hair cut
hair cut
hair cut

After yesterdays post where I shared the feeling of being overwhelmed, I booked myself a last minute hair appointment to tidy up the ends and ensure I had some time to sit, relax and breathe. I headed back to my local salon Robert Neil with my fav stylist Maria who is able to work hair wizardry and re-inject that lost confidence.

When you are busy and the hours at work become long, important things like a healthy diet and exercise fly right out the window. By the time you get to that point hair cuts, brow threading and manicures are a thing of the past and although I’ve three weeks back from holiday where all the zen times happened, being thrown back into a hectic daily routine can quickly make you feel out of whack.

I didn’t get anything overly different done to my tresses, smartened up the length whilst keeping as much blonde as possible, in and out in less than an hour yet feeling a 100% times better on the inside. During those times when it all feels a bit too much it’s important to take an hour, get a hair cut, go for a manicure, book in something that will help you feel a tad more ‘normal’ before Monday morning rolls around and it all flies out the window again.