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i don't get this?

people who should be retired, come back on the work force to "claim their jobs".. we're talking 65 and older.

People who should make way for the up and coming that NEED jobs.  Specifically in hospitals.  They could Volunteer, but instead, leave for a few weeks - then come back and reclaim jobs FULL TIME WITH BENEFITS.

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I've been trying that Lemon/Honey facial. I alternate with the Turmeric/Yogurt Mask. Giving it some time to see a notable difference.
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cold play..

damn! gwen paltrow is one lucky woman..



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Getting ready to watch the last show of 'What Not To Wear'. They contributed to my finding the right style for my body type. I'll miss this show, but there are always re-runs
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Originally posted by Benni Benni wrote:

Originally posted by krisviola1 krisviola1 wrote:

Originally posted by Benni Benni wrote:

Caring for natural hair is getting costly .....And time consuming


Allow me to teach you the art of being cheap Benni.  It is possible for $16 of coconut oil to last for 18 months.  Or a $12 bottle of conditioner can live to see spring, summer and fall.  I am the penny saver.  All who follow the 8 steps toward the cheap-o path will be enlightened.




My interest is piqued krisviola1 . I have the Coconut Oil, and it's holding up well. VO5 I get at the 99 cents store, and I really stock up when CVS has it on sale for 88 cents. I also used TJ's Nourish Spa, but I wet my hair more often now, and it's mostly the other stuff. Leave-ins, Aloe Vera Gel etc. I may buy some things and find my natural hair does not respond well to it. I am 'Frugal', and am prepared to be inspired by the 'Penny Saver' . What are your 8 steps???

Okay.  Time for the 8 fold path.  Just be warned, I'm totally making this up as I go.  But all of it is true, and is how I conserve.

1. Pump tops on conditioner let me use less at a time

2. Spoon in the jar of coconut oil to let me pull out only as much as I need each time.  It also keeps me from dipping my hands in there hundreds of times and growing a bacteria farm.

3. Washing less often.  I really don't need to co-wash everyday and it would be a waste to.

4. Swapping and sharing products.  My favorite products have come from my Grandma's un-used stash.  She lost her hair after chemo so she has no use for them.  Products I don't like, I give to my PJ big sister.  She loves everything related to beauty and glamor.  But she deserves it as a busy doctor with 2 little babies.

5. K.I.S.S.ing your way to healthy hair.  The simpler your regimen, the lest money it will cost.

6. Choosing cheaper alternatives or buying at discount stores for designer or salon products.  Also, not choosing designer products every time.

7.  Recycle product bottles.  Idk if this is true for everyone, but I'm super conscious about how much product I'm using if I take the time to rinse out the bottles at the end and put them in the recycling bin.

8. Washing in the sink with a cup so I don't add so much to my water bill on wash day.
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All I can think about is untwisting my hair and washing it TONIGHT!
And I'm really praying I pass this class so I don't have to take it over again
And I can't stop thinking about being serious about a move to California
And I hate thinking about what I would've done differently my last night in NY .... but it's in God's hands
I hate having a crush Embarrassed
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Originally posted by krisviola1 krisviola1 wrote:

Originally posted by Benni Benni wrote:

Originally posted by krisviola1 krisviola1 wrote:

Originally posted by Benni Benni wrote:

Caring for natural hair is getting costly .....And time consuming


Allow me to teach you the art of being cheap Benni.  It is possible for $16 of coconut oil to last for 18 months.  Or a $12 bottle of conditioner can live to see spring, summer and fall.  I am the penny saver.  All who follow the 8 steps toward the cheap-o path will be enlightened.




My interest is piqued krisviola1 . I have the Coconut Oil, and it's holding up well. VO5 I get at the 99 cents store, and I really stock up when CVS has it on sale for 88 cents. I also used TJ's Nourish Spa, but I wet my hair more often now, and it's mostly the other stuff. Leave-ins, Aloe Vera Gel etc. I may buy some things and find my natural hair does not respond well to it. I am 'Frugal', and am prepared to be inspired by the 'Penny Saver' . What are your 8 steps???


Okay.  Time for the 8 fold path.  Just be warned, I'm totally making this up as I go.  But all of it is true, and is how I conserve.

1. Pump tops on conditioner let me use less at a time

2. Spoon in the jar of coconut oil to let me pull out only as much as I need each time.  It also keeps me from dipping my hands in there hundreds of times and growing a bacteria farm.

3. Washing less often.  I really don't need to co-wash everyday and it would be a waste to.

4. Swapping and sharing products.  My favorite products have come from my Grandma's un-used stash.  She lost her hair after chemo so she has no use for them.  Products I don't like, I give to my PJ big sister.  She loves everything related to beauty and glamor.  But she deserves it as a busy doctor with 2 little babies.

5. K.I.S.S.ing your way to healthy hair.  The simpler your regimen, the lest money it will cost.

6. Choosing cheaper alternatives or buying at discount stores for designer or salon products.  Also, not choosing designer products every time.

7.  Recycle product bottles.  Idk if this is true for everyone, but I'm super conscious about how much product I'm using if I take the time to rinse out the bottles at the end and put them in the recycling bin.

8. Washing in the sink with a cup so I don't add so much to my water bill on wash day.



I agree with, and can relate to all your points . I use, reuse, find ways to stretch just about everything. I guess I am more of a penny pincher than I thought
Thanks for sharing
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Originally posted by krisviola1 krisviola1 wrote:

Originally posted by Benni Benni wrote:

Originally posted by krisviola1 krisviola1 wrote:

Originally posted by Benni Benni wrote:

Caring for natural hair is getting costly .....And time consuming


Allow me to teach you the art of being cheap Benni.  It is possible for $16 of coconut oil to last for 18 months.  Or a $12 bottle of conditioner can live to see spring, summer and fall.  I am the penny saver.  All who follow the 8 steps toward the cheap-o path will be enlightened.




My interest is piqued krisviola1 . I have the Coconut Oil, and it's holding up well. VO5 I get at the 99 cents store, and I really stock up when CVS has it on sale for 88 cents. I also used TJ's Nourish Spa, but I wet my hair more often now, and it's mostly the other stuff. Leave-ins, Aloe Vera Gel etc. I may buy some things and find my natural hair does not respond well to it. I am 'Frugal', and am prepared to be inspired by the 'Penny Saver' . What are your 8 steps???


Okay.  Time for the 8 fold path.  Just be warned, I'm totally making this up as I go.  But all of it is true, and is how I conserve.

1. Pump tops on conditioner let me use less at a time

2. Spoon in the jar of coconut oil to let me pull out only as much as I need each time.  It also keeps me from dipping my hands in there hundreds of times and growing a bacteria farm.

3. Washing less often.  I really don't need to co-wash everyday and it would be a waste to.

4. Swapping and sharing products.  My favorite products have come from my Grandma's un-used stash.  She lost her hair after chemo so she has no use for them.  Products I don't like, I give to my PJ big sister.  She loves everything related to beauty and glamor.  But she deserves it as a busy doctor with 2 little babies.

5. K.I.S.S.ing your way to healthy hair.  The simpler your regimen, the lest money it will cost.

6. Choosing cheaper alternatives or buying at discount stores for designer or salon products.  Also, not choosing designer products every time.

7.  Recycle product bottles.  Idk if this is true for everyone, but I'm super conscious about how much product I'm using if I take the time to rinse out the bottles at the end and put them in the recycling bin.

8. Washing in the sink with a cup so I don't add so much to my water bill on wash day.
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Why do I keep getting double posts
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Where is the SUNSHINE

I these gloomy, overcast days
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