The jellyfish is a symbol of faith, intuition and sensitivity as well. Most important is to have faith and to let natural forces lead you through your life. It is important not to force some things in life, but to let them happen on their own. The Nature will take care of everything. #favoritethings#jellyfish#marinelife#natureswisdom#giftsarefun
Anyone else have a babe who has baskets full of toys yet the only thing they really want are the cords in the wall, or the dogs toys? Yeah we're learning to stop buying toys and just give her tupperware instead♀️
How lucky am I to have Erica and the rest of the girls over at Dahlia Salon right across the street?! If only I could blowdry my hair the way Erica does. ♀️ Have you guys been over there yet? @dahlia_salon_cohasset
Excuse the double post, but I looked down and it dawned on me that I was using a thimble from my great-grandmother on my mom’s side and a needle from my great-grandmother on my dad’s side! One of the perks of being the only (modern) seamstress in the family is that I get passed down all the sewing tools from the family tree—-all things I’ve adored since childhood by the way, like that pin box commemorating the coronation of QEII! I would sneak into the guest room and marvel at it every time I’d visit my grandparents house! And that thimble? I would be devastated if it ever disappeared. It fits like it was made for me and I can’t sew without it. It makes me wonder if my great grandmother and I had the same hands, did it fit her just as well? Would they have ever guessed that one day their great-granddaughter would be sewing with their tools as she made her own wedding dress? It’s amazing the wonder you can find in ordinary things, what would someone find in your sewing kit 75 years from now? What are your family sewing treasures? #familyseamstress#familytree#greatgrandmother#likegreatgrandmotherlikegreatgranddaughter#familytreasures#familyheirlooms#sewing#sewingnotions#seamstress#familyhistory#thimble#needle#needleandthread#handsewing#thelittlethings#favoritethings
Read your labels! Many essential oils on the market are only PART pure plant essential oil. The good ‘ol FDA only requires them to be 10% pure. 🤯
What you should ook for:
• 100% pure therapeutic grade. Pure, natural, and organic are overused and unregulated terms.
• Clear directions of use on every bottle. It is so important to use oils properly. They are very powerful.
• Clear labeling of ingredients within the bottle. I can not stress this one enough. Purity matters!
• Clearly marked batch numbers. When dealing with a natural product there can be variation. This allows YL to make sure quality can be easily monitored.
• No expiration dates: with proper storage, controlled temp and no direct sunlight, these oils can last for YEARS.
Looking at these bottles makes me excited that I chose Young Living. #knowbetterdobetter