February 25th, 2008

socks and cat

re-thinking pink

I know I said my next hair color (to cover the blonde chunks) was going to be atomic pink. But yesterday I was in Capitol Hill and saw a total of 4 girls with ragingly pink streaks or chunks in their hair. And I saw one last Thursday with atomic pink at a networking event. It's as if every goth girl and her mother has gone with pink hair. I'm tired of emerald green. But I also don't want to look like a goth clone either. I'm not sure what color to go with now.
secretary glasses

Too good to be true?

The last time I saw my Shoreline massage therapist (I have a total of 3 massage therapists that I use) she had undergone this amazing life transformation overnight. Here are her changes...

*She quit smoking and has no craving for cigarettes
*She stopped eating junk food and started craving healthy foods
*She is now working out or doing some form of exercise ever day
*She threw out her deadbeat boyfriend out of her house as well everyone living in her home that wasn't paying rent (except her 19 year old who does chores to earn his keep)

Basically she just instantly got her whole life together. And how did she do this, by doing just one session with a hypnotherapist. I have to say, I'm damn impressed. I had a free consultation with a hypnotherapist once over a decade ago and he couldn't even hypnotize me. So I just gave up on ever believing in it. But his woman is completely transformed and healthy pretty much over night and now I'm dying to try it. Maybe the hypnotherapist could help me with my learning disabilities and help me procrastinate less and get more done. My massage therapist said the session with the hypnotherapist that changed her life was $300. I would pay that in a heartbeat if I thought it would work. But what if she turns out to be like the hypnotherapist I went to over a decade ago? What if I pay $300 and she can't even do anything for me?