Friday, April 4, 2014

Keep Talking...

This post has been coming on for a while, but today I feel compelled to spill it all out on the page.

Essential oils have been in my life for three months now. I talk about essential oils a lot. I meet people to chat, I host classes, I offer samples when someone has a health concern that can be helped with oils. I do these things a lot. 

I want to share my experience. I want everyone to feel as good as I do. I want to empower people to take care of themselves, and give their bodies the tools to heal.

Also, I want to heal myself. Everyone knows I've had a hell of a year. 2013 kicked my ass, emotionally, physically, spiritually. It was full of highs and lows. I don't post with the tag "life lessons" anymore, but you can find them here.

2014, so full of promise, isn't delivering quite as fast as I'd like. So many pieces of my life felt out of control for so long, and the oils were a piece that came at just the right time. Like I wrote about here, "Chill Pill" was a game changer for me. It helped me return to myself. I wanted to share, and when I did, the interest was overwhelming. My business has grown so fast and is so rewarding. In only a month, I had regained my initial investment, and now, at three months in, it's putting a little spending money in my pocket. It's opening doors to new friendships, and it has the potential to really explode. It's a piece of life that I have complete control over - I can grow it as fast or slow as I want, I step back my involvement or throw myself in head first.

I talk about essential oils all the time because they are a very bright spot in my life. These oils work, and I want to share them with everyone. I talk about them because, some days, I don't have much else to talk about. I talk about them because they make me happy, and they make me feel good about myself. I feel really proud of the impact I'm making, on myself, on my family, and on my community. I'll keep on talking about them, for as long as I feel passionate about them. That's just what I do.