Ugh. Haircuts. All that looking in mirrors. Blech.

Along with doing laundry, cleaning the bathroom and paying taxes, having a haircut is on a list of charmless life chores. Oh, add shaving into that mix. How do we have time for anything interesting or creative or – hells! – profitable when there’s all this boring stuff to get done?

Outsourcing is the way most of us minimize the snooze factor of personal drudgery. Hair maintenance is the most obvious candidate. Cutting your own hair seriously makes no sense.

If you’re like me, you have some clear requirements of your hair professional. They should be:

1. Inexpensive.

2. Perceptive.

3. Silent.

4. Available without (much) waiting.

All four are available at the Cattleman.