It’s the way that we rock when we doin our ting…
Little known fact about me is I’m a writer and have been my entire life. My first published poem was in elementary school. I grew in love with poetry through my adolescence and fully flourished in my early adulthood. Lately I’ve been feeling the paper and pen call me from a webbed corner of my soul. I’m a poet. That is my reality and I miss being a yogi with my words, stretching and pushing past my fears and expectations. Tonight I find myself with the cruelest bout of writers block, it’s been years since I’ve written a poetic thing. A tornado of fear and inadequacy take over. I search frantically for YouTube videos of the Poetry slams I’ve attended, and it is true, you must look back to move forward, Sankofa. As I relived the moments I had first heard certain poems, I felt a Phoenix arise within and the words now flow like fabric. Ase.
My inspiration on this night and past:
There’s many I wanted to post that I couldn’t find but I know they’ll come at the right time. This will be an open, ongoing post. New inspo always welcome!
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So I was cleaning out the bathroom cabinets and I discovered an untouched bottle of organic flaxseed oil capsules I’d neglected to the back.
I couldn’t find a date of expiration but I couldn’t bring myself to take them orally, remembering the smell of a flax-scented belch and taste thereafter was completely discouraging. I decided my skin, being my largest organ could absorb it instead. I massaged it into my scalp and other dry areas due to the harshness of the weather and hard water influence.
I’d pierced six capsules that I massaged into my warm water-rinsed hair; it acted as a mask for 5-6mins then I lightly washed with Shea Moisture shampoo and ran a wide tooth comb thru in the shower and Voila! gorgeous coils primped for a cool day💁🏾
Great for any hair type! Doesn’t leave a residue in the tub (surprisingly) and leaves hair with no noticeable lasting smell (as olive oil does)! Found a list of some great health benefits of Flax Seed Oil including treatment for hair loss and reducing damage and breakage:
Also here’s a simple DIY gel many seem to like on Pinterest.
Found this while browsing our nations petitions: