Spice up Your Life
By Terri Bonin
If there’s one thing I know it’s spice. I have been spicing things up in my life (and bedroom ~ oooooh lala!) for years and years. Sometimes you just need a little extra spice to keep things interesting in your life. The same old all the time gets boring and feels mundane.
…I like to use my Young Living vitality essential oils in the kitchen and my regular oils in the bedroom. These oils are so potent that a little goes a long way. You can just dip a toothpick into the parsley vitality and stir it into your pasta sauce for some added flavor. In the bedroom, you can add a drop of black pepper to some carrier oil and make things interesting by adding a little warmth to the mood.
I used to be so bland and boring in the kitchen and now I find myself experimenting with oils on the daily. Did you know that Young Living just came out with a cilantro vitality oil? If you love cilantro then this is an epic addition to the kitchen. You can make some diluted edible oil mixtures to spice things up in the kitchen OR in the bedroom. Try new things, look up new recipes, and make things spicy again!
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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.