Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Sseko Designs- 12 ways/ 12 days...

I'm back and as love with summer...and my Sseko's. I feel so blessed to be involved with a company that has such an amazing goal...and passion. This year the challenge is a bit different...we are celebrating the 12 women who are graduating from the program in August. YEAH! Join us...the challenge is only half way through and everyday someone wins...FREE STRAPS for a YEAR! For inspiration check out my blog posts from the year I won. :)

Day 6-Rosey-Toe-sy

Day 5-My Version of Baylee's Simple Tie

Day 4-Classic with a twist

Day 3-how to-yes or no??

Day 2-Solstice Tie- how to coming soon

Day 1-Be-Weave in Me Tie
To learn more about Sseko Designs...their passion and the lives they are changing visit their website. xoxo

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Chilled Aparagus Recipe

This is my favorite way to make asparagus, its so simple and fresh. I cannot believe I have not shared it on the blog so here goes. Its perfect for summer since its chilled or for a party since you can make it in advance. I love it and so does my 3 year old.

1 bunch asparagus
olive oil
balsamic vinegar
salt and pepper

Clean and trim asparagus, making sure to trim off all the woody end. Steam asparagus until tender, remove and toss in a couple tablespoons of olive oil, about a half tablespoon of balsamic vinegar and cracked salt and pepper. Cover and place in the refrigerator for at least an hour, most likely longer. You want it chilled.

Saturday, June 9, 2012

New Homemade Shampoo Recipe

After reading 5 best essential oils for beautiful hair and the oil cleansing method I decided to re-work my homemade shampoo recipe (conditioner recipe too). The original works great but this one works even better. Not only does my hair look better, but my scalp feels better.

1.5 tsp baking soda
6-10 drops or 1/8 tsp tea tree oil
6-10 drops or 1/8 tsp jojoba oil
6-10 drops or 1/8 tsp sage oil
6-10 drops or 1/8 tsp rosemary oil
1/4 cup water
1/4 cup liquid castile soap (I used Dr. Bronner's unscented/baby)

Mix ingredients together in an old shampoo bottle, do not shake, just swirl it around a little bit every time before you use.

For ladies with long hair, I start from the base of my neck at the roots and work my way up to get all my roots washed, then squeeze extra shampoo into the rest of you hair. I let it sit in my hair for a little bit (10-30 second) and rinse out. It felt really weird using it the first time because your hair kinda feels greasy after but trust me it all turns out fine in the end. Also I only wash my hair every other day.

The tea tree oil is great for treating dandruff and psoriasis and has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. The jojoba oil is a great cleansing oil and is helpful in treating ache. The sage oil helps balance scalp oils and helps to normalize hormone levels. The rosemary oil encourages hair growth and is helpful for treating both dandruff and psoriasis.

So you might ask...why go no poo? read all about it on The Crunchy Wife!

Rosemary, Sage, Tea Tree and Jojoba oils
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