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The Healing Power of Music

Humans seem to have a universal bond with music. Music can trigger an emotional response, provide a creative outlet for self expression, and distract our brains from the stresses of the world. So much so that many providers use music as a therapeutic tool to assist with healing. The healing powers of music extend far ... Read more

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15 Must-Haves for New Cat Owners

Many of you know I recently got a kitten. This is the first pet I’ve owned in my adult life, and in the beginning I was a bit clueless about what I needed to keep her comfortable, happy, and entertained. For anyone who has ever owned a kitten, you know they want to play constantly, ... Read more

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5 Signs of a Healthy Menstrual Cycle

How do you describe your menstrual cycle? Predictable or erratic, heavy or light, painful or just inconvenient? I’m sure you can think of dozens of adjectives to describe your monthly cycle, and yours would be different than every other woman. Because just like every other parameter of health, there is no perfect way to have ... Read more

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7 Step Guide to Making Decisions

Do you feel overwhelmed by the constant pressure to look right, act right, and be perfect? Instead of trusting everyone else’s opinion, this guide will teach you 7 steps to make decisions that honor your inner voice, optimize health, and serve your higher purpose. This guide will teach you how to cut through the confusion and decide.

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The Health Benefits of Owning a Pet

There’s a reason why dogs are dubbed man’s best friend. Dogs, cats, and other pets make wonderful companions and provide many emotional and physical benefits. Some of the health benefits of owning a pet may surprise you. Let’s have a look at some of the ways you may not even be aware that your furry companion ... Read more

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Zodiac Blends for Every Season

When I saw the new Zodiac Roller Bottle Collection from Whimsy and Wellness, I just had to come up with some fun recipes for the zodiac signs. This year especially, it seems we can use some grounding and focusing, and these blends are just the trick. You can mix up all of them and use ... Read more

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The Medicine of Social Connection

As humans, we are created for relationships. From birth, we rely on other humans to meet our needs, both physical and emotional. Much of our identity and how we perceive the world comes from our interpersonal interactions. The medicine of social connection goes way beyond just being happy and fulfilled. Health Benefits of Social Connection ... Read more

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3 Ways Your Period Affects Sleep and What You Can Do About it

As if cramps, mood swings, fatigue, and insatiable food cravings aren’t enough, you may have noticed that you don’t seem to sleep well around the time of your period. Well girls, you’re not alone. There are lots of ways your period affects sleep. While there isn’t always much we can do, there are some things ... Read more

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Free Essentials Download

Essentials is an educational tool like no other. 75 easy to understand answers about essential oils and supplements. This book teaches you to cut through bad blogs and misinformation online. I want to give you the first 5 chapters for free!

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Detoxifying the Liver: 5 things to avoid and 5 things to consume

Your liver is responsible for over 400 essential functions in your body. It sifts through literally everything that enters your body, so it’s important to make sure it’s operating in tip-top shape. Detoxifying the liver helps reduce toxins, which can improve overall health and often leads to weight loss. The Role of the Liver The liver’s ... Read more

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Garbage Disposal Tabs with Essential Oils

This recipe combines the power of lemon and lime essential oils to quickly freshen a smelly garbage disposal. These handy garbage disposal tabs are a cinch to mix up with ingredients you probably have on hand. Then just pop a couple in the disposal to freshen! Ingredients 3/4 cup baking soda 1/2 cup salt 1 ... Read more

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In Offense of Masks

Ok. . .here goes. For months, people have been sending me messages regarding the use of masks to protect against the transmission of COVID-19. Many of you agree with me about the unnecessary use of wearing cloth or surgical masks in public. Others disagree and have engaged in some intelligent dialogue, while others have been, ... Read more

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Bottoms Up Diaper Cream

Every mom understands the dilemma of diaper rash. Because baby’s tender bottom is kept tucked away in a moist environment for hours every day, this can result in all kinds of irritation, rash, and soreness. Sadly, most store-bought diaper creams contain toxic chemicals that don’t belong anywhere near your little one’s most tender parts. This ... Read more

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Cooking with Essential Oils for Flavor and Nutrition

I love cooking with a variety of herbs and spices. I thoroughly enjoy coming up with new flavor combinations and interesting foods. Virtually every culture has unique spices and flavors from using the goodness of herbs and plants to season foods. Extending the use of plants as seasonings to essential oils gives us even more ... Read more