Tempting my internet relationship fate

Today I decided to start to pursue different streams of money opportunities I am sick of just skimming the service of building an income online.

Admittedly my commitment has been poor and I have the desire but my fear of failing or screwing up has stopped me from progressing.

I was scared to be internet rejected just like a first date with someone you have liked for years and years and you go on that first date, second, third and then he stops returning your calls, texts or emails and you wonder if it was something you said or had done or didn’t do enough of… awkward!

I just need to stop thinking so much and keep chipping away. Respect the process and understand that something will happen soon just don’t give up.

So I am tempting my internet relationship fate and placing my bets on all areas to see how I can push my presence from none to any number larger then 0.

Today I signed up for a program to give it a crack I have tired this once before but I never committed and followed the process as instructed then just gave up.

If you are interested in what I am I am doing take a look at this:


I’m not going to talk you into anything I’m not going to be that desperate into convincing you to join me on this tempting internet fate that is up to you.

All I can say it is legit I have just started and watch this space πŸ™‚

Thank you kind bloggers


Tip Tuesday – 4th tip for shinny knott free hair

We are back for another Tip this week, so you have had a hard day at work and you want to settle down for a cold one. I don’t mean for drinking. Why not try a treatment using you guess it….BEER!

Beer is an excellent hair tonic as it adds body, shine, strength and vitality to your hair. This amazing beverage helps repair dry, dull, and damaged hair, while deeply nourishing hair follicles.


1. Wash your hair and while it’s still wet, use a spray bottle to spritz a small amount of beer all over your hair.

(Be careful your man or other men don’t try and jump in the shower with you! HAHA)

2. After blow drying, the smell of beer will disappear, leaving your hair sleek, smooth and glowing.

Shoot Me a comment below if you actually try this one out! Enjoy…

Tip Tuesday – 2nd tip for shinny knott free hair

Sorry, I have been absent lately, my family have passed around the lovely cold/flu like a nice big hug! Not fun but we see the light at the end of the tunnel!

Plus I have been trying tick off my You Tube account, check out my channel and please provide support!

I am trying to get back into routine so here goes… Tip #2 this week is Hot Oil Treatment for Dry hair another fantastic home remedy that should cost very little, lets face it everyone has cooking oil however other oils that can be used include:

  • Coconut,
  • Olive,
  • Castor,
  • Almond
  • and even essential oils – lavender, rosemary, lemon, chamomile, geranium, sandalwood, rosewood, eucalyptus and mint essential oils. what ever you desire for a nice scent as well.


  1. All you need to do is heat up 4 tablespoons of your desired oil in a sauce pan to a WARM temp (be careful its not too hot!)
  2. I recommend you do this next step in the shower – massage the oil into your dry hair and scalp, covering as much as possible.
  3. Place a shower cap over your hair and wrap a towel (hot would be better.) over the top.
  4. Leave in for at least 20 minutes (if your in a rush) but ideally overnight.
  5. Shampoo and rinse with lukewarm water.I suggest you adjust the amount based on the length of your hair, this above is suppose to be for medium to long hair. It is recommended this be done at least once a week to every fortnight…

If you attempt this for at least a month you will notice a difference, please comment below if you have any questions. OR if you have tried the above I would be very interested to know how your dry hair is feeling now πŸ™‚

Hope you are all well, not ill! Enjoy!

Tip 1 Getting Super Clue OFF Finger Tips

This is for all those crafty ones out there. Today I was completing my love/obsession with DIY and I got super glue on my finger tips 😦 OMG!

My lovely man advised that a little nail polish remover is perfect for breaking this down to the point it disappears! YAY!