One of the things I love about essential oils is the variety of ways you can use them: from direct palm inhalation, to drops in a diffuser that fill a room, to combining with carrier oils for massaging onto the skin.
Last week I created what I am calling a “Body Wisdom Perfume.” It is a solid perfume made by combining essential oils with melted beeswax, almond oil, grape seed oil, and vitamin E. For my first perfume, I used a combination of lemon, cinnamon leaf, rosemary, and eucalyptus essential oils.
Please meet the beautiful and spicy Body Wisdom Perfume that I am calling: Red Hot & Holy. The name is inspired by Sera Beak’s passionate memoir about the divine feminine. This solid perfume is hand-crafted with love, using a combination of essential oils that together create a rejuvenating lift. The following describes each essential oil’s qualities: Continue reading
Over the weekend I found myself cooking up a homemade beauty product: a creamy lip balm made from beeswax, coconut oil, a squeeze of liquid stevia for sweetness and a trio of essential oils (eucalyptus, peppermint and a lavender blend called “Relax”).
My favorite part of this little adventure was the complete joy it brought me. I am regularly sharing with clients or writing at the blog that joy and expansive energy is always an excellent sign for being ‘on track’ (with your purpose, path, and inner compass.) I was both surprised and amused to find myself losing track of time and feeling like a child in a sand box, while exploring the world of small hand crafted beauty products. Continue reading
“Maybe this is my cause in life. Why I was put on the earth…to deal with this issue.” ~Bruce Jenner
Last week I waited with anticipation to watch the Diane Sawyer interview with Bruce Jenner. I was curious to here his story. I also felt surprised that it was happening, as he had seemed so secretive. When I used to catch glimpses of that wimpy sort of dad on Reality TV, I would wonder, “Whatever happened to Bruce Jenner, the 1976 Decathlete Champion?” Continue reading