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What feeds your soul?

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I recently wrote a Facebook post welcoming some new people to my business page (Scott Musgrave Hair) and I was fascinated at what we discussed with what everyone does to cultivate & feed their soul outside of working on their hair. Once you learn to manage your hair you can move on to more important things in life.

Some people were avoiding things in life BECAUSE of their hair - but once your confidence in working with your hair (with The MAP Method) you can stop searching & wasting money on products and resources. This leaves you with time and money for LIVING LIFE! 

Here are some of the replies that I think anyone of us can use as an idea of what to do coming up this weekend or even during the week: 

- Photography & walking in nature taking photos. 
- Riding horses - go on a guided trail. 
- Gardening - starting a seasonal garden - visit a garden center. 
- Teaching someone that needs your experience - mentoring. 
- ZipLine - face...

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Perfect is Boring!

Perfection is Boring.

2015

I was a photographer and did my own #blackandwhitefilm development and printing.

#richardavedon impacted my art with his journey and I was inspired to take this photo after not shaving for 4 days, I refreshed my hair with who knows what and I don’t care how I look. What is not shown in the photo is what is going on in my soul - as I was going through a change of perspective based on changing how I am doing my business. Parts of my soul was in pain and the other parts were excited and yet I was transitioning to uncertainty and there was no path for me to follow....I had to forge ahead and create a path on my own. 

 

My friend @danielleduran_curls (Instagram) came up with the quote “Perfection is Boring” and I thought that this is kinda like getting a tattoo in that you don’t care what other people think...you do it for yourself.

When your hair heals and becomes healthy over time you can let go of ‘perfection’...

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