Autumn is in the air here in the northeastern United States and October is in full swing. With a new month comes new Young Living promotions, and I’m here to tell you all about them – plus add a special one of my own for those of you who live in the Tri-State area (NY, NJ, CT). Whether you are just beginning your toxin-free journey this month, or already became a member last month with me, I have a treat for you! No tricks. Continue reading →
Ever since the inception of Instastories, we’ve gotten the chance to see a lot of the people we follow more in depth. It’s one thing to see someone’s stream and peruse along when they post filtered up pictures. It’s another to see them almost in real time, in 10 second snippets, as they go about their daily routines. This has caused me to develop relationships – Friends in My Head, as coined by Wendy Williams – with people I don’t know in actual life. In no specific order, here are the Top 8 Friends in My Head from Instastories. Continue reading →
Many people are aware of the inviting aroma produced by diffusing essential oils in their homes. They are also becoming informed of the physiological effects of therapeutic grade essential oils on their body. However, few people know or understand that there are correlations between essential oils and emotions. Today I posted on Instagram about Young Living’s Field™ blend. The description says that it has been specially formulated to encourage feelings of self-worth and strength that may help you reach your true unlimited potential. The question was asked, “How does an oil accomplish that?” Continue reading →
Have you ever been going about your day peacefully, when suddenly your child does or says something that is completely unacceptable? You quickly jump into action to catch them in the act, pointing out the deed, making sure your child knows what they have committed will not be tolerated. You may even wag your finger, raise your voice, and threaten punishment if said behavior is ever exhibited again. This is what we call discipline, and it’s a must. Children need to know when they’re out of line.
Sooo why then do we find ourselves in this cycle over and over again concerning the same exact behaviors? Continue reading →
I feel as though I am sounding like a broken record, but I have education on the brain a lot lately. Yesterday I spoke about how and why to avoid having your children placed on a remedial track in public school; but what about children like me who are placed in advanced tracks from Elementary school? Is it beneficial? What are the ramifications of having high expectations set on you for achievement from a young age? We look at our overachieving smiling kiddos and assume they’re happy, but a lot of times they are under tremendous tension. Continue reading →