I’ve just come across Kandee the makeup artist on YouTube! She’s a Hollywood makeup artist, is super nice, & has amazing tutorials on everything. I recommend her 100% for this goal.
alanafragar's Life List
1. Do the Couch to 5k running plan
2. build muscle
3. decrease my body fat %
4. run a 5k
5. sew my own clothes
6. read 20 books this year
7. be more confident
8. save $10 a week
9. feel beautiful
10. Review my Goals daily
11. get married
12. wear my retainer every night
13. keep my house clean
14. take cod liver oil daily
15. join a gym
16. take better care of my skin
17. stop snacking
18. Practice Gratitude
19. wake up earlier
20. keep track of my daily calories
21. lose one inch around my hips
22. follow the 2-minute rule
23. Learn to apply makeup
24. Save $1000
25. Practice Yoga
How I did it: I didn't think I'd be able to do it right away but you've got to start somewhere, right? I watched a Youtube video about how to do it properly then gave it a go against a wall. I fell a lot but since I was against a wall it didn't matter. Eventually I got it right and now I'm just working on doing my headstand with control and elegance and edging away from the wall. Read how I did it…
How I did it: my hands were getting way too cold so I looked up a pattern online for crocheted mittens, bought yarn, borrowed a hook, and started. I've done a fair bit of crocheting before -- nothing too difficult, but a lot of practice. In my opinion, it's easier than knitting mittens. Read how I did it…
How I did it: I've been starting to run regularly for the first time since PE in school (6-7yrs ago). For a while I couldn't run for more than a few minutes without having to stop because my legs would begin to itch severely. I decided to start couch 2 5k so I could work up to running slowly -- it appears my body is adapting with me and the itchiness is subsiding! I'm 2 weeks into the program and my legs didn't itch AT ALL during this 9min mile. In sho… Read how I did it…
Really want to join Onelife Fitness but money is an issue, eek. Thinking of asking my parents for a membership as my birthday present.
Anyway, it has a lot of really great features like Les Mills classes, cardio cinema, and a women’s only weight room, juice bar, etc.
not been very good to my skin. I never really established a routine other than cleansing every few days, the occasional scrub, and putting a mediocre moisturizer on. Today I bought a new cleanser, a good moisturizer with sunscreen, a new scrub, and a retinol cream to start using once or twice a week.
my new routine (on a basic level) is to rinse my face and moisturize/sunscreen every morning, cleanse at night and put on either a moisturizer or retinol cream before bed. I’ll also scrub once a week.
I used my nice new products tonight and my skin feels clean, soft, & springy already. yay!
Now, the challenge is to stick with the routine…