When I first started using essential oils, I heard a story about a woman who had only a bottle of Basil oil and used it for everything for an entire year before she moved on to other oils. At the time, I wondered if that could really be true. This post covers only some of… Continue reading Basil
Today’s blog post is very long. That’s because I want to give you a fair overview of all the possible uses for the humble bag or box of baking soda that you may have stored in one or more cabinets in your home. I admit that there are many applications listed here that I have… Continue reading Baking Soda
A friend recently asked me if I recommend using hydrogen peroxide. This post is the answer. Hydrogen peroxide is a chemical compound with the formula H₂O₂ (i.e., water with an extra oxygen atom). In its pure form, it is a very pale blue, clear liquid, slightly more viscous than water. Many consider it a non-negotiable… Continue reading Hydrogen Peroxide
Around the globe, people are being challenged to cope with a completely new daily life rhythm in the face of quarantine, social distancing, unanticipated home schooling and working from home or in unaccustomed settings, and more, all resulting from the spread of a novel coronavirus strain. One of the most frequently reported conditions that many… Continue reading Focus
Earlier this week, a friend asked me for some advice on using essential oils in tea. The more I thought about how to answer her, the longer the answer got in my head. I realized that I wanted to approach both teas and oils in such a way that a blog post would be the… Continue reading Tea and Essential Oils
This is a guest post written by Tiina Nellis, Advanced Rapid Transformational Therapist, Clinical Hypnotherapist, and Personal & Business Performance Coach. She is based in England and serves domestic and international clients online. If you'd like more information on her work, please visit her website (www.tiinanellis.com), and follow her on Instagram @tiina_nellis Where do I… Continue reading ANXIETY! How can I help myself?
Robins and dandelions are among the very first signs of spring here in western Pennsylvania. This past winter, mild temperatures even encouraged them to flower in unusual months. But certainly by March, they are showing up as the first pollen providers for the growing season ahead. They are an amazing plant and definitely not the… Continue reading Dandelions