Day 12. No signs of ovulation yet. With my 32 day cycle, I should begin getting signs on the Maybe Baby on Day 14.
Other than that – no news on the conception front.
I go to the fertility clinic next week for the results of all the tests and the first phase of treatment from them.
I have another acupuncture appointment today.
Yesterday was my birthday. 41 years old.
I had a wonderful day. One of the things that made it so great was going out with my Mum for Jurlique facials together. We booked it sometime ago and both had vouchers from presents over the year from my sister-in-law.
Oh my God! I haven’t had a facial like that in years!! It was fantastic! I am a new Jurlique fan. I didn’t know about their products before. They are in the high price range and I never looked. I am in love. Organically grown. All natural. No nanoparticles (now THAT is a whole other post. if you are interested in learning about this dangerous product that is now in our cosmetics – google it) It is just so darn expensive.
Anyway, I have treated myself to a few products and am now researching other brands that don’t have nanoparticles, are still natural, but aren’t quite so expensive. Fingers crossed I can find one. Looks like I have some changes to make to my make up and beauty products cupboards.
I get some things from my naturopath. She has someone working in the clinic who makes all natural moisturizers etc especially designed for your skin. And they are a good price. But my skin still feels fantastic today after yesterday using the Jurlique products. The difference is huge. A balance between the two maybe in order.
The most important thing is that I am not putting anything in or on my body that can cause any damage to me or our future child.
Why is it that there are so many things brought into our daily lives by big companies that are actually harmful to us?? Money, of course. But why? I just don’t understand. In my head, it would make more money, if it really was good for you. I hope that more and more people insist on the right products so that eventually big companies are forced to make good choices for the health of the worldwide population.