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Watering the Garden

Healthy Lifestyle Habits

Living healthy should NOT be a chore!

Living healthy is an accomplishment for those who wish to live long and happy. Having healthy habits extends to future generations and causes a gazebo effect that will essentially help the environment and everybody living to enjoy it.

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Hair Care

- Eat Healthy (daily)                                             - Take Vitamin Supplements/Multivitamins (daily)

- Moisturize (daily)                                               - No Heat/ Heat Reduction 

- Deep Conditioning (twice mthly)                    - Protein Treatment (quarterly or semi-annual)

- Trim (semi annual)                                            - Protective Styling (every 30 to 180 days)



​- Overuse ANY vitamin or vitamin supplements. Doing so will not increase positive results and can, in fact, cause adverse reactions, or worse.

- Eat a lot of greasy and fatty fried foods. Foods that are not high in essential nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants can be harmful to your overall health, which can be contradictory to healthy hair growth.

- Flat iron your hair daily. This is like hair suicide. Try using a heat protectant moisturizer prior to use and only apply heat when absolutely necessary. 

- Wash your hair daily. This dries the hair out and may cause the hair to over-produce natural oils.

- Confuse a Deep Conditioning with a Protein Treatment. Both are essential parts of a healthy hair care regimen, but hair can become stringy or straw-like if overloaded with protein.

- Apply hair grease. This weighs the hair down and clogs the pores.

- Trim your hair every 4-6 weeks. Hair is expected to grow at least a half inch every month. If you are trimming your hair too frequently, growth progress will be extremely limited.

- Wear styles that promote the use of hair glue. Depending on its application, this can cause damage to the hair and scalp.

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Diet & Exercise


By definition, dieting is food or drink that is regularly provided or consumed. It can also be defined as habitual nourishment.

This does not have to be a chore for anybody interested in leading a healthier lifestyle. The way that one chooses to eat does not have to be ostracized. Because our body makeup is different, one individual may have to minimize certain food intake, while another may have to increase certain food intake. There is no one plan for any two people. Therefore, it is even less healthy for any individual to call themselves "dieting" without understanding their own food triggers (pros and cons). Rather, it is beneficial to learn about the foods that we enjoy and how we can include them into our diet on a regular basis, either as a "cheat" (with modesty) or with 1-3 ingredient substitutions.


By definition, exercise is physical activity that is done in order to become stronger and healthier.

For many, this can be a rather daunting task, for many different reasons. It can be time restraints; It can be lack of energy. This just seems to be one of those things that, if you think about it for too long, will be a back-burner goal. Exercise, just like dieting, is an individualized regime. Depending on an individual's genetic makeup, family history, and health issues (if any) one may need to exercise five(5) days a week, while another may only need to exercise three(3) days a week.

Everything is not for everybody!

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