It’s really hard to know when you are no longer procrastinating. I look around and see a million things to do. I know if I didn’t watch as much tv I get more done. Or getting the dishes in the dishwasher instead of letting them pile up in the sink would be nice. So now I just need to decide the one thing that would make the biggest dent around here and keep up on it for 21 days. That’s how long it takes for something to become a habit. I want to say housework in general, but that really seems too broad. Maybe I’ll start with a load of laundry everday.
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I really want a cat, probably two to keep each other company. But it is going to get expensive… Our apartment charges a non-refundable pet deposit of $150 per pet. So the cost of these two cats will be $300 plus either the adoption fees or the spay and neuter costs of about $70 each. And then the initial vet visits as well as food, litter, toys ect. So our initial cost will be over $500 for two cats. That’s rough.
The first week hasn’t been as bad as the times I’ve tried in the past. I love the lemon juice as conditioner. There have been a few days where my hair was gross enough that I had to wash it two days in a row. I have to use baking soda as a paste and really make sure I use a lot (maybe 4 tablespoons). It will dry out the ends of my hair, so I try and keep it on the crown. I don’t have to use very much lemon juice (maybe a tablespoon to a cup of water) and just run it through the ends of my hair. I rinse out my hair after that and it is awesome. It is great that first day after washing, but still gets oily day two. Seems to be getting better, though.