So, last night I wanted brownies. Bad. I held the brownie mix in my hand. I plotted how I would pop them in the oven right when the kids went to bed. I dreamed of them. I imagined how yummy they would taste. Then, I glanced over at the other ingredients in my pantry, and realized that I could make a much better choice for myself. Part of the YL lifestyle is stopping to think about what you eat. Wellness doesn’t just happen from a bottle of oil. I mean, I am better than downing a pan of brownies right? So I decided to make one of my all time favorite snack recipes instead. Continue reading
Have you ever really taken a close look at the labels on your personal care products? In hopes of trying for a more chemical free lifestyle, I decided to really look at what was in my deodorant. When I looked up what was in mine, I felt overwhelmed. Let’s take a look at some common chemicals found in most commercial brands. Continue reading
I am sure you all are busy like me, but let me share my story with you quickly since I hope you will be following me in the future!
My name is Heather and I grew up and currently live in Edmond, OK. I have been married to my awesome husband Brandon for 13 years. We have been so blessed with 3 children. My background was first as a hairstylist. After I had our first child, I started teaching childbirth classes via The Bradley Method. I also worked in my children’s Mother’s Day Out program. My husband is a Chiropractor and currently works as a Family Nurse Practitioner in the Emergency Room at a local hospital. Continue reading
If you are a member of Young Living then you have probably heard the word Oola floating around. If you are like me then you are also wondering what this funny word is all about and why it is important to you.
When I first found out about Oola I honestly didn’t understand it at all, but once I started diving into it, reading the book and truly discovering what Oola is all about, I fell in love with it and how it truly can change people’s lives. Continue reading
When you were younger how did you envision your life when you turned 30? I look back on when I was younger and if you had asked me that questions my answered would have been something very different than where life has taken me. I probably would have told you I would have a family, but I would be successful in my career, working full-time, living in a different house then the one we bought when we first got married, etc. Continue reading