6:15 I was doing “Deep Thoughts Thursday”. I posed the question, If you could accomplish anything in the next 12 months, what would it be?
For me it would be to clean up my house!!!!!. Seriously, I'd park a dumpster
up to the back door and start chucking stuff in it. That would make me feel a lot less stressed. Right now I never seem to have enough time or energy to do it, knowing I'd have a year.
I took an informal poll and here are some interesting answers I got...
-work on my social anxiety
-getting fit and healthy
-get into med school
-move away and never come back
-Find a better job so I can support my family (wow)
If you had one year to accomplish one goal and had no barriers, what would it be?
6:45 This lady is awesome! “Single Ladies” was a smash hit for Beyoncé when it was released in 2008. Now actress Nina Millin has covered the song and turned it into a dark spoken-word monologue as the latest in her “Beyoncélogues” series on YouTube. Millin brings a new level of spite and humor to Beyoncé’s lyrics, which she describes as ‘Shakespearean’.
This is Single Ladies: http://tinyurl.com/m82x235
This is Irreplacable- http://youtu.be/MmARjBaHHSs?list=RDW2u8oATLVVE
7:15 When is the best time to buy a car? Experts opinions differ but either August, the end of the year, the end of the month, or end of the quarter...or in the middle of the week. Oy Vey! I don't know!!!!! Read this and see if you can make heads or tales of it.
8:15 So my friend “Charlie” asked her hairdresser to give her a trim because she wanted to let her hair grow out. Unfortunately, at the end of that hairdressing session she was left with a mullet and very upset. After two misunderstandings with her hairdresser, she decided it was time to break up with him. Here are some helpful (if not conflicting) tips on how to break up with your hairdresser. Nothing is more awkward than that!
In fact, breaking up with your hairdresser can be as dramatic—or traumatic—as breaking up with a boyfriend. “When we’re sitting in that chair, it seems more than business,”
Five Tips For Breaking Up With Your Hair Dresser
1. First, give him a chance to redeem himself. It’s good explain your frustrations with your hairdresser and let him try to remedy the issues before breaking it off with him entirely. “I think it is really important to say—delicately—what you really want to say,” says Lizzie Post, co-author of Emily Post’s Etiquette, 18th edition.
2. If you absolutely must end things, be direct about it. “Don’t lie. It shows disrespect and makes them feel worse,” says etiquette expert Patricia Napier-Fitzpatrick. “Just say, ‘I really enjoyed working with you, but I think it’s time to make a change.’” Adds Post, “Honestly really is the best policy. You shouldn’t feel ashamed.”
3. It’s also okay not to tell your hairdresser that you’re leaving them. “You’re a customer, you choose how to spend your money,” says Post. “And you’re not the first person to move on.”
4. If you do want to fess up, act thankful for their past work. Sending flowers or a thank-you note in addition to telling your stylist face to face is a welcome gesture. It’ll make them feel like their work was valued.
5. Always be nice! Because you never know when you might run into your hairdresser again. “Wherever you are, it’s a small, small world,” says Napier-Fitzpatrick. Not to mention the fact that you might well be heading back to them in the future. “People often end up going back.”