The new year is here!
Are you ready to start the it well?
Have a listen to learn how you can create healthy habits and include plants in the form of essential oils to support your health and wellbeing in 2022
Starting your new year well can be simple.
It doesn’t have to be a source of stress!
I am a believe its all about creating healthy habits one step at a time.
Some of the healthy habits that I want to cultivate and have in place for the year ahead include
1, Focusing on some personal development/ challenges / reading books/ seeking clarity/ journaling to ask questions/ dig deeper and find who am I meant to serve while I am here on this planet
Some of my favourite books and authors include
> Mel Robbins “The 5 second Rule’
> Brendon Burchard “High Performing Habits’
> Brendon Burchard ‘ Growth Day App HERE
> Philip Baker ‘ Wisdom of Wealthy Achievers’
> Philip Baker ‘Secrets of Super Achiever’
> Dr Caroline Leaf ‘ Think and Eat yourself Smart’
> Robin Sharma ‘ The 5am club’
> Denise Duffied- Thomas ‘Get rich Lucky B**tch’
> Denise Duffield- Thomas ‘ Chillpreneur’
> John Maxwell ‘ the 21 Irrefutable laws of Leadership’
Some of my oils I would combine during these practices include using
> Laser Focused Rollerball blend with Rosemary Peppermint and Lime (which is a part of the BALANCE YOUR EMOTIONS ready to go rollerball set which is available HERE as well as in a diffuser to enjoy as you go about your day
2. Honouring and allowing time to focus on supporting the natural processes of the body using nuturition and essential oils such as
> Lemon Essential Oil is known for its cleansing and purifying properies in water throughout the day
>Smart and Sassy metabolic blend with Peppermint, Grapefruit, Lemon, Ginger Wild Orange and Cinnamon in my water and/ or in capsules . Please note Smart and Sassy is not suitable for those who are on blood thinners
> Zendocrine Detoxifying blend with Juniper Berry, Cilantro, Tangerine, Geranium and Rosemary and/ or with celery seed which is known for a cleansing and diuretic properties
3. Establish your morning and evening routines