The beginning of a new year is a time for fresh starts. Many people take this opportunity to make resolutions to make improvements in whatever part of their life is important to them.
Whether it be organizing your home, shedding those extra pounds, getting back to exercising, eating out less and cooking at home more, or just taking care of your mental health, there are a multitude of approaches to take on any one of these.
All one needs to do is look at all of the promotions that are running this time of year. There are advertisements supporting all of these things. Exercise equipment, home organization items, health club memberships, you name it, it's on sale right now.
Whatever you choose to do in the new year make it simple. And complement it with essential oils.
Organizing your home? Try diffusing some orange oil in our aromatherapy jewelry while you are working. The oil won't do the work for you (sorry about that) but it will help you stay energized and motivated to get the job done. And if the weather outside is cold and gray the citrus oil may also help fake you into feeling all sunshiney warm too while you are cleaning out that pantry!
Tackling a new workout routine? Keep your yoga mat clean and germ free with this blend: 2 drops of tea tree oil and 1 drop of lavender oil in a small spray bottle. Fill it up with distilled water and voila! Spritz in those smelly shoes or inside your gym bag every once in a while too to keep odors at bay. No one likes a stinky gym bag!
If the smell of roses makes you happy because it reminds you of your grandmother's garden, put a few drops of rose oil on our essential oil necklaces and carry that happiness with you all day.
The point is, whether you made a new year's resolution or not, and whether you keep it or not, a new year makes us all feel hopeful. Hopeful for new beginnings. Hopeful for fresh starts. Hopeful for happiness. Love yourself. Be kind to yourself. Happy New Year!
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