I feel deep down we’re all trying to support a healthier lifestyle, for ourselves and our families. Gifts are the best place to start to introduce oils to you and your loved ones. Knowing how oils work and how they can support us, really eases the gift giving process for me.
This year, it’s no secret that many of my loved ones will receive oily gifts. Swiping on some Valor, our courage oil, while I create this list of gift ideas for you.
Who is this guide for? Easy answer, anyone!
- purification & wool dryer balls
- stress away & bath bombs
- lemon vitality & a glass water bottle
- thieves & cozy socks
- lavender & cozy pajamas
- sleepyize & a stuffed animal
- shutran beard oil & northern lights black spruce
- mirah hair oil & a brush
- poppy seed lip scrub & lip balm set
- lime vitality & a cocktail shaker
- frankincense & a jade roller
- dragon time & a good book (a must for teens)
- thieves laundry soap & seedlings baby wipes (hack: toxic-free dryer sheets!)
- cinnamon bark vitality & a coffee mug
Know someone who loves oils? Here are some gift ideas for them too!
Also, this Friday at 7 PM MST (no longer than an hour!), I’m hosting a Holiday Gift Class! Come join me! Super fun! There will be plenty of DIY and DI-BUY gift ideas! Stocking stuffers, gift combinations, gifts for men, kiddos, young athletes, pets, and so much more! If you can’t attend live, marking going so you can access it after it’s over!
Tying you close,
This is my favorite photo of him to date. Thanks again, Olive.
One that brings tears to my eyes the second I see it. I can hear that laugh just looking at it. I meant to post this the evening of his birthday, but I’m glad I waited. I had more time to soak in the memory when this photo was taken this summer during our Virginia Beach trip. One I hope not to forget for a long time.
Sterling (actually, both kids) was on cloud nine, traveling across many states (always asking how many we had left), seeing the ocean, meeting my family in person beats FaceTime every time, spending time with cousins, hot summer days, boardwalk walks at night, sand everywhere, being in a pool where he couldn’t touch, but could bravely navigate the waters by himself. My kids have been drawn to water since they were infants. I’m the same way. I can’t get enough of it.
I hope when he looks back on his life and thinks about how things could and should be, he sees photos like this one and knows all I ever want for him is that. I want him to know I’ve got him. To not only come to me when he’s sad, but to come laugh with me too.
He’s the sweetest boy, and I’m not just saying that because I’m his mom. He really is. He’s thoughtful, caring, empathetic, and he wears his heart on his sleeve. Always wants to be in charge of the younger ones, always teaching and helping. He loves snuggles, especially if you ask him first. He loves being outside. He loves hunting. He loves Imagine Dragons (I really want to surprise him with a concert ticket sometime!). He loves our disco lights and our dance parties. He loves dinosaurs.
Sterling, we love you so much. We couldn’t imagine life without you by our side. You can make us laugh any time. Your imagination is amazing. You love reading (something I’m so grateful for) and you love math. You’re our bb and you are a ray of sunshine.
Love you bubba.
We got back late Sunday afternoon from one of my favorite places on earth, the lake cabin, owned by my great uncle and late great aunt. I’ve been coming to this place since I was a child, it’s where I discovered Harry Potter and I Love Lucy (The Long, Long Trailer being my absolute favorite). I watched my first Marilyn Monroe movie (Gentleman Prefer Blondes) and was fascinated with the music in Phantom of the Opera (and developed a love (and crush) for Josh Groban and his music).
I slept outside for the first time: on a cot, no tent, no cover, just me and the elements.I remember shaving my legs for the first time with one of my aunt’s nurses one summer. I remember jumping off the dock as fast as it took me to change into my bathing suit after our arrival (when we didn’t arrive at night), scared for my life a fish might come find me and actually touch me! I learned how to fish and caught lots of bass and even a few northerns (you wouldn’t catch me ever taking one off the hook though, I couldn’t bear to touch them). I remember camp fires, always with s’mores, always.
This place is a slice of heaven on earth, magnified by the amazing beauty of the space and location, as well as the memories it holds. This weekend was our last visit for the year as my uncle travels to California when the cold weather hits South Dakota.
The kids learned to play Go Fish and it was so much fun to watch them interact while playing. Sterling would raise his eyebrows every time he would ask if we had something. Harper would respond to our do you have questions with no, but I have a ______ and name another number she did have. It was super cute and we played at least one hundred times. I got to read more of Girl, Wash Your Face and it is so good.
One for the books, for sure! Already looking forward to next summer’s visits!