Saturday, January 2, 2021

New Year New Me

Well, if you're reading this, you've survived 2020.  CONGRATULATIONS!!! Well, I vow that the upcoming year is going to be a great one.  My families health will be a major focus, as will my home, with maybe a few promises to myself.  I want to start meal planning, crafting and traveling.  We'll see how much I really do.  I don't make resolutions, but try to change focus.  What are your resolutions for the upcoming year?

Monday, September 28, 2020

A BIG Change is in the Air

The time has come for change.  I loved my career as a K Teacher for all these years, but I just can't keep up with all the things going on in technology.  I packed up my room during the Pandemic and came home.  Now I will decide what I want to do, as soon as I feel some kind of normalcy in my world.  The choices are endless.  Are any of you teachers?  Have any of you retired?  I guess I'll be spending more time here on my blog since TV doesn't interest me and I can't clean house all the time. 
I now have a cleaning routine and have been doing alot of decluttering.  I think crafting is definitely in my future since I loved it before I started teaching.  

Friday, June 22, 2018

it's growing season

Well, I once again am trying to grow tomatoes.  My DH has given up, since we don't agree on how many we should plant and how far from the house they belong.  Can any of you relate?  I am doing it my way this year.  He did convince me to plant too many so now I have a mess of tangled tomato vines, but they are growng and I am watching them regularly.  My Grandma would never have a garden because according to her," I had to do that growin' up and I'll never do it again."  I wonder what she would think of me now.  If they grow who wants a taste of a good tomato sandwich.   If you have any good recipes let me know.

Monday, June 11, 2018

Simple Changes

When I read how basic lifestyles were in the past I'm envious.  Today we have too much going on, running errands,  keeping up with news, cooking and cleaning for the home and family.  Oh, wait, that's sounds like then.  Why does it seem too much now?  I think we make things too complicated by not planning or thinking ahead.  I was so excited today when I actually didn't change my menu, just because I didn't have my usual ingredients.  I had planned spaghetti thinking I had my jar of sauce.  No I have never made it from scratch, seemed too complicated.  So get ready because ....... enter my essential oils.  I had fire roasted tomatoes,garlic, onion, oregano oil, basil oil, salt and pepper.  BAM!!!  Hubby is not a fan of tomato dishes, but he liked it.  It got a "pretty good" instead of the "it's allright" so once again the oils have it. 
If you would like to know more about these precious oils just let me know.  I love to share how amazing they are.

Saturday, April 7, 2018

And my Journey Continues

I attended the most amazing "Oily" Workshop today.  There was so much information shared and I had so many questions answered.  I don't understand why anyone would choose to put so many harmful products in their system when God has supplied everything we need.  
Lolli Gonzales is such a Blessing for sharing her knowledge with those willing to listen and who want to learn.  Our body is wonderfully made and we should do all we can to care for it.  As I get older I realize this and make changes as I can.  It's not easy, economical or fun sometimes, but Meetups like today make it like a new adventure in this chapter of life.  If you would like to know more about starting an Oily adventure let me know and i can get you started.  Thanx to Leah and Lolli for the encouragement!

Monday, January 15, 2018

starting the year off healthy

This past Fall I got a bit of cold or sinus crud and immediately started on a regime of oils.  My hubby, having a weak immune system, decided it couldn't hurt.  So far it has been amazing.  We never got down enough to just laze around and didn't miss any work.  Flu has been all around us and we still keep oiling it up and staying well.  These oils are a blessing and I wish more people would take them seriously.  After all God gave us all we would need to live on his Earth, so why not do it his way.  If you would like to learn more about living without constant medication and discomfort, let me hear from you.  I love to talk about the Oils.

Friday, December 8, 2017

Is the Cheap Stuff just as Good as Young Living

Are you still skeptical about spending so much on quality essential oils?  Here are some things to think about while standing in the Department store health aisle.
Oils are made from leaves, roots and other plant parts that must be harvested correctly by many people over several days just for a small amount of the oil.  It takes a lot of the plant, sometimes up to a ton of leaves, roots or plant parts to make just 1 bottle of oil.  It takes about 60 lemons for one bottle of essential oil and you only need one drop for a good dose of limonene which is good for so many ills.  this doesn't even include the effects of processing; which Young Living only uses one distillation near the site of harvest for the purest oil.  When you really think about it.  Could the cheaper companies afford to sell a quality product so cheap.

YL oils are full of high quality, potent oils that can pack a lot into one drop of pure health.  When used wisely, one bottle can last a long time and still provide the best care, compared to its counterpart, that has been overprocessed or maybe even adulterated.

Don’t skimp on your health.
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