girlwithcurves blog


Welcome to girlwithcurves! I’m a 30-something New York City based girl with a penchant for finding unconventional ways to connect with people and keep herself sane. I have a long way to go before I’m able to get everything running smoothly, but I want to help you keep things running smoothly! I’m a big fan of blogging, reading, and discovering new things.

Girlwithcurves is a blog about living a life that makes sense.

Girlwithcurves is an excellent place to find inspiration for new things and the things you should be reading.

Girl with Curves is a blog of mine. I plan to have it up and running in the next couple of days. I’ve been busy with other projects that I want to let you know about, but I thought I’d say hello and ask if you have any questions you’d like me to answer.

I’ve been in the office in the morning, you can probably tell I have my hair done, I have my nails done, I have my hair cut, I have my nails cut, I have my face done, I have my hair cut… you get the idea.

I can’t believe I used to work in a salon. It just doesn’t seem possible that you have all these amazing, amazing, amazing tools at your disposal. And yet, we still have to work in a place that has absolutely no way to find out what we are doing wrong.

This is a good thing. Being in a place where you can easily find out what you’re doing wrong is a good thing.

I think it’s pretty obvious that our society has gotten so much better at figuring things out and finding ways to correct our mistakes. Now we can walk into a salon, pull out our hair, and tell the stylist that we need to go home. It’s not as easy as it used to be. It used to be that, if we got it right in the salon, we got it right home.

Well, we got it right home. But while we were at the salon, we forgot the salon was made of glass and we just walked out with our hair tangled and our makeup smeared. So a lot of people ended up hating the shampoo they put on their hair. And we ended up hating the lipstick we put on our face. And we ended up hating the make-up that we put on our bodies. So it ended up being a long, sad, messy, and unsuccessful day.

Now we’ve got a new problem. Our new problem is we’re also stuck in a time loop. We’re stuck at the salon because we forgot that our salon is made of glass and we just walked out with our hair tangled and our makeup smeared. So a lot of people ended up hating their hair shampoo. And the lipstick they put on their face ended up hating their makeup. And the make-up they put on their bodies ended up hating their hair and makeup.

His love for reading is one of the many things that make him such a well-rounded individual. He's worked as both an freelancer and with Business Today before joining our team, but his addiction to self help books isn't something you can put into words - it just shows how much time he spends thinking about what kindles your soul!


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