Cutting your own hair. Hi everyone. What a horrible many shifts I am having at work, which I stupidly agreed to. I wrote up horoscopes for everyone on OT, but they are really nasty, so I thought better of it, and I am instead posting how I cut my own hair. See, time at home is so very precious that I tried cutting my own hair to enjoy more time at home, as going to hairdressers would waste valuable minutes. But there are even better reasons. 10 years ago out in the countryside, it only cost $9 to get a haircut. Now, in the city, it costs tripple that: $27. We are being gouged. Screw that. Plus, it's nice to tip, so we're talking over $30 for an 8 minute men's haircut, nothing special. Who do they think they are, surgeons? So you can easily look up how to cut your own hair online. All you need is a good sized mirror that you can set up behind your bathroom mirror so you can see what you're doing in the back. And you know what kind of scissors you can use? Cheap ones you get at the dollar store. You don't need $150 pro ones. While you're there (at the dollar store) buy a cheap comb. You're set. So all I did was wet my hair, brush it, and cut away fearlessly. It is very hard to learn how to manouver the scissors in left-right reversed mirror view, so I got really impatient. I discovered I can simply brush almost all of my hair frontwards so it draps over my face. Then, just cut it in a simple curved pattern like you are cutting out a mask of your face. Once you brush it all back again, it looks great. The back is a bit harder, but I don't care. What kind of people look at the back of your neck anyway? The sides are a breeze, then you shave there anyway, so you can make it as even and perfect as you want. Easy. I'm amazed at how little skill this took. In fact, I think it is a crime what hairdressers are charging. I might post the horoscopes tomorrow because work tonight is going to suck pretty bad, but I will try not to post them!