5 Ways Going Natural Can Change Your LIFE!

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Going natural doesn’t just change how you view, style, and care for your hair. Going natural can change your life in a number of ways that you won’t even expect but you will be thrilled when it happens! Here are 5 ways that your life can change once you go natural that have nothing to do with your hair!

1. You will demand more from your beauty products- You will want to see the ingredients, what country they originated from, and the first and last name of the person who made them– mm kay!

2. You might have the desire to work on your health- Now that your hair is junk free, you may suddenly have the desire to get your health and diet in order. I mean, why not?

3. You just may decide to change up your clothing style- That’s right! Your hair will look so damn good that you might want to grab a few new dresses, and a pair of hip hugging pants.

4. You will probably become a scientist- Your journey will almost force you to learn so much about how hair works, oils, and butters that you will sound like a well read scientist to your friends and probably to yourself.

5. You may become slightly annoying- Which I mean in the most well meaning way possible since I suffer from this sometimes. Going natural is such an eye opening experience that you will feel like you have to tell everyone about it, why they are crazy for not going natural, and how olive oil can change their life!

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8 comments

    • Absolutely. I never felt like the prettiest woman in any situation until I went natural. Mainly because I owned my beauty and stop trying to fit into impossible standards. Completely freeing! I am so glad to hear you have had the same experience.

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  1. First of all I want to say fantastic blog! I had a quick question that I’d like to ask if
    you do not mind. I was interested to find out how you center yourself and clear your mind prior to writing.
    I’ve had a difficult time clearing my mind in getting my ideas out.
    I do enjoy writing but it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes tend to be wasted just trying to figure out how to begin. Any suggestions or hints?
    Cheers!

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    • Well, thank you for stopping by and I am glad you are enjoying it! For blog writing, I think of my topic way ahead of time so that when I sit down to write, I know the topic I want to cover. I also wait until a topic comes to me. Everything I write on here is something I care about and is genuine. As writers, we are hardwired to be procrastinators. Some of the best writers sit for hours at their writing area and barely bang out 500 words. One of my favorite authors said in an interview when asked about his writing process that he sits down at his desk to start to write and then he starts to wonder if his hair looks better parted on the left or on the right. Nature of being a writer! One thing that really helps is figuring out the ideal time for you to write. For me, I can not clear my mind at 2 pm and get anything done. I can write at night freely. If I try to write in the afternoon, I will procrastinate for about an hour or so and end up wasting more time watching Housewives of such and such than writing. Hope that helps!

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  2. Everything you said is SOOOOO TRUE! OMG when I did my big chop over a year ago, I immersed myself in everything natural and organic for my hair and skin! Going natural has totally changed my life, and my families life because I no longer let them use harmful things on their hair or skin and they are learning right along with me. 🙂

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  3. “Going Natural” was the gift I gave myself for my 50th birthday last year! I have now become as diligent with what I put on my hair as I have been with what I put in my body. It has trickled down to everyone in my family loving and taking care of their hair. 🙂

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