Good morning sunshines
Yesterday I went over to the Aveda beauty school to have my hair trimmed by one of the students. You might be asking yourself why I would trust my blonde locks in the hands of a student, but to be quite honest my hair (hurr) and I have never really had a close relationship. I have a very passive attitude about it, and as long as the ends are not fried-looking, I’m set.
It was after seeing this picture in my candy corn tribute that I decided it was time to schedule an appointment for a trim.
The student who trimmed it did a very good job—she took off about an inch all around and called it a day.
Oh, and the BEST part about my trim? At Aveda they give scalp massages with any haircut! Do you think they would notice if I started showing up for trims on a weekly basis?
Last night, dinner was a mumbo jumbo of veggies & beans.
Sauteed onions, garlic, asparagus, kidney beans, and baby bella mushrooms.
I was planning on putting brown rice in this dish too, but when I took out the container of leftover rice from the fridge, I ended up eating it cold as the rest of my meal cooked. Whoops 8)
Finally I coaxed myself into cauldron oats! The process is a little tedious with all of the ingredients I add in so cereal & bacon usually sounds better in the mornings. A major convincing factor was the cute little mug/bowl that I ate them out of
1/3 cup Coach’s Oats, 1 tbsp chia seeds using chia seed method, 1/2 cup almond milk, 1 tbsp hemp protein powder, 1 sliced banana, stevia, cinnamon, and nutmeg. I topped my bowl with blueberries, Sunbutter, PB & Co. chocolate peanut butter, and unsweetened shredded coconut.
Now that’s what I call a Saturday bowl of oats
A bit to think about: How often do you get your hair cut?
A bit to do: Watch this crazy video that Will & I found yesterday!
(Hopefully Popcorn never learns to do this because I would probably start crying myself to sleep.)