I’ve finally finished the book for our office book club so subway shorts are back baby!
Have you seen that commercial showing a lady starting her day eating a donut vs having special k? She goes on to make smart/healthy decisions for the rest of the day. I’ve seen the same phenomenon occur with natural hair. You decide you want to go natural for one reason or another. As you do some research you find that many people recommend discontinuing the use of products with paragons, sulfates, petroleum, etc. You find out what these chemicals do and why they’re harmful for your hair. You start buying more things that are organic and unrefined. You may even decide that it makes sense to make your own products. Then you may think: if I’m so careful about what I put on my hair/body then why not put that much care into what goes in my body? Now you gravitate towards organic and unrefined foods. You may start to phase out processed food. To obtain maximum nutrition you may begin shopping local - making weekly trips to the farmers market. There’s less ordering in and more cooking at home.
I’m very interested in what changes women who have gone natural have made in other aspects of their lives. Is this specific to naturals? Are all changes good?