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Lavinia's Window by
Michelle Weisen
A timeless Victorian novel.  Fun and enjoyable to read!
Lavinia's Window


Get what you want
Be Active
Cook up a storm
Pro Active
A MONSTER in your closet?
Try something new
Start a business
Table Manners
Save the world
Vision Quest
Speak up!
Raise your self-esteem
Hair care, nail care, skin care and don't forget the soles of your feet!
Hair care, nail care, skin care and don't forget the soles of your feet!
"I never go out unless I look like Joan Crawford the movie star. If you want to see the girl next door, go next door."-Joan Crawford
Joan was a little extreme, but doesn't everyone wish they looked better than they do?  The fact of the matter is that everyone can improve their looks.  Yes, everyone. The key here is just to improve your looks.  Don't try to look like the Olsen Twins! Try to look like you-but improved.  Looking good is not just a state of mind, like feeling good, but a positive outlook will increase your attractiveness.  To look good you need discipline.  (Yikes the D word.)  You need to discipline yourself to take the time to do things like take care of your hair, nails, and skin.  But where do you begin?  

Let's take it from the top.  That is where you find hair.  On the top of your head.  From a distance your hair style can identify you to your friends.  They can look down the hall and see you coming from a mile away.  Here are some things that can help you improve your  hair care:

1. Wash your hair.  
2. Get your hair cut regularly. 
3. Find a style that suits the shape of your face. 
4. Learn about your hair type and how to take care of it.
5. Find your favorite brands of hair care and stick with them.
6. Try to find a stylist who can suggest things for your hair needs. 

Next is nails and hand care.  Chances are you are a student who takes notes.  The thing that suffers the most from school is your hands.  You can get calluses on your fingers from writing.  Your hands, get very dry from the cold air or air conditioning.  You either bite your nails, or they break just when they are starting to grow.  How are you supposed to take care of your hands, nails, skin, hair, and feet without going crazy?  Let go of the outcome.
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