Sunday, January 17, 2010

In my experience

Someone told me the other day that you "get bored" of your natural hair after 4 yrs so you go get a relaxer. I highly doubt that this is true lol. Naturally, I get bored easily period and this includes my hair, but that doesn't mean I want it to be relaxed. Idk maybe its just me, but I'm in love with my hair and regret that I ever wanted to be relaxed. My hair isn't hard to manage and I love my curls and kinks. If I ever get that bored I will find something else to do like cut it or something. Some may be a little irritated with my point of view, but I could really care less.

I'm trying out new styles all the time and love every minute of it. Here are a couple of pics of a style I did over the holidays. I also updated my fotki.

Although, sometimes I go through periods where don't feel like doing my hair. Like right now....I put in two strand twist last week and have been wearing a hat on top to keep my head warm. I have been doing better at moisturizing because Ive been noticing that when my scalp gets dry now my scalp gets incredibly dry and itchy.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Hey hey hey yea I'm a bit of a techie

I hope everyone had a great a great Christmas and New Year's...mine were both very interesting. I'm still getting used to my new netbook a Samsung n310
and I think I've been spending every spare moment that I have just getting used to my new OS that I'm trying out since mine only came with Windows XP. Week prior to my purchase I was already making plans to dualboot Windows XP and Jolicloud. So when I start my netbook it gives me an option of what OS I want to run. I don't know about you but I'm ready to tell Windows to kick rocks. Frankly, I'm not a huge fan and decided to give Joliclod Pre-Beta a try. It has such a cool edgy interface to it. Its an internet OS meaning it caters to online users and offers tons of free apps that are just plain clever. Me likey.

Also, as I mentioned I've been looking for a internet provider that will fit my very low costing needs that will allow me to do more than look at email. At last I think I've found a winner. From what I hear DataJack is offering a $39 unlimited wireless broadband plan with no contracts, no usage caps, not even taxes. It's using T-Mobile's coverage so its offered in many places. The only thing that is making me hesistate is that you have to purchase their modem for $99 upfront ugh. I definitely will prolly give this a shot too.

Well thats all for now. Gotta get back to work.