A Garden Experiment: Preserving

Recently, I came across a challenge on Instagram that encouraged folks to find something in their garden each day of August that could be preserved. The challenge was best suited to Northern Hemisphere climates and end-of-summer produce but I loved the idea so thought...

5 Boredom-busters for Creative Kids

Like most parents, I’ve spent a substantial amount of time telling bored kids to find something to do. I’m a firm believer that children need to be bored in order to learn to overcome boredom, so I hesitate to fill their hours with activities and ideas of my own...

Breastfeeding: Lessons and Musings

I went into motherhood without much thought about breastfeeding. Insofar as I did think about it, I expected it to be something I would do without much hassle or emotion. I had literally no idea about the amazing physical and emotional benefits of breastfeeding for...

Simplifying Low-tox Cleaning

People have been using bleach-based products to clean their homes since the 50s, but guys… it’s not good stuff! Recent research conducted with over 9000 European children aged between 6 and 12 found bleach to be associated with a higher chance of illness....

Why Is It So Cheap?

Why is it that we focus on why a particular product is “so expensive”? Why don’t we ask the opposite question of why a competing product is so cheap? Recently I was in our local discount store and they had toothpaste available for $2. Two bucks. As a business owner,...

The Young Living Business

I want to take some time today to speak about the business side of Young Living. It’s something we don’t really see spoken about much, but it’s hugely important to speak about it because I feel not enough people understand what it means to run a Young Living business...

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