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I got a pair of Merrell Mighty Gloves. Perfect for cooler weather, and I can wear them to work! They let me wear VFFs, too, but I feel better with real shoes then. Plus I get cold feet in my VFF Classics when I wear them on the cold stone tiles at supermarkets (where I work).
Having read about bullet proof coffee, I went to buy some coffee beans today from a local coffee roaster, and ended up buying a state of the art coffee grinder, and placing a provisional order for an espresso machine!
The bullet proof coffee was delish, all mixed up in my vitamix, which is another thing that everybody should be born with!!
You don't need any of that. If you shower regularly (can't be that primal really, but necessary to fit in...) afterwards you can shave with hot water from the hot tap, alone. Your face will feel better, you will get a better shave and your razor will last longer. Mine last disposable razor lasted about four years.
Shaving foam is a total con. No man needs it. Nor shampoo. You can just rub your hair under the shower and it is just as good and preserves your hair's natural oils will keeping your hair clean.
I havnt used shampoo for 18 months, just use bicarbonate of soda, my hair is thicker and in much better condition that it ever was with shampoo and conditioner. Grows quicker too!!
Groceries... Meat, veg, eggs, goldfish crackers (for my son). Why is beef so GD expensive?!?! I live in Texas, shouldn't it be free? At the store, the cashiers always comment on all of the vegetables I buy... while most of them are as big as a house.
My friend has a beef farm in Murphy, Texas, is that close to you?
When I stopped using detergents on my head my hair loss stopped completely. It didn't grow back, but it used to recede a lot more and now it is stable. I don't get dandruff any more either. I would be a little wary of using vinegar on myself anywhere. Its an industrial cleaner, and it works great on sinks and floors. I can't believe it can be good for your skin. Same with paraffin (baby oil) or olive oils. If you put it on your skin it is an alien compound that might get absorbed. When I cook with animal fats a lot I find they are quickly absorbed by the skin of my hands, and after a wipe they don't need washing. So maybe lard/dripping is a better skin ointment.
I wouldnt use ordinary white vinegar, but I do use cider apple vinegar for my hair conditioner and have done for 18 months. I add some essential oils, usually clary sage, lemon and rosemary to a bottle of cider apple vinegar, then use about 3tbsps of that in a jug of warm water and use it in the final rinse, and dont rinse it out. Its wonderful! Makes your hair tangle free and smells delish!!