Category: Self-improvement

Are redheads more emotionally sensitive?

Are redheads more emotionally sensitive?
We already know that redheads are more sensitive to hot and cold, and need more anesthesia, and have a higher pain tolerance. But could redheads also be more emotionally sensitive? At some point, I realized that I noticed a lot of autistic people happen to be redheads. And as we know, people with autism tend... Read more »

Early 20s Nostalgia

Early 20s Nostalgia
I’ve been feeling nostalgic about 2009-2011ish lately. Everything felt new & fresh. It was the dawn of the social media age, and I had Twitter before pretty much anyone else did (#humblebrag). Through social media, I was building a personal brand, getting to talk to editors of big magazines who otherwise would’ve never given me... Read more »

Stitch Fix Review - November 2017

Stitch Fix Review - November 2017
Since I had some credits to get a new Stitch Fix and I’ve been scrambling to find a dress for my brother’s upcoming wedding in 2 weeks,  I figured I’d try getting another one. For those of you who don’t know, Stitch Fix is like Netflix for clothes (pre-streaming). You fill out a style profile, including your... Read more »
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Invisible Eyelashes & Eyebrow Insecurities

Invisible Eyelashes & Eyebrow Insecurities
I’ve been thinking a lot about makeup recently. I used to be the biggest minimalist there ever was, in the most progressive way: “This is how God made me. Why would I try to change that!?” It somehow was similar to when I was 12, the age my mom finally allowed me to get my... Read more »

Stitch Fix Review (August 2016)

Stitch Fix Review (August 2016)
When it comes to Stitch Fix, I just can’t seem to help myself. At this point, I need to stop as I no longer work in an office with a dress code (people wear shorts! And T-shirts! And sometimes, even bike shorts!), and I realized I have more than enough clothes. Yet never quite seem... Read more »

On Being Different, Part 2

On Being Different, Part 2
I’m lucky to have been born a redhead with an unmanageable mop of curls. Because of the red hair, I’m used to standing out, being different. Because of the frizz, I’m used to life not being polished. Have to be resourceful and work for what I want in life (defined curls). Over the past few... Read more »
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Stitch Fix Review for Redheads (Spring Edition)

Stitch Fix Review for Redheads (Spring Edition)
Well, I tried to go cold turkey, but I can’t fight my need for a fix. I promised myself when I started doing Stitch Fix, that I would limit it to once a season, so four times a year. As it went on, I promised I myself I would only purchase pieces I was sent... Read more »

Should redheads go dairy-free?

Should redheads go dairy-free?
Let me be the first one to tell you that I HATE fad diets. I hated Atkins, I hate Paleo, I hate vegan diets (when they’re for non-ethical reasons), I hate the grapefruit diet, the juice cleanse. I hate it all. My mom likes to call me and tell me about some new diet she’s... Read more »

Beyonce Super Bowl Controversy

Beyonce Super Bowl Controversy
Do you ever stick your foot in your mouth? I did, on Super Bowl Sunday. You know how most girls respond to compliments by degrading themselves? Like when someone says they look great, and they respond that they don’t, but if only they had a thigh gap, then the compliment would actually be valid. Yeah,... Read more »
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2016 New Year's Resolutions for Redheads

2016 New Year's Resolutions for Redheads
1. Wear sunscreen. Everyday. One of the best things you can do for your health and to prevent wrinkles is wear sunscreen. Look for products with SPF 15; that’s all you need. An easy way to incorporate sunscreen into your daily routine is by using moisturizer that is already combined with SPF. 2. And while... Read more »
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