You read that right. And yes it’s as scary as it sounds! But it is actually super easy!
I’ve been cutting my own hair since the pandemic started! And now I’m just at the point where it’s just about convenience now with 4 kiddos here and being a full-time sahm and business owner!
You can do it too!
To trim my hair:
I separate my hair into 4 parts and put them in hair ties. I slide the hair tie all the way down to the tips leaving about two inches from the hair tie to the tips.
Then I decide how much I want to take off and cut. I do this to all 4 parts. Then I take one part out and the next part out and compare. Using my first section as a guide, I make sure it’s even. Then I use the second section as a guide for the third section and so on.
To cut bangs:
I gather the amount of hair I want to the front making a round hair part around my forehead. Then I hold it all together and cut at my nose.
Then I cut a little more. Finally, I turn the scissors vertical and just snip the ends randomly.
On the sides I make sure to tier it down to my face.
It doesn’t have to be hard but you just have to take the plunge!!!
Ok this one is so yummy and easy! Get some boneless thin pork chops and you can easily whip this together for dinner!
Start by mixing together two different bbq sauces. I used Sauers Original and Sweet Baby Rays Hickory and Brown Sugar. I poured in enough of each that I could dip all of my pork chops in them! I also sprinkled a little of each of these seasonings into the mix: Old Bay, Paprika, Garlic Salt, Butt Rub, and Famous Dave’s rib rub.
Once that’s all mixed I dipped my pork chops in it and then dipped them in a bowl of Progresso bread crumbs. Make sure you’ve got them good and covered!
Next spread them out on your cookie sheet and bake for 20-30 minutes on 325 degrees. Then I broil them for 4 minutes!
I totally forgot to take a picture when they were done! Massive fail! But they were so tender and yummy! I paired them with baked beans and Cole slaw!