Last weekend my friend Becky from Organizing Made Fun came for a visit. I just LOVE getting to see friends who are like-minded and we can have great conversations and challenge each other.
I’ve got some great stuff to share with you today as you prepare for the weekend! I do a lot of writing for other sites and I forget to share those articles with you because my brain only works at half speed these days.
Isn’t it funny how when our vision becomes reality we tend to see only the possible things that can go wrong? Or is that just me?
Yesterday I somehow got the song, “76 Trombones” stuck in my head and now I am going to have to find myself a support group for people who are tortured by Broadway.
Right now I’m sitting in the Dallas airport trying to figure out a way to sum up the past few days. I would normally do that on Monday morning, all casual and lounging in my recliner with my kids around me chatting me up.
Before I started working with Young Living I never wanted to do it as a business. Like never, ever, ever! I am not a good salesperson, I don’t keep receipts, I can barely maintain my busy life, what do I need another business for?!
I decided on Wednesday morning that I either needed to make the pods or start dusting the ingredients that had been sitting on my bathroom shelf. So I went for it.
But have you ever though of it as art? Art is enchanting and art is messy and each workmanship is unique. It involves creativity and humanness and mistakes. You can’t have a quality piece of art without a lot of trial and error and erasing and lessons.
When I first started is was a mystery, like I am sure, to many of you! I mean, I understood that God gave us plants to help our bodies work and that eo’s were a great way for us to get those plants into our bodies, but HOW to start?!
Y’all know I love me some Young Living essential oils. To me it’s not just a substitute for OTCs, but a lifestyle choice. We need help and support in many areas besides being sick.