Having dry hands is normal especially for those that use their arms for hard labor but it might be disturbing to some people. Other than using hand gloves, there are natural ways or remedies for dry and rough hands.
Here is a remedy that will kiss goodbye to dry and rough hands.
- Olive oil or coconut oil
- Lemon juice (optional)
- Warm water
- Pour a table-spoon of honey into a clean mixing cup
- Add a table-spoon of olive oil or coconut into the honey, stir till you get a consistent mixture.
- With already clean hands, apply the mixture on your hands.
- Leave for 10-15 minutes.
- Rinse with warm water and pat dry your hands.
- Then apply your favorite moisturizing cream
Repeat this procedure a few times a week to maintaining the hydrated, young, smooth and free of dryness.
This is the first blog post this month, so happy New Year everyone
It is a new year and I bet most people have resolutions to live up to this year. One of the most common New Year’s resolution is to keep fit or lose weight. Gyms and recreation centers have many subscriptions this month, which is definitely good for both the subscribers and trainers.
Here is a guide to get you started.
Do not wait for Monday or the weekend or for something to happen. Start now.
2.)Have a plan
Bring your plan with you. What are you doing at what time?
3.)Write your plan down
Make sure you have your focus right by putting your plan on most of your visible points. For example; your phone, fridge
4.)Take baby steps
Start slow and as you proceed put in more effort day after day. You do not expect to lose over 20 kilos in a day. Keep the ball rolling and do not give up.
Once you start, you have some withdrawal symptoms from the healthy foods and exercise. Keep moving forward and don’t give up.
On eating foods, does eating less really make your stomach shrink?
Yes, your stomach can shrink. The stomach muscular is rubber-like and is able to stretch as Dr. Nitin Kumar.
However, this does not mean that you should skip meals but eat the right portions. Skipping meals will lead to weight gain rather than weight loss.
I wish you well.
In many occasions, things happen against what we expected. Our attitude towards these situation may vary.
Research shows that majority of humans view the negative perspective. this perspective blocks the possibility of us seeing the positive side of the situation. And that is where the problems begin.
Turning the perspective all around is not the easiest. But with patience and focus on the positive perspective, it is possible.
The positive thought will change your perspective of life.
Follow your passion. The sky is the limit. The only limitation you have to your dreams is yourself.
There is nothing wrong with following one’s passion. Everyone needs a passion. But we live in a world constantly in flux with circumstances we often cannot control. It is when people conflate passion with purpose that they end up in a situation like my friend. We should live each day with a purpose – doing the best job possible within our human power. A person who lives with a purpose does not live in a fantasy world. They have aspirations, but they take concrete steps each day to realose tehir pasion.That is really living a life with a purpose. i would like to sign off with aquote;
“No matter where you’re from, your dreams are valid.” Lupita Nyong’o
December is here and I take this opportunity to wish you all Happy New month and Festive season. I know this month is abit hectice for most people. We all want to end the end in style. On this note, we also need to be reflective.
What did you accomplish?
What do you still need to accomplish?
If your answers are Yes. Congratulations to you.
If your answers are No. My friend its never to late. Get up and make a step to achieve your set goals for the year. There is always room for improvement and You have about 30 days to do it.
Hope the month goes well for you guys.
It is that time of the year again. I have already begun this season of thanksgiving on a different note. Though I don’t live in the US, my family and I still celebrate it.
Yesterday my work day was outdoors. It was chilly and a bit of rain now and then. That is custom weather around November and December in Nairobi, Kenya. While at work, I reflect on the Thanksgiving and took note of this beautiful flower. Springing out of the bud to the beautiful flawless petals. It must be happy. Enjoying the beautiful sunshine. Like the flower, I am grateful to God, my family, friends and to all that I have met on the ‘blogsphere’.
I pray for peace and good health for all of you.
I don’t write poems, neither have I done any. I was looking back at how my week has beenand this came up in my mind.
She opens her eyes,
All she saw was the screaming dark black
She gusped for air, the cold air
Panick mode was on,
Her heartbeat ran away from the darkness,
It was over, no where to go or hide.
Little cracks and the light comes in,
Dawn has come.
I would like to end the post with a quote:
Sometimes when you’re in a dark place you think you’ve been buried. but actually you been planted. by Christine Caine
I hope you enjoyed the poem.
Image credits: Conciliar Post