You have a voice. Within you there is a unique voice. As unique as your fingerprint. We each have it. This voice represents your heart, it exudes your values, gives reality to your dreams and brings your authenticity into this world. Today you have the opportunity to use it. As a leader, one of your most powerful tools will be your voice.
Since July 2014, we all have become completely obsessed with our essential oils. Quite a few of you have also jumped aboard the oily train and we have been talking oils and sharing ideas in our private oil discussion groups. Meanwhile, many others have expressed interest and have asked how we are using them, so I am going to share with all of you how we use them on a daily basis.
Someone mentioned to me the other day about adding essential oils to their shower for their own little spa get away. Love that idea, because I really don't always have time for a bath and so it would be awesome to add some oils to my shower. Well, I dropped two drops of oil in my shower and it was amazing, but didn't last real long. Off to pinterest I go, and after "some" time, I found ideas to make shower bombs! So, yesterday, we made some congestion releasing shower bombs, because my kiddos are fighting off another bug, and I was hoping to help provide a little bit of relief for them, and we know how amazing essential oils are for inhalation therapy!
This three ingredient chocolate is so easy, and delicious. Did I mention healthy? Really. It is. Plus, for us, it doesn't have any of those icky additives like soy, and it is processed peanut free, because we make it in our own kitchen. Also, no dairy!
Everyone has a story. This morning, I was thinking about how thankful to be right here in this moment, in this day, with these people and doing and planning for life. In particular, another Essential Oil 101 class tonight. It then brought me back to the journey. This isn't just an overnight thing for me. Oils aren't just something that I decided, hey, these look cool, and maybe I can make some money. Nope. Not even close. This story starts in October 2007 with the birth of my daughter.
For Christmas, my husband surprised me with a Kindle paperwhite, and for the first time in A REALLY LONG TIME, I am reading! I am currently on my third book since I received it. Obviously, this was a great gift. Thank you Dear.
After having kids, I quickly realized that my brain just didn't remember things as efficiently as it once had. So, I began the quest of a life organizer. I had tried written plain planners (which I recently found the stack of failed attempts in my office). I tried using technology. While I LOVE my iphone, and it is really nice being able to sync with my husband's calendar through google, it just didn't work for me. I'm not very good at committing to exact times for certain to-do's. It has to be a bit more flexible for me. So, after a few weeks, that was it. Last year, I resorted to creating my own planner. After purchasing three different sets of planners, punching and re-punching the holes, add and removing pages, I finally had a planner that worked for me. (I know it worked because I effeciently used it from April- December last year! Wooo-hooo!!!)