Day two ends with the test of others talking and describing food.
Date: 7/9/2008 10:55:19 PM ( 13 y ) ... viewed 1459 times
In my office people decided to talk about food. Of all days and location they parked right next to my cubicle and spoke about plastic cheese and their favorite chili dog. I don't want to think about food when fasting. I might miss food and begin to worry I might never taste it again.
I don't feel hungry but I am rather good at telling myself just another day of food and then we can fast. I don't want this to be my trend I want be stronger.
Day Two is three hours to being over. When I came home around 3ish, I stat in bed watching a show about the Grand Canyon. I fell asleep within fifteen minutes of the show and woke up around 8ish. I still feel tired and a little overheated, my apartment is very warm.
I am going to take a shower after this post and go back to bed. My mind and eyes still feel like shutting down for a few more hours.
Regarding hygiene I am taking a natural approach to how I care for my body. I believe what one puts in it is just as important as what one puts on it.
To clean my teeth I use benzoyl peroxide to wash my mouth. I just sip some and swish it and then spit. I then follow with a light brushing of the teeth to discard any buildup.
To wash my skin I use simple handmade soap for just under my arms and anywhere I might stink. I then follow with a sugar, salt or coffee scrub to clean and moisturize the rest of my body. The scrub has done a great job stimulating my skin without it being too harsh and drying. I believe it is a lot like skin brushing.
I only wash my hair a few times a week with salt, tea or baking soda wash. I follow then with apple cider vinegar wash.
My face I either use baking soda with benzoyl peroxide or I use OCM to wash my face. I then follow any wash with apple cider vinegar for a toner.
And that is my beauty regimen at this time.
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