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Amy Lee
@amy-lee
05/06/11 07:02:53PM
31 posts

Aussielockers Journey ^_^


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

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Catherine said:
You will find that you will crave things that your body needs. So if you have been thinking about a nice big juicy pear all day go and buy, swap, barter for some. I can guarantee there is something in that pear that your body is needing and its letting you know. Listen to your body, be mindful of what you eat and MOST importantly if you don't grow the fruit and veg yourself or if you don't know how they were grown or who grew them...WASH THEM WELL before eating. Organic is always always the best option, especially if you have grown it yourself or know the person who grew it and their methods for growing. I think red meat is deadly for you, that's just my opinion though. If you decide to eat white meat, chicken needs to be in meals where it is shredded/broken down like curries, soups etc. Fresh fish is the optimal choice though, preferably cought by yourself. Make sure you grow your own chickens or at least try and source free range, otherwise you will be eating a plate full of chemicals and cruelty. Have fun on your new journey and I wish you the best of luck!
Amy Lee
@amy-lee
05/04/11 06:56:47PM
31 posts

hello dreddies!


Introduce Yourself

Cant wait to see your progress. Are you going to dread the beard too? Hugs n happiness :)
updated by @amy-lee: 07/23/15 12:10:10AM
Amy Lee
@amy-lee
04/12/11 05:36:33AM
31 posts

Dready head and a Fruitarian body = a perfect philosophical fit


Dreads and Diets

Your amazing thanxx

Catherine said:

Sorry that was Matts book. Josh's website is radbod.org or direct link to the book is http://sunsuccesscoaching.com/synergy-success-21-day-transformation...

xx


updated by @amy-lee: 07/22/15 11:35:18AM
Amy Lee
@amy-lee
04/03/11 07:27:07PM
31 posts

Girly opinions needed. :) Bangs/no bangs?


Dread Maintenance

Go with your gut, if instinctually you dont like the idea of a fringe/'bangs' (never understood why they are referred to as that - BANGS, funny to me, anyhow......) dont cut them in because 99% likelyhood you will regret it. Pull dreads into a neat bun and cover your roots/hairline in a black headband. Put on a little mineral make-up powder and manicure/paint your nails - temporary things that will make you look more polished and mainstream while you are 'on the clock' that you can wash off/remove when you get home and just be happy being you again.

Hope it all works out for you x

(Just realised this thread is 3 months old, oh well. What did you end up deciding then?)

Amy Lee
@amy-lee
04/01/11 05:55:45PM
31 posts

What is this?


Help! Save My Dreads

I'll take a look at them when I come to visit next week and help you seperate a few after we are done with Kezza's move - man I wish we had never trusted some one else over our own instincts!
Amy Lee
@amy-lee
03/31/11 07:41:31PM
31 posts

Help put IC styling gel in my hair!


Help! Save My Dreads

Can I just add - and I'm a newbie so I'm just theorizing - but I did the bs wash and acv rinse on baby dreads last week and I wish I had of used cooler water and less water pressure in the shower as hot, hard water pressure felt good at the time but it seemed to REALLY loosen the ends.

Personal Jesus MD said:
:P to do that bs/acv rinse you will need to do the baking soda part first goin straight for the vinegar kinda makes the scalp irratated. but for the baking soda soak you should use a gallon of water with 1/2 cup of baking soda soak your dreads in it take em out wait 10 mins rinse then use the apple cider vinegar i use a little more than half a cup per gallon on that then pour over your head or soak them and then rinse again you can add oils for more affects like rosemary for good scalp balance and tea tree has been used for A LONG time as something to keep away insects lol although you wont really have to worry about that peppermint oil also leaves a good smell and helps your scalp
Amy Lee
@amy-lee
03/31/11 07:32:12PM
31 posts

is it normal for 1 month old backcombed dreads to not look like dreads?


Dread Maintenance

*now off to a much better, healthier start :)

Amy Lee said:
I'm not telling you to do this but just letting you know that last night I finger combed (no tools just hands) my unfortunate fluffy puffy sausage looking backcombed dreads out and went over them with a loose t'n'r and they look and feel much better already. I know this site mainly supports the natural method but I'm glad I 'fixed' mine some what. I'm much happier and I feel my dread babies are not of to a much better, healthier start.
Amy Lee
@amy-lee
03/31/11 07:30:28PM
31 posts

is it normal for 1 month old backcombed dreads to not look like dreads?


Dread Maintenance

I'm not telling you to do this but just letting you know that last night I finger combed (no tools just hands) my unfortunate fluffy puffy sausage looking backcombed dreads out and went over them with a loose t'n'r and they look and feel much better already. I know this site mainly supports the natural method but I'm glad I 'fixed' mine some what. I'm much happier and I feel my dread babies are not of to a much better, healthier start.
Amy Lee
@amy-lee
03/31/11 07:17:54AM
31 posts

Aussielockers Journey ^_^


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

Oh I HAVE to follow this - your cracking me up already! :) Plus all your questions are ones I would love to hear answers to as well. I stumbled across a member onhere by the profile name of Didjeridurian that is a really inspiring fruitarian, you should look him up, he has videos, books and a website also. I'm arelatively 'new'vegetarian that loves to garden and sew but I have no real pearls of wisdom for you, if you have any specific questions regarding those feild I'll have a stab but I'm no guru.

My Mum and sisters live in Ulverstone TAS, I'm hoping to make it over there for the first time later in the year, I hear it's gorgeousbush landand great food - 2 of my fav things!

Amy Lee
@amy-lee
03/29/11 04:02:43AM
31 posts

Wool pillow case for my impatient head


Introduce Yourself

Ah ha yep after reading we pretty much are AP. We bf on request, tot in sling during the day and co sleep at night. I'm enjoying reading through the info to confirm I'm making the right choices and why. I recently tried to transition Jax from family bed to cot and felt a bit of a failure as he sleeps in there for a few hours but always end up back in my bed around 1am, it's not me being lazy or him being sooky though, it's just the way it works best for us. Got to love those early morning snuggles :) Thanx for the link

shannan atreides said:
netflix is an online subscription where for $9+ a month you get unlimited movies sent to you in the mail and you send them back. you also get to watch a extensive collection of movies instantly streamed to your ps3 or wii. between that and redbox ($1night movie rentals in a vending machine) we dont even go to video stores.well Dr. Sears is considered the authority of AP ere in the states. he has the 7 B's http://www.askdrsears.com/html/10/t130300.asp AP to me is just instinctive parenting. i never heard of AP when I had my oldest son 12 years but I knew that having him circumcised was wrong so I didn't do it, I knew breast was best, that sharing a bed was the right thing to do for both of us, that responding to his needs was important and not listening to all the ill given advice i received.
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