The holiday season is upon us and I've put together 3 different stocking-stuffer sets of dryer sachets in adorable winter/holiday themed flannels, as well as a bulk listing where you can purchase all 3 sets at a discount! They come pre-packaged with instructions and ready to gift and are $1 cheaper than my regular sets (the listing where you get all 3 sets is another $2 off)!
Snowflakes and penguins and general wintery sweetness!
All wrapped up and ready to go into a stocking! Take advantage of this limited time awesomeness! And don't forget to "like" the shop on Facebook for access to giveaways, discounts, and stuff of that nature.
The girl who cuts my hair saw this coming the second I sat down in her chair with the side of my head shaved and said, "So... I did this last week. What should we do with the rest of it to make it work? Heh." That was over 6 months ago, yet she knew that the time was coming for me to request that all of my hair be chopped short again. I wasn't so quick on the uptake, however.
It was only a couple of weeks ago when I realized that after spending almost 3 years in the pursuit of long hair that having long hair was really anti-climactic, personally. Sure, I went through a period of putting it up in messy buns or a top-knot and having my bangs thick and full, which was really quite pretty and fun! Unfortunately, I threw those options out the window the second I impulsively shaved the side. I made it six months, though, and for that I feel that I've confirmed that I do, indeed, have patience! Honestly, that's part of what growing my hair out was about anyway - to prove that I could.
And now... it is VERY short and I'm loving it. I can see my face again! When I get dolled up in full make-up, I feel more femme than I did most of the time that my hair was past my shoulders. I wasn't expecting that. I also feel like I've symbolically shed some emotional weight. I'm not sure there were specific issues I let go of, but I just feel a bit less... mired. I feel ready to really hunker down and settle in this Winter.
Expected traditions BE DAMNED, we're doing our own thing and loving it. No reason to over-analyze it.