Hey everyone! It's time to get to work. The first task of the "10 Actions in 100 Days" is simple: write to your representatives! Free downloadable postcard designs are available via Womxn's March in the link, but I decided to paint my own, and have included the files below so you can use them too, if you like. :) Print postcards to mail out, and print larger ones to tuck into letters, tape onto your fridge, or tuck under your pillow. I love you all, I'm on your side, and smash the patriarchy! I'm thankful to be surrounded by compassionate women and men, and am proud to be on your team.
Tucked away in a corner of the quaint Boulevard Park neighborhood in Seattle is hidden a brand-new, cozy nook to where you can escape, enjoy some tea, coffee or fancy bubbly beverage - and also get your hair done. Welcome to Urban Hair Hideaway!
I am not a salon-goer. I tend to cut and color my own hair, not because I'm good at it (*ahem*), but because I'm not usually that fond of having a stranger touch my head, or giving up control. But last week I had Braeden Blunt, owner and creator of Urban Hair hideaway, have a go at my scraggly mess of hair, and now I look like a polished adult who knows how to groom herself! I feel so fancy. Braeden does an amazing job, and is super sweet, professional, and creative to boot!
So, there you go. And you should go. Check out the Urban Hair Hideaway's website for more info, and to schedule your beautifying appointment! Also, to check out some art I created for the site (I know, I'm shameless). But seriously. It looks pretty good. :)