I’ve rustled up most of the items I’ve been wearing lately. Check them out.
He’s a best-in-class parental ignorer, and it’s infuriating.
“Cheating” is for diets. And I’m not a fan of diets.
My husband and brother-in-law trained the past 14 weeks for it.
Maybe the cure is to ask yourself: “Do you need it or want it?” Who am I kidding, that didn’t work for me.
Now with kids, I’m breaking every single promise to myself.
Tag Archives: DIY
Learn how to make color transfer dyed eggs and volcano eggs — yes, that’s a real thing.
We tend to think of Valentine’s Day as a romantic holiday.
But there’s something special about that fervent four-letter word — love — that goes beyond the image of a couple.
Kids love celebrating the day of hearts, too.
And for many, that mushy feeling starts with a tissue box or a shoebox
HOMEMADE holidays, Day 2: Looped ribbon wreaths are one way to get creative.
Online beauty tutorials — step-by-step photo slideshows and video clips — are all the rage.
I scour fashions sites for new hairdos and nail designs daily. Six months ago, I learned how to fishtail braid Alejandra’s hair. Thanks YouTube. I also learned how to transfer newspaper print onto my nails via Pinterest. Awesome.
Omaha fashion blogger Sarah Lorsung Tvrdik and her hairstylist, Rebecca Forsyth are gaining web notoriety for such hair and beauty tutorials.
I first met Forsyth when I attended a blow-dry boot camp at Bungalow 8. She taught me the basics: How to hold the brush and the dryer. Which hairsprays and products work with my waves.
The salon regularly posts links to hair tutorials (most recently, for sleek, 1940s-inspired waves) on its Facebook page. The salon workshops are just as gnarly because they inspire women to venture outside of their normal hair. For me, that’s tying back my unruly locks with an elastic band or bobby-pinning my bangs to the side.
Um. (Elvis lip snarl). That’s exactly how I’m wearing my hair today.
Maybe it’s time to go revisit Forsyth’s tips.
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