I live on a hobby farm in Central Texas with my husband and three kids. In the past five years I have learned to ride horses, raise chickens, and coax a garden out of inhospitable Texas clay. There is never a dull moment around here between fence repair, fending off bobcats, and feeding all the creatures.
I love sharing stories about our adventures on the farm. I love growing, cooking, and preserving good food for abundance that lasts well past harvest. And I love teaching others to do the same.
But what do I love most?
My heart beats to inspire others toward adventure and abundance in their own journey to spiritual, physical, and emotional wellness.
Essential oils are a natural element of this drive for adventure and abundance, because they possess the ability to assist in all of those wellness areas. Won’t you come along and let me show you more?
We would love to welcome you to the Adventuring WELL team today!
Pressed from the fresh rinds of the fruit, Lemon Vitality is a delicious essential oil that has that wonderfully nostalgic taste and smell of lemon drop candy. It’s a great substitute in any recipe calling for fresh lemon juice, rind, or flavoring—without all the hassle of zesting, grating, or juicing. It’s especially good in shortbread cookies, jams, or even a glass of ice-cold water.
Lemon Vitality’s versatility in sweet and savory recipes is what makes this fruit a popular item in kitchens around the world. Use Young Living’s Lemon Vitality™ essential oil to add flavor to savory foods like fish and chicken or sweet foods like pastries and cakes. Lemon Vitality oil has a bright taste you’ll want to keep on hand for almost anything you whip up. I’m available for any essential oil question – Get in touch!
Traveling today. What do I just *have* to keep on my person while in the airport?
PanAway for the knot in my shoulder.
Stress Away for self soothing.
Valor because never be without it.
Thieves to ward off airborne ick.
Grapefruit to flavor the water.
Digize in case of upset tummy.
There was a pouch of NingXia juice but that was gone before I fully woke up. Ain’t no germs catching me today! #adventuringwell
Christmas came early for me this year, in the form of a bottle of nostalgia.
In 1997 I met Santa Monica, California. The traffic, the pollution, the jaded waiters and bartenders who were all also actors and filmmakers–all were as foreign a culture to this Ohio girl as if I had moved to another country.
But the fragrance of Santa Monica by moonlight captured my heart for eternity. Night Blooming Jasmine, floating heavy on the evening breeze, lifted my spirits every evening as we drove our convertible along tree lined neighborhood streets. That scent came to represent all the best of old Hollywood and new beginnings.
A few weeks ago someone passed a bottle of Jasmine essential oil around a circle of friends for all to smell. And I was transported back almost 20 years to a time full of hope and anticipation. I went home and cashed in all my reward points collected over six months, and ordered myself a bottle of Santa Monica by Moonlight.
And today it arrived.