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Protect the skin you’re in

Pop quiz, hotshot. What is the biggest organ in the human body? (No, not THAT one. C’mon.) It’s your skin!

I’m a firm believer that what’s on the inside counts, but let’s face it, it’s what’s on the outside that people see first. So maybe we should take care of our skin. And trust me, don’t wait until you hit midlife to figure that out!
Spring is in full bloom here on the Southeast Texas coast, and for me it’s both one of my favorite and worst seasons. Did somebody say “allergy attack”? I take heavy doses of allergy meds, and I make sure I have my asthma inhaler handy at all times. Yeah, I’m that guy. Sneezy, one of the seven dwarfs.

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13 Things *Idiot* Men Should Know

Now, before I proceed I need to clarify two things. 1. I really enjoy lists and 2. I’m not a man hater. The truth is, I enjoy men and have spent most of my life involved in some kind of mad crush on one or two at a time. However, at this point in my life I feel it necessary to make some *idiot* men aware of a few things. Let’s get started:

13. Over waxing your eyebrows makes you a creep!
Man grooming in very important and appreciated. Nobody wants to look at the Wolfman. However, if your eyebrows are more sculpted and waxed than your lady friend, she will assume you are going to hide her in your basement to make a skin suit in the Buffalo Bill fashion. Eek!

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