The Orvibo Wi-Fi Smart Socket Outlet has changed our lives. German and I work in the city which means Leona goes to doggy daycare twice a week and stays home three days out of the week. (I work from home one day out of the week) When she’s at PupCulture NYC, we know she’s socializing with other pets and having fun.
On the days she’s home, she pretty much sleeps–we know that because we have cameras showing us her daily routine.
Several months ago, German and I meet up after work to run a few errands and got home late to find Leona in the dark. That night, feeling guilty and horrid, I went online and researched a smart electric outlet. I knew we had to get one to ever prevent this happening again.
I’m often asked what the best hair products for men are and it truly depends on your hair type. I believe there is no “one size fits all” answer. I can’t say, this will be the only hair product you need but I can help you how to choose the best hair product for your hair style–if you’re hair is similar to mine: thick, naturally curly and virtually indestructible and you like to showcase it.
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For me, the best men’s hair wax is FX Molding Wax Pliable Hair Wax. (I do not get paid by them but I’m willing to be a hair spokesperson and you’ll see why–so if anyone can hook me up) I have naturally curly hair and like the majority of people with curly hair — I don’t like it, which is why I get keratin treatments to help smooth it out, prevent frizz in the summer, but it also makes it easer to maintain. Depending on the length of hair, Keratin can cost anywhere from $150 – $350 per treatment and it lasts 3-4 months.
After Keratin, I still use a round brush and blow out my hair straight. But I only do this once a week. The dirtier my hair gets, the better it styles. Ironic, right? FX Molding Wax (it’s less than $5 on Amazon) is the men’s hair product for thick hair because it magnifies your hair’s thickness and you have a crown of luxurious glory on your head that says, “Watch out world, here comes a guy with style and on trend.”
My husband is madly in love with Matt Dallas and Blue Hamilton, and not just because they are sexy gay men, but he actually loves their lifestyle–or the one they publicly display at least–not only do they showcase husband fun in their youtube video series Matt and Blue, they have their 2-year-old son, Crow, in tow–which adds to the fascination.
Besides sometimes catching a glimpse of one of them in sexy underwear, my husband of six years is now obsessed with the notion of kids. And I blame Matt and Blue and their gay husband video series. Now that gay men or gay couples can adopt children, I’m looking for advice on the topic for the sake of my marriage. German truly won’t stop talking about adopting a child. Oh, we have a video series too–but you won’t catch us in undies. (You’re disappointed, I’m sure!)
We discovered this Miracle Pet Stain and Oder Remover when we began to potty train Leona. If you have never potty-trained a puppy, you are dealing with tinkle stains and smells throughout your home until they understand the idea of what needs to happen.
My Husband is Always Checking out Gay Guys
If you’re a straight woman and your husband is always checking out gay guys, and it bothers you–you might have a problem on your hands. But first, let’s lay down some foundation before we all jump to conclusions. Because of rigid defined stereotypes of what masculinity is and what it should look like, men are lumped into a space where complimenting another man on clothes, style or looks is out of the norm. The first thought is, “He must be gay.” But the reality is with the huge metrosexual craze finally dying down and the lumbersexual phase being ushered out, maybe we’ve gotten to a point where it’s okay to check guys out? We know that sexuality is fluid and not 100% one way or the other.