today, after a few days, it’s time for a shower.
i finally ran out of all the various drips and drops of body wash accumulated over time and saved, because there was some left. can’t throw out anything that’s useful!
because of my previous bathroom-shopping extravaganzas and my current frugality, i haven’t had to buy body wash in like 18 months. maybe more.
but now, i’m out. nothing left. and i had a little panic.
i’ve been using baking soda and apple cider vinegar for my hair-washing routine. so i had a moment. do i want to use my baking soday solution as body wash? it’s so thin, will it cling long enough to clean?
and if not BS, what am i going to use?
what alternative is there to body wash?
there is none! oh my! i don’t want to keep buying body wash. the frugal stuff is unnatural and the natural stuff is so unfrugal.
there is no alternative!
sometimes it seems that the intersection of natural and frugal is narrow.
i will have to do some research to find out what to use.
i grabbed a towel and saw, in the linen cabinet, a bar of soap.
yes, remember those rectangular little things? sometimes wrapped in paper… they smell nice (or like nothing at all) they contain weeks and weeks of cleaning power. they can be rubbed, shaved, chipped away. they get slippery though, so hang on.
those little rectangles will be my body washing solution;
i will use SOAP.
I’m hopping around with the Company Girls.