Release Blend (Oil A Week)

We carry negative energies on our liver. Kinda makes sense, since the liver is the place that cleans out all the “junk” from our bodies. Release essential oil blend is good for exactly that – releasing – anger and frustration from the liver to support normal emotional well being.  Release blend…

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Emotional Support For Teenagers

Any mom with teenagers can recognize the teenage need for emotional support and stability. As I like to say about the mood swings: “Are we up, or are we down?” Here is a tried and true method for keeping on top of that emotional roller coaster called adolescence. Chocolate chip…

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Oils I Used Today

Peppermint and cedarwood– bar soap — the minty smell helps me wake up in the morning ART Day Activator (frankincense, sandalwood & other stuff) — gives me the appearance of soft, smooth skin Ningxia Red — secret ninja mom powers Omega Blue — wellness lifestyle Thieves – household cleaner, cuz…

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Teenager Attitudes Reversed!

Yup, you saw that right…attitudes reversed, mom of teenagers experiences relief…. film at 11:00 pm.  A Young Living Distributor with 3 teenage boys, all with special challenges, Sylvia was wayyyy past due for some respite from her daily circus of teenage attitude along with the other all-too-familiar traits of Planet…

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Peace & Calming (Oil A Week)

I’m willing to take a stand when it comes to the notion of Peace & Calming® as a major part of my ninja mom arsenal to create an environment of harmony, agreement, calm, serenity, composure, cessation, order, pacification, reconciliation, truce, unity, congeniality, contentment, hush, lull, quiet, relaxation, repose, rest, stillness,…

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Common Sense: Get some

My favorite essential oil blend of the moment is Common Sense. I’ve got teenagers, and this stuff does a world of good towards protecting the Earth from their lack of, ahem…. discernment,shall we say.  Kids too, dare I say sometimes spouses, and a significant other or two?  Teenagers with significant…

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Carpet nightmares: Chewing gum edition

Tip—Stuck Gum “I found a chunk of gum stuck to our hall shag carpet. It had been there for several months, dried but thoroughly stuck to the fibers. I dabbed Thieves® Household Cleaner on a cotton ball, then rubbed it on the gum and let it sit for a minute.…

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