One of the best pieces of advise I can give to parents is to teach your kids about oils. The kids love to make up their own rollerballs (with supervision). It makes them feel accomplished. Oils are their go too. Whether they are not feeling their best, are moody, whatever. They all know there are essential oils to help them out.
Julia will tell you if she thinks you need and oil or one of her brothers do. It is simply our way of life. The best part is they work every time. What I love to hear is them giving each other recommendations based on what has worked for them.
Everett my two-year old can tell you where to apply your oils, and how much he loves them.
Empower and educate your children. Essential oils can be their norm. Get them involved. Teach them safety. Live an oil filled life.
I have a vision. A vision that does not look like the typical American 9-5 dream. A vision to not live by a clock. To live in each moment. To laugh, and just be. Be present in each moment. Putting phones away and any other distractions. A place of complete relaxation. Do you see my vision?
A while back I started something I NEVER thought I would do. And like I like to do I was controlling, and planning everything. Everything.
Watch out Lavender there is a new player in the house! This is a brand new oil doTERRA is offering, and is described as Mens Lavender. If you love the uses of Lavender but are not a big fan of the smell then Petitgrain is your new go to oil.
Julia has a birthday coming up next month and has been very focused on her actual day of birth. Wanting to know the sequence of events that brought her into this world. She has been carrying around this little pink pig she received when she was a fresh babe still in the hospital.
Today we swung by the hospital. Julia was amazed to be visiting the place she was born, and the same place she received her precious piggie. It got me thinking how terrified, nervous and excited I was to have her. Then the moment of relief when I heard her first cry. All fears subsided.
Is your glass half empty or half full? I asked this question to a colleague of mine recently whom one would say is a tell it how it is kind of girl. Her response, “Half empty. If you went to go to a restaurant and were brought a half a glass of water what would you think?” Touche. While she took it in a literal way it got me thinking about why are we the way we are. (more…)