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‘Tis the Season of Reflection: 2010 Decade Edition

It is extraordinarily hard to believe that we are reaching very rapidly toward a new decade. As I look back over the past ten years, it is amazing to take in just how much has changed not only in my life, but in the world we live in. Here is a brief recap of my ... Read more

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Lindsey’s Top Destinations in New York City

It’s just another day in the Empire State in New York City. One of my favorite things about New York is that everyone comes to visit. But what are some spots that you should not miss? Check out some of my top destinations in New York City. Take In a Show One of my favorite ... Read more

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How to Make the Most of the Mona Farm

There is so much to fit into your convention agenda that it may seem overwhelming. When I first discussed a position with Young Living, Gary insisted that I went to the farm. There is so much to see at each and every farm, but it is very important make the most of the Mona farm. ... 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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‘Tis the Season for Reflection

2018 was quite a year! Finally, I have a clue about where the heck I am in New York City. I am now a CYT-200 (Certified Yoga Teacher). I am newly certified in the Aroma Freedom Technique. And I am on day 18 of 365 days of meditation. ‘Tis the season for 2018 reflection. Here’s ... Read more

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Why I Hate New Year, New You

In some ways, the beginning of a new year offers a clean slate. Many people set goals, make resolutions, and begin new habits in January. To some extent, I take advantage of this time to set goals for the coming year and reflect on the passing year. I’m all for striving to better yourself and ... Read more

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The 5 Best Spots in New York City at Christmas

New York City has so many highlights to see throughout the year. But there’s something extra special about NY at Christmastime. Of course, you have your standard must-see sights, such as the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree or the lights in Central Park. But there is so much more to see just a bit more off ... Read more

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On Travel: A Travel Reflection

A few years ago, I was a frequent traveler to the South of France from London. On July 14, 2016, a terrorist drove a car into a crowded town square in Nice. I had dozens of people reach out to me, concerned that I was in Nice at the time. After the incident, a had ... Read more

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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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Why I’ll Never Be an Aromatherapist

No Disrespect to Any Aromatherapist It just isn’t the path that I will ever pursue. Last week a super fan tagged me in a post on Facebook where an essential oil company stated that I was not a doctor nor was I trained in aromatherapy. They suggested that this made me unqualified to suggest that ... Read more

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A Reflection on Gary Young

It was with a heavy heart that Young Living learned of the death of founder Gary Young. Gary was a man who changed countless numbers of lives, including mine. The Myth Became Man Before I started working for Young Living, I looked at Gary as larger than life. He was the founder of the modern ... Read more

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I am Secure in God’s Love: Reflection on Aroma Freedom Technique Training

Throughout my entire life, I have struggled with insecurity. It probably stems from my dad leaving when I was a kid.  Though I am old enough to understand that marriages fall apart, and that people fall in and out of love, and that divorces happen, the scars of childhood are really hard to work through. ... Read more

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Make the Best, Even in Tough Times

The Bomb Cyclone ensured that all flights into and out of New York City were canceled. So, I could not travel to see my pals Jilene and Duane Hay.

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‘Tis the Season For Reflection

What a year 2017 has been! The end of the year is always a season of reflection. 2017: it seems a year of the highest highs to the lowest lows. My one little word for 2017 was “Learn”. It has certainly been a year packed with lessons. In January, it was announced that I was ... Read more