I'm still suffering from adult onset acne. How sweet! No, not really. It definitely weighs on your confidence. I'm really working on not allowing my acne to control my happiness. I will not let my pizza face win! It's frustrating at times because I'm eating healthy (except for the occasional chocolates), and I drink lots and lots of water during the day, so why isn't my face naturally flawless? I have no clue. I'm concluded that the topical creams aren't doing it for me. Starting tomorrow I'm going to treat my skin with natural remedies. I think my body needs a more natural fix, then harsh skin treatments, like benzoyl peroxide. That stuff doesn't feel good on my sensitive skin. I need to develop patience, because the herbal remedies don't kick into gear as fast as strong topical creams do. Good Earth, here I come (and don't forget Will, because he's a big advocate of herbs and a natural way of living--one of many things I love about that man)
Honestly, I feel terrible writing a post about me, me, me, and me...when really I should be focusing my and everyone's attention on the suffering people in Japan. I extend my prayers and love towards those many people that are experiencing loss and torment. Their struggle is far from over. I hope we can lend a hand any way possible, donations, humanitarian work, anything to help make this horrible calamity easier for the people of Japan. Let's try and make a difference.
You know who is a wonderful person. Sandra Bullock, because she donated $1 million dollars towards the Japan Disaster Relief. If I had millions of dollars today, I'd do the same. But, I don't, doesn't stop me from donating though. If you are willing to help in any way, you can donate here.
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