So with the new year looming I need to get back into the habit of not only looking after myself but trying to lose that baby weight that just won't go. Okay when I say baby weight well came on with baby and didn't leave after birth 3 years ago.
I'm doing a blog seriers on answering some of your top questions when it comes to essential oils. I thought this would be fun and a great way to get information out to you that you want to hear. I'll be doing a few of these blogs so please feel free to send me your questions via email, fb message, comment on my fb post about the blog or even comment on here. So here we go.
WOW I can't believe it is back to school time already. Tomorrow is the big day for us, getting prepped with school bags, lunches, snacks oh and don't forget the first day photo op. The other things we do in our house is preventing the back to school germs.
Most essential oils users know that peppermint is good for headaches and lavender is good for relaxing. So here is some information on some less known oils and popular ones that you didn't know that oil did that.
Doing laundry last night and the lovely smell of the calming blend called Serenity that I used in my dryer I had to blog it. First a little background and education:
I can't really tell you why I love this oil so much, I just do. I love the smell of it and it brings me a sense of calm and rest. That is why I added it to my stress relief roller bottle and my bed linen spray. I spray it on my pillow and I can smell the arbovitae in the undertones and I just hug my pillow and drift off into peaceful sleep. Now enough about me and my love of this oil and more about this oil.
Here we go again, my husband accidentally deleted my first draft so let's hope I can do this again..
Lavender is a smell you love or hate. there are not too many people in the middle grey zone. Although I should state that most people who dislike the smell of lavender are smelling the synthetic version of it.
You don't have to use harsh or toxic chemicals to get a clean sink or tub. Not only are these ingredients healthier for you to use but much more cost effective too. Better for the environment, health and wallet. All you need is some baking soda, essential oils and a touch of water.
Again wanted to share a great blog from my friend at Rebel Essential and all about her "why did I do that again?" moments and some hacks with peppermint essential oil.
How I use Tea Tree Essential Oil in my House
Everyone I talk to about Tea Tress essential oil know I am no fan of the smell. That came about from when I was a teen trying to use not very good stinky probably not even pure Tea Tree on my skin. Now that I'm a bit older and wiser I'm not only using 100% pure Tea Tree but very high quality which in turn not only works better but the side therapeutic benefits too.
Today I have my very good friend and excellent writer blogger of essential oils Kate of Rebel Essential. She wrote a blog that I would like to share with you on her love of Citrus Bliss which a great and important warning at the end of the blog.
“Why does it smell like creamsicles in here!?!?”
This is a common question around these parts as we are quite fond of diffusing doTERRA’s Citrus Bliss oil blend. It does, quite exactly, smell like a creamsicle!
Not only do I love the smell of 100% pure certified therapeutic grade essential oil but the amazing things you can do with it.
Lemon is a great degreaser so I put some in my cleaning spray with a protective blend of oils, vinegar, baking soda and a bit of water. It will also take gum out if hair!! Great tip for do it your selfers and hairdressers Lemon can take hair die off of skin. I found out it can also very easily just wipe off crayon off of car windows. Yep don't ask I have two little fun guys lol. It can also take permanent marker off of walls and as you can see in my pictures below off of tables. Full of crayon and permanent markers.
Picture taken after already trying to clean with other methods