I'm hoping that being back in Ithaca and in working mode will bring the running routine back in my life. Seeing as how my next half marathon is next weekend, the little break from running will end, forcibly. On the other hand, I've been stretching out my legs as much as possible and they've been feeling less tight.
|If I stretch a lot more, maybe I'll finally be able to do the splits.|
|I know, Nigel. I'm working on it.|
I've always heard that shampooing everyday is bad, it strips hair of natural oil, blah blah. That's actually all I'd hear of the no shampoo everyday argument. I'd always just sort of tune it out. It just seemed weird to take a shower without shampooing my hair. It would feel like running without running shoes (bad analogy since it's totally acceptable, maybe even encouraged, to run barefoot nowadays).
Recently, I've been noticing more split ends and unhealthy hair things going on.
|Look at that bushiness. I bet he might have some split ends. . . if lions get split ends.|
So for now (please don't judge), I've decided to try shampooing and conditioning every other day. I should start slowly, right? Last night, I just rinsed my hair while showering. It felt weird, but the hair does not seem too bad today. At least not that I can tell.
Now please be honest. Do you shampoo and condition everyday? Were the beauty blogs on the internet lying to me about the acceptableness of not shampooing everyday? How do you keep your hair healthy along with your body?