I love the cold. I have long dreamt of moving somewhere with stable seasons. But being a Florida girl, I never realized what the cold was going to do to my hair. And let me tell you, it’s not good.
My journey to essential oils was prompted by desperation. I wasn’t interested in the pretty diffusers, or replacing the candles from my home. I was looking for…… Read more “Why Essential Oils?”
Did you know that 52.6% of all New Year’s resolutions are health related? And, according to the statistics, only 9.2% of people will achieve the goals that they set for themselves in their resolutions. I can’t decide if I think that’s depressing or simply challenging. I must admit that my first thought upon reading those numbers was, “Bite me, Statistics.”
I am a fan of the Do-Over. And 2017 has been a year that I’m not really going to mind doing over. It’s been hard, y’all. And I did not achieve my goals. So, let’s try again, shall we?
Hygge (pronounced hue-guh, rhymes with cougar) is a Danish word used to describe the feeling of coziness. It is the idea that we can create our own…… Read more “Do you Hygge?”
Depression is an asshole. It is an evil, insidious thing that creeps up on you and before you even realize it’s happening, it’s taken hold of you and locked you up in a box of cold, icy, silence. It makes you feel alone, invisible, and unloved- even when you’re surrounded by family and friends. Depression is not logical. It’s chemical.
Bergamot is an edible citrus fruit that is a hybrid between an bitter orange and a lemon. Bergamot essential oil is often used to treat depression, stress…… Read more “Bergamot”
Blue Tansy is a member of the Asteracae family that originated in Morocco. It is an interesting Essential Oil because it can be difficult to obtain the…… Read more “Blue Tansy”
Lemon is a citrus fruit in the Rutaceae family. The Essential Oil is distilled from the peel. It takes 75 lemons to make one 15mL bottle of…… Read more “Lemon”
Peppermint is a hybrid mint in the Lamiceae family indigenous to Europe and the Middle East, although it is now cultivated in many regions around the world…… Read more “Peppermint”