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  • Reply to: Gray Matters: Why and how to stop coloring your hair
    I am a salon owner who decided to stop doing chemical services at the salon in January of this year. Personally, I made the decision to grow my natural color about 6 months ago. I am 44 and I naturally have medium to dark brown/auburn hair. The gray is mostly in the temples and around the part line. I do get tempted to color every now and then, but the feeling usually goes away after a while. This whole process so far has given me more confidence in myself as well as self acceptance. I started out doing it because I did not want to deal with the harmful chemicals anymore, but it really opened my eyes to a whole new view of the world. My boyfriend's mom has strikingly beautiful silver hair and continually gets compliments by men and women of all ages. I think beauty really is an attitude. It really does come from inside. I respect women's choices and the decision to color or not is a very personal one. Maybe someday in the future I will color again, but for now I am embracing nature. Peace and Blessings, Gina
  • Reply to: Where do you recommend going?

    Can anyone help us with this travel by bus/coach. My mother can't really go through high altitude. We need for her to travel in comfort and to reach Chicago not feeling very tired. We are going to sleep for 3 nights and travel for 4 days.

    Does anyone have recommendation for the route? We look into the I-40 or I-80 and somewhere in between...

  • Reply to: Use a Home Equity Loan Wisely
    And these Hellocs are the main cause of the sub prime market of today? Or am I wrong here?
  • Reply to: Use a Home Equity Loan Wisely
    I believe what has happened in the housing crisis will make HELOCs even less attractive; whilst in the past they were a sure way to unlock equity, now with falling home values there's a risk of ending up with negative equity.
  • Reply to: And You Are HOW Old?
    And you how are old? If you can do what a 21-year-old youth full of vigor can do, then you are 21. Number of years you have lived on earth is "irrelevant" sometimes