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Mobile Site Preview. Dream Interpretation Bathroom. Never-ending Pulling Gum Out of My Mouth. This is probably the second time I’ve had a dream like this.

Never-ending Pulling Gum Out of My Mouth

Having gum constantly in my mouth and throughout the whole dream I am constantly pulling the gum out, but it is never-ending. The dream was basically revolved around me moving. My boyfriend and older brother were there to help me move. But the most significant (and odd) thing about the dream is that I always had a mouth full of gum, even though I was constantly pulling the stretchy substance out. In the dream I wasn’t scared about it or anything, I was going on about my day like nothing. Anyways, here is the symbolic interpretations of my sticky gum situation: To dream that you are unable to get rid of your gum suggests that you are experiencing some indecision, powerlessness or frustration.

I was also surprised to see that it could be a sign of a serious health condition! I actually agree with the first interpretation. Nina Rally Wedge Pump. Mobile - DSW Find it in Store. How to Never Look Awkward in Photos Again- get rid of your double chin in photographs — Lexia Frank Photography. 31 Clothing Tips & Tricks Every Girl Should Know (With Pictures) Homemade {Baking Soda Free} Deodorant. I loved loved loved my old homemade deodorant and used it for over 2 years until one day I noticed my underarms getting irritated.

Homemade {Baking Soda Free} Deodorant

Of course, I thought nothing of it and went on my merry way using it. That was until I started getting a bad and painful rash. Literally, my armpits started peeling, gross! Was that TMI? Sorry. So I tried a million things like: taking a break from the homemade stuff for months and then going back to it, making other recipes with shea butter, and I even tried rubbing apple cider vinegar in my pits (to balance out the alkaline of the baking soda).

Then I saw somewhere about just using essential oils! Ingredients Side note: You could probably use another kind of oil or butter in place of coconut. Directions: Mix all the ingredients together and place in a jar. To Use: Apply a small amount with hands. I have been using this for about 2 weeks now and love it! Have you had issues with homemade deodorant with baking soda in the past? New News and pH Balancing Your Old Homemade Deodorant Problems. Hello, strangers!

New News and pH Balancing Your Old Homemade Deodorant Problems

So, I have some good news and I have some bad news. Which news do you want first? The good news? Yes. That is what you want. Crunchy Betty is getting a makeover! (I’ll fill you in more about the superb details later, but for now, let’s just say the new concept for Crunchy Betty is “Go Deeper.” Now for the bad news … The bad news is, I can’t think of any bad news to tell you. Until August 1st, I’m going to try to share a few little things I’ve learned over the last few years, to kind of tidy up the “old” Crunchy Betty and make sure you have all the information you need to solve a few little problems you may be having.

Wellnessmama. 9 Reasons To Keep Coconut Oil In Your Bathroom. New to Essential Oils?

9 Reasons To Keep Coconut Oil In Your Bathroom

Sign up for a FREE 14 day e-Course and email series to walk you through the basics! Register now for FREE here! I write a lot about using coconut oil in recipes but many don’t know of the benefits of using coconut oil outside of the kitchen. We keep a jar of coconut oil in our bathroom always! Coconut oil is a wonderful skin moisturizer as well as a leave in hair treatment. Oil Pulling - Have you swished with coconut oil? Looking for more ways to use coconut oil? Easy DIY Awesome and Effective Deodorant - Cluttered Genius. How to Make Your Own Dry Shampoo. By Ruth Soukup on March 10 I’ve never been a wash-my-hair-everyday kind of girl.

How to Make Your Own Dry Shampoo

Quite frankly, between the shampoo and the conditioner and the blow-drying and flat-ironing, it is just way too much effort. But it’s not just laziness–over-washing and too much blow-drying or straightening is also really hard on your hair. Thus, unless I am doing a lot of sweating (which isn’t often), most of the time I usually only wash my hair about twice a week. In between washings, I keep any greasy roots at bay with this super easy homemade dry shampoo. I actually used to use baby powder, but over the years I have found that this combination seems to work the best, especially for my dark hair. Step 1: Place 1/4 cup of corn starch into your container. Step 2: Add 2 tablespoons of the cocoa powder and mix well.

Step 3: Next add 2 drops of your favorite essential oil. Step 4: Place lid on container and shake until all ingredients are combined.