Hi! I'm Jana. And I feel like I am just starting to figure this "life" thing out. As a mother of a one year old girl my world has changed. I still love finding great deals, enjoying wonderful restuarants, and catching a fun happy hour with friends…but I'd skip it all for a smooch & snugglefest with my little lady!
I love an intense film, crave music, and recently (and finally) got back to running. Here's hoping these Mommy lbs melt away.
I work and play a little too much. I'm flawed and BLESSED. No doubt about it.
But yes, in my life before becoming a Mom, I have travelled and lived in many places. I am a southern girl by birth and in my heart. Originally from Alabama I have lived in VA, NC, GA, MO, KS, IN, TN, SC, and FL. I married a Michigan man... GO BLUE! I went to UNC...GO HEELS! And grew up all Bama... ROLL TIDE! I'm SEC football, ACC basketball... and always prefer College sports to Pro Sports. And I know enough about them all to be dangerous.
I am plugged into pop culture like a champ! Whether its celebrity gossip, hot trends in fashion and make up, or current events...I'm your girl. Oh, and I'm a total wine-o! I love a great wine list.
Regret a hair cut? Want to add a few inches to your current hair cut? While you can't hurry time along...you can do a few things to help your hair grow out stronger & better. That means less breaks, more healthy length.
1. Nourish! Try not to shampoo every day. And when you do, only shampoo around your scalp. You want your ends to stay as healthy as they can and too much shampoo can dry them out.
You will also want to look into a good protein mask and use it once a week. Just hit up Ulta, Sephora, your local pharmacy. There are lots of great masks to choose from.
2. Don't cut...just trim. While many opt to not get hair cuts at all while growing out their hair, this mentality usually comes back to shoot you in the foot. By trimming split ends and keeping them healthy they grow stronger, don't split, and stay... hence, adding length faster.
3. Wrap it up. If at all possible, try not to sleep on your hair. If you can get it ina pony tail or bun on top of your head, defintley do this. By sleeping on your hair you are damaging it. And you know the theme... the more you damage, the less it grows.
...and if you really want to do everything you can do to grow out your hair... I have heard that scalp massage helps stimulate growth. My jury is still out on this one, but its worth a try and I bet it feels good too.