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30 Day Valentine's Beauty Makeover Challenge

By Themilkaint4free @prospermuch
Picture So it's Valentine season!  I know for a single gal whose still struggling with waiting on the right one, this holiday may leave little for you to celebrate.  Today, I want to challenge you to view this in a whole different light.  Embrace this season of your life and do an inventory check on how well you are loving and taking care of yourself.  I didn't realize as a "single gal" that often times I did not do my very best in making sure I got the proper rest and exercise that I needed to be my best.  So I want to encourage all women (single and married) to take better care of yourself.  You have to treat yourself with the love and care that you need.  Each day take time out to nourish your mind, body, and spirit.  Here's a 30 day Beauty Makeover Challenge that will help you experience even the more, the joy of living your life to the fullest no matter your filing status:)  You can adjust the plan to fit your specific needs.  Also, share your beauty plan and challenges.  I would love to touch and agree with you on your journey to wholeness!
30 Day Beauty Makevover Challenge
Week 1 Spiritual Goal:  Read and Meditate on a Psalm per day
Health Goal:  Drink at least 8 cups of water per day
Week 2 Facial Care suggestion for normal/combination skin (adjust for your skin type)
Wash twice a day AM: Warm water & Cold Apple Cider Vinegar rinse 
PM: Baking Soda Wash and Apple Cider Vinegar toner
Thursday:  Facial mask:  Honey & oatmeal or baking soda 
Week 3:  Create Your Hair Regimen and stick with it.  Here's my hair routine:
Cowash weekly with Shea Moisture conditioner
Black Tea Hair Rinse (every other week)
Twist with Shea Moisture's 
Deep Treatment twice a month
Week 4:  Just Move something:)  Start Walking; preferably outside but indoors with the windows open will work too.  Have stairs, put them to use.  Like to dance? Turn on your gospel jams and get moving.
Special Tips:
Finish all meals before 7p.m.  (Only have fruit, raw vegetables, or water after that time)
Go to bed by 10p.m.  (According to studies, your body's healing process is from 10p.m.-2a.m.)

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