As we all know, spring is the season for gardening. If you think that gardening is just putting seeds in the ground, you might find this article interesting. It seems there is much more to it than just having good dirt and water to grow your plants. dōTERRA has 8 Tips for Starting Your Own Organic Garden that make the process much friendly for those who have yet to develop the green thumb. What tips and tricks have you discovered that made your garden flourish?
Keeping your hands as nourished as your plants is an important aspect to keep in mind while gardening. dōTERRA has created just the recipe to get your hands clean and moisturized after a morning in the dirt. You can check out the recipe here: https://doterra.com/US/en/gardener-hand-soap.
We are so lucky to have Dr. Hill as one of our executives! Essential oils became much less confusing and more useable as soon as I learned more about their chemistry. I really enjoyed reading this article because, in my own experience, I knew the essential oils were working for me, but I wasn’t sure why or how. I am the sort of person that needs to know the ‘why’. Learning more about the chemistry can seem daunting which is why I love how Dr. Hill breaks it down for us. He gives an easy to understand explanation of the science behind how and why these drops can do so much for our wellness. What other resources have you found that help you understand the ‘why’ behind your favorite oils?https://doterra.com/US/en/brochures-magazines-doterra-living-fall-2015-ask-dr-hill
This woman is one of my heroes! Diabetes and obesity is everywhere in America and Lavonia Nowell is a doTERRA Wellness Advocate that is teaching others how to avoid it through a processed-free diet. She lost weight through this healthy lifestyle change and now she helps others to do the same. I also found the Processed-Free America site to be really educational! This is a must-read! https://doterra.com/US/en/about/caring-volunteer-processed-free-america
I am amazed that the earthquakes in Nepal were just the beginning of a terrible problem. Reading this article helped me to see that the after-math of the quake was just as bad, if not worse, as the earthquake itself. After the earthquake, people were at greater risk of infection, disease, and so much more, but I was grateful to hear that non-profits like CHOICE Humanitarian and the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation acted fast to help support them. For an uplifting note, read this article!