I recently posted about a surfactant formula I made having to do with a shampoo. The formula did produce a shampoo and it works just fine, but I felt it dried my hair too much. I decided today, instead of another shampoo, to try a facial cleanser instead.
Digging into my stash of lotion making goodies, I decided to make an apple, willow bark facial cleanser, packed full of moisture and skin-loving goodness. Continue reading “Apple Willow Bark Foaming Facial Cleanser Experiment (and some odds and ends)”
It was my husband’s birthday this weekend. As such, I didn’t get as much done as I do most weekends, but it is also important to spend time with those that you love. Luckily, my husband is an artist and during some of the time he spent with me, we worked together on photographing my products. 🙂 Continue reading “More progress and some revisits”
With every weekend that passes, I get a few more things made, and another step closer to completing my next book. It feels like it is taking forever (at a pace of a few things per weekend), but it is only because that next book is going to have so many recipes in it.
I think I am about 1/2 of the way done now, so I still have many more weekends of
work fun ahead of me. Since I don’t have any vacation from my day job coming up until Memorial Day (June), I will have to just keep picking away with making a few things per week.
Continue reading “A Weekends’ Work – In pictures”
Free time is such as scarce commodity that I find myself planning to use it wisely. I usually have my weekends planned out by at least Wednesday or Thursday, and then by Friday night, I am ready to get started executing my action plan.
This past week, however, I decided I would knit all weekend. After knitting Friday night, I was already bored, so I had to whip up a “Plan B”. Continue reading “In retrospect, it was not such a wasted weekend after all!”