you to peer inside the thoughts… Continue

Added by Amber on April 14, 2008 at 9:34pm — No Comments

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