Well, I purchased everything to get atleast one batch if not two different batches of soap done. Unfortunately it is going take awhile to get the supplies to me tho, I thought it would take a few days not over a week.
😔, I guess I have to relearn patience…especially since the setting time for the soap is going to be a month as well.
To start off, I make a variety of homemade skin items. What I have made in the past: lip balms (variety of flavors), lotion bars, neosporin (which my family swears by and says is better than the store bought stuff), body butter, eczema cream (which I had some say it saved their poor babies skin), sugar scrubs, sun screen, and more I can’t even think of at this time.
Now I am looking into making soap. I am in the midst of purchasing items to delve into the world of cold process soap making.
It is an interesting process, the first of it is pretty fast, then once in the mold to set is which is atleast 24-48 hours (since it heats up and then sets), this is all before it can be cut into bars. Then after un-molding the loaf is to be cut into bars and then they have to set for 4-6 weeks to harden to become the best lasting soap bars. My first batch is going to be oatmeal, milk & honey with oatmeal inside to feel even better. I am real excited, can hardly wait until I get my shipment in.
Have you ever considered when you talk to someone about what you say and what you actually mean? For example when you say that you are or have been busy and what you actually mean is you have been productive?
When talking to someone, and when asked ‘how have you been?’ or ‘what have you been up to?’ and you respond with ‘busy’, do you consider what that actually means? I know in my generation (and I have no idea what generation I am in or what my kids are in now, but I digress) we were taught to think more about how we say things before we say them.
Ok, here is what I mean, do you know what the definition of busy actually is, compared to the word productive?
Definition of busy is having a great deal to do or keeping occupied, according to google.
Definition of productive is yielding results, benefits or profits, according to Merriam-Webster dictionary.
So, with that being said, are you busy all the time or are you productive, or to think about it, maybe a mix of both? In today’s society we use some words interchangeably and sometimes too much.
Here’s another question….when one is being productive are they also busy; which is to say, when one is busy are they being productive s well? Yea I know, makes you actually think! There are plenty of times I am busy and not being productive but times I am being productive and am busy!