hey dey big hair 🤩
I mean if this hair ain’t motivation to blow and grow...i d k what! Lol 😆 I’m so motivated to try some new hair accessories and styles this summer. Anything in particular y’all want me to do? #motivationmonday
Look at this his point I’m just outa words when it come to this bae right here @beatsbydeb sis did the dam thing using lashes from our Issa Rainbow Sis lash bundle.
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There's a popular saying that been says "a place for everything, and everything in it's place."
Simple, elegant & easy, right? Not always.
Some of your clutter isn't really clutter, it's "stuff" without a home: mail you have yet to open, books you haven't put on your bookshelf (because your bookshelf is overflowing), or the beach chairs lying in a pile in the corner of your garage.
This is the type of clutter that is going to take some extra steps and time to deal with; before you can put them away, you need to create a storage space for them. A few tips: * It’s always easiest and most logical to store things a close to the place where you use them. * If that’s not possible, store them as neatly and logically as possible. Labeled, clear plastic containers work for most items in your home, from toys to kitchen supplies to books to tech equipment not currently in use.