How To Take Care Of Your Henna Tattoo  Once the dry henna paste has fallen or been scrapped off you will see an orange-yellow stain left on your skin. The stain will deepen into a richer reddish-brown tone over the next 48 hours. Henna looks different on everyone. Body chemistry, temperature and location on the body have a lot to do with how dark the stain will be. Drier skin on the hands and feet stains much darker than the softer skin on the upper arm or back. Henna stains are darkest during the first 7-10 days, then gradually fade....

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Let's develop a new perspective on the gift of responsibility.  Let's give it a new definition so we can run towards it with open arms because of how wonderful it actually is.  Would you agree that many people see responsibility as a chore, a burden, something to avoid potentially? It's not. Response-ability, or the ability to respond the empowered meaning of this word responsibility. What are some reasons we might want to improve our abilities to respond?   We stay centered and in our power when we consciously choose how to respond, instead of unconsciously react.  When we are creating...

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