The Compound Effect

The Compound Effect
Being unhealthy doesn’t just happen overnight. I didn’t go to bed one night perfectly fine and wake up with disease the next day. Disease and illness began LONG before I saw signs of it. Its a result of choices I made daily that compounded over time. Genetics may have played a part, but they're not the only player in the game. 

On the flip side, healing from any kind of chronic illness also takes efforts of compounding. Daily choices continue to play into how I feel and if I recover. 


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Look What I Found

I’ve been battling a little bit of a dry, scratchy throat. and I know from experience, the Thieves Cough Drops (combined with menthol from peppermint essential oil) do the trick to comfort and soothe. Seriously, they are the bomb! They have spoiled me against all other cough and throat drops.
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Be Inspired

Be Inspired

If you’re looking for inspiration on how to make a difference in your health, look no further. If you’re also looking for way to be in an inspiration to others (while you grow a rewarding business), you’ve come to the right place. I can help you get started with both!

I’ve got a “class in a bag” that I would love to send you. It has a sample YL product (Did you know we have more than essential oils?) an essential oil roll-on blend and a some easy reading that will teach you the what and why of essential oils, plus a bonus mini- version of the book that was such an inspiration to me: Gameplan!
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Young Living

Early Reflections On The Empty Nest

Early Reflections On The Empty Nest
I bought myself ice cream today. Dairy free, that is. I have been craving it the last couple  nights. 
That's because I am finding these first few nights without my daughter at home difficult and my emotions are getting the best of me. It's the time of day I would see her the most. When we would eat dinner   together and watch our favorite shows. Often she would have a bowl of ice cream too.
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Hope- The First Part

Hope. 


I can’t live without it, but yet when it disappoints, which it often does, it leaves me grieving. 


Right now, I’m clinging to it. I saw a glimpse of what could be. Past realities tell me it won’t happen. Present realities make me doubt as well. 


But, here’s the thing.


Lazarus was in the grave four days before Jesus came. Hope of his healing was buried with him. His family grieved. Jesus wept.


Jesus also died and was buried. He was in the grave for two days. Where was hope then?

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