Making Wellness Normal
By Terri Bonin
There are many times that we fall into habits and patterns that aren’t necessarily healthy for us. Headache? Pop a couple of aspirins. Sore tummy? Pepto Bismal to the rescue. Sometimes it’s easier to just use what we know regardless of the side effects they could be having on our bodies.
Adding wellness into your life can be just as easy as…
Turning on your diffuser each day. That’s not so hard, is it? Add a couple of oils to it and let the goodness flow through your living room, or office, or wherever you happen to be. The pretty colors of the Young Living diffusers are mesmerizing and soothing and have always had a calming effect on me. Once you’re used to turning on that diffuser every day put a couple of vitality oils with some empty capsules or some supplements beside it to remind you to take those as well.
It’s a process y’all. Adding wellness to your life may come in stages and that’s okay! The important thing is that you begin to switch your habits over because your wellness really does depend on it. No one wants to be dependent on drugs for the rest of their lives. If you take time to take care of yourself now then you won’t have to work so hard later on in life. Make wellness a part of your normal routine and you’ll be thanking yourself later on in life.
Meet Terri Bonin, the author of 31 Days to Fit, 14 Days to Ignite Your Marriage, and Live, Laugh, Love, and Laundry. Terri’s 23-year union with her favorite dentist (her husband), has been prosperous in their prolific production of 10 darling children. She also holds a degree in nutritional counseling which seems to be most frequently used to persuade her children to eat their greens. Terri’s secret pleasure is sneaking away from juggling the daily tasks, homeschooling, and dating her husband to escape to her office to write for her own enjoyment. As you can imagine she has a LOT to write about!
*Disclaimer: The information above is based on my research and personal use of Young Living Essential Oils. I am not a doctor. Statements, products, and techniques mentioned have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.