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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Ree-C's Blog

I am glad to be apart of this hair exchange blog. I find it very helpful and informative. Please feel free to visit my blog on enjoying the loc'd life.

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Kerry's Sisterlocks

I am Happy to be a part of this Movement. It great to be Sisterlocked and a part of the exciting!!! world of blogging. Thanks Maryee for the exchange and here is to accepting or nappy tresses kinks & coils.

God's favour on all for 2006
still waters

Natural Kinks Sisterlocks

Its Vee again with a new blog.

Check my Sisterlocks website at

I am a Sisterlock Consultant Trainee in the Boston Area. You can leave any questions you have in the comment section, I will do my best to answer them.

One Love People

TRA's Microbraidlocks

Hello everyone! I just wanted to update my picture since it had been awhile. I am coming up on my two year anniversary for my locks (Oct 5th)!

Talk soon,

Saturday, January 07, 2006

My Goodnapps Journey

8/23/2007 - I just celebrated my two year anniversary with Sisterlocks and I could not be more thrilled. It has been such a glorious and self-empowering journey. Being a member of this blog exchange has made my journey so much more wonderful beyond my wildest dreams.
To all of those considering Sisterlocks or some other form of naturalism, I wish you nothing but the best!


Hello everyone!!

For those who have considered combining their locks, for whatever reason, I did it about a two years ago and now have some follow-up pics. Come by and check out my blog!

I am glad and excited to be a part of this wonderful group who are willing to share thier trials,
triumphs, and of course pictures!!

Thursday, January 05, 2006

CoCo's Locks

After 6 months of searching for the 'right' locking method for me, I finally found the answer - Sisterlocks. My consultant ushered me home on Nov. 10, 2005 and I've been enjoying them every since.
Please check me out at:
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Wednesday, January 04, 2006


I am now a Sisterlocks Consultant Trainee.
Visit my blog to see my daugther's locks as well.

Chi-chi's SL Journey in Chi-town!

Hey All,

It's lovely to see so many beautiful loc'd people! I'm blessed to be part of such an inspiring community. My journey has been such a blessing that I only have one regret. . .that I didn't get SL's sooner! See you online (:


Tuesday, January 03, 2006

It's Been a Long Time...

Greetings Friends and Lock Buddies,

I've updated my blog so be sure and check me out when you get a chance. And please leave comments, I'd love to know you were there.
Waterfall Blessings,
Katika (6 years 8 months SL'd)
Friend me on facebook 'katika lovett'

Naturaly Free's Sisterlock Saga

Hey Sisterlocks fam...

I feel in love with Sisterlocks when I noticed them on a lady from my church. I ranted and raved about them for a year. I finally had them installed in July of 2005, everyone politely said as little as possible. They were expecting this finished look and not so much scalp showing but I knew that before long, they would be growing down my back. To make a long story short, after a year and a half, my hair wasn't coming out as I imagined so I combed them out for a LONG tedious month. I'm not willing to say it was my consultants fault, my fault or the texture of my hair's fault but now I know exactly what I want, how to maintain them and I am ready for my 2nd set (yippeee).

I am
a Sisterlocks consultant in training servicing the metro Atlanta area as well as anyone willing to travel. Give me a call TODAY for your free consultation at (678) 887-9912 or email me at

Take care!
Naturally Free

Monday, January 02, 2006


Sisterlocks called my name from the moment I saw these neat, small locks on a sister in the grocery store. I've been locked for 2 years now and it has been a remarkable journey, not only of hair, but self...

Drop by and check out my journey and natural awakenings.

Mad love to my DFW Sisterlocked sistuhs!

I always say, it's natural to be natural!

Sunday, January 01, 2006

Maryee's Sisterlock Journey

Thank you to all who've joined the Locked Hair Blog Exchange. Encourage your other locked friends to get a blogger account and get to blogging. Blogging, like journaling is very therapeutic. I know I've learned so much more about myself, computers, html, picasa photos, web design, and others just by opening up a blogger account. Ain't that great? When you are learning, you are growing!

Here's my fotki album. There's more pictures in the album that might not be on the blog. Enjoy!

Welcome and Happy New Year!!


Locked November 28, 2003

Note: All bloggers in the exchange, please be kind enough to link The Locked Hair Blog Exchange to your blog. Also, please edit your posts and add a current picture and tags.

Leighann's Blog

Happy New Year!

Thanks for setting this up Maryee!


Creyole's Blog

Great idea and great way to start off the 2006 New Year! Looking forward to the exchange.

Now into 2007 and still going strong!! Great job Maryee.

Brunsli's Blog

Happy New Year!

My Dear e-Hair Community,

Wishing you all a 2006 filled with joy, happiness, and lovely hair stories!


Tammy's Blog

Jenaevans blog


THANKS FOR STOPPING BY The Locked Hair Blog Exchange. I had my Sisterlocks installed December 13, 2003 by Imani Nash-Bey (Inland Empire, CA.) I requested she make them larger than the traditional Sisterlock size because I had worn my hair locked before and liked the larger size. Since installation, I have combined some locks, so my locks don't have the Trademark SL look, but Sisterlocks is where I entered in this season of locks.

Good Job Maryee...
You are doing an awesome job, sis! Thanks for letting me hang out with you for so long. Blessings, ya'll~


Add your blog to Globe of Blogs

If you'd like to add your blog to the the globe of blogs website, please do. It's easy and gives you worldwide exposure.

Globe of Blogs

This is not an invitation to join the LHBE, but Globe of Blogs. If you'd like to join the exchange, please email me.


My Thoughts for Bloggers about Google AdSense

Have you seen folk's blogs or website and they have ads from Google on them? Wonder if they are making any money?

It takes a good while to start generating money on ADsense, and I'll tell you why. As far as locked hair blogging,what we have is a niche market of folks reading our blogs and no where near the amount we'd need to #1 visit them, and #2, be interested in clicking on the ads we have no control over coming up on our blogs/websites. Some of the ads are quite cheesy. I have on my website, Amazon ads, too and some of them are quirky and bulky I might add (by the template I chose).

I have mixed feelings about it, cause I'd rather folks stay on my blogs or website than travel somewhere else, cause the payoff is little every time someone clicks on an ad. The payoff is huge if everytime each visitor came to the blog they clicked on an ad. Not likely. They'll click on other links, like the ones we suggest/add before they click on the adsense ads. We know that. Hope this makes sense.

That's why I decided to add my adsense code to every blog of mines, including every page on my website because each page pulls different ads according to the content of the blog/webpage.

When I realized the hits were very slow I stopped checking on my adsense turns every week because you have to accumulate like I think $100 worth of clicks before they cut you a check. And although I haven't checked my hits in a while, I was only averaging a couple of dollars a week/month, if that.

Now, if over time, everyone adds my blog/website to their blog, then the chances of traffic will increase. And don't let me mess around get some of my writing published. Whoa! Instead of me reacting, I'll already be set to potentially get some good ole' hits on the ads when the traffic increases.

My suggestion is, if you don't mind seeing the ads, go ahead and sign up and don't look back at your stats cause they'll only make you mad. Just keep on blogging and one day, you'll get a nice check in the mail for $100 and it will come right on time!