I recently came across an on-line article about gaming people upset with something Jimmy Kimmel said on a YouTube post. He was making fun of people who watch gamers play video games. Yes you read that right.
I am continually surprised by what is considered entertainment in our modern world. Yes, I am out of touch with reality. Playing video games in general confuses me. From my vast experience in this area :), I have observed that it is mostly a male pursuit. Mostly. I get bored after playing a video game once. So there you go. What would be a better pursuit of my time, oh, I don’t know, maybe watching paint dry.
Here is the story I mentioned above.
I recently came across this amazing female model who is 60 years old. She started modeling when she was 50, before that she was a make-up artist for 25 years. She decided to put her two passions together to create a makeup line for older women. She says it is pro-age instead of anti-aging. I like that. Less is more when you get older is her philosophy when it comes to makeup.
I order her trio for my face. If you want to check it out click on the photos below.
…you will be addicted. Only three levels, but it took me a long time to get through all three.
I am trying to decide if I should buy hair extensions. I recently cut my longish hair and I miss it. My biggest concern is “will I use the extensions enough to justify the expense”? How much do they cost? I have found real hair extension for as low as $129 and as high as $269.
I of course want the $269 extensions. They are from a website called Laced hair extensions. They are made from 100% Remy hair (whatever that is). The extensions not only lengthen hair but they also add volume, which I definitely would like.
I am thinking of ordering the dark chocolate color, what do you think?
Here is another website with the 100% Remy Hair extensions called Zala:
So, that is that!
Sometimes I just pause in my daily life and wonder ‘what comes next’? Even at work I sometimes ponder. Should I do this or should I do that. I know what needs to be done. I even know how to prioritize tasks and chores. But, in pops the question ‘what do I want to do next’?. There’s the rub. It is the age old question want vs need. So many decisions in life are broken down into that very question.
I believe in my life the choice has shifted as I have gotten older. I suppose that is to be expected. Early on it was need, now it seems to be want.
Or is this more appropriate.