Unless you’re planning to shave it all off, you’re dealing with hair on a boat. Do you keep it short or have it long? [More] Long Hair or Short Hair?
Hair & Skin
When you're on a boat, the sun and wind take their toll on your hair and skin.
Tips and products that have worked well for us and are boat-friendly.
Sick and tired of rusting nail clippers and moldy emery boards. Me too! So I found better ones . . . that are still affordable. [More] Nail Care Tools
I love the reefs and love to snorkel. I was shocked to find out that many sunscreens could harm the reefs and looked for a way to protect myself from the sun that also protected the reefs. [More] Sunscreen That Doesn’t Kill the Coral
Using acetone to clean up after nasty messy projects such as epoxy or sealant? There’s something that works better, is cheaper AND is less toxic! [More] Better Than Acetone to Clean Hands
What’s best if you’re spending a lot of time on a boat? Long hair or short? I’ve had both (and in-between) and here’s my assessment. [More] Boat Hair: To Cut or Not to Cut?
Talking to some new boat owners yesterday reminded me of one of our stupid first-year-of-cruising problems! [More] Deodorant That Doesn’t Melt
After trying a number of products to heal and protect Dave’s lips, this is what finally worked. Highly recommended! [More] Lip Care
Dave’s long, fine, curly hair was a nightmare to deal with until a friend gave him some leave-in conditioner to try. Problem solved! [More] Leave-In Conditioner
Instead of a product with microbeads, why not make your own face and body scrubs from (cheap) stuff that’s already in your galley . . . and a lot nicer to the environment! [More] Instead of Microbeads . . .