What is a typical oily day in my life? Here goes!
6:00 am: I wake up each day around 6am. I slap my Fitbit on my wrist and jump out of bed. I brush my teeth with Thieves toothpaste with added Peppermint and Orange Vitality oils (I like the added zing!) and swish/gargle with Thieves Mouthwash. I finish off my morning routine by rolling Stress Away across my shoulders and putting Valor down my spine. Usually around this time my daughters will come into my room to choose their own oils for the day. They are 5 and 7 and have a great sense on what oils help them. My youngest normally picks Peace & Calming, while my oldest usually chooses Valor and Lavender.
I get my 3 kids ready, rolling each of their feet with Thieves oil (my feet included!) and off to school and into work by 7:15am where I work as a Registered Nurse in the School Health Office. During the ride to school we diffuse a variety of oils in the car, depending on the mood my girls are in. I let them choose. It's normally Peace & Calming or Excite.
7:30am: I like to start my day with NingXia Nitro to help put a pep in my step. I fill up my glass water bottle and add a few drops of Peppermint Vitality. I will drink on this throughout the day, refilling as needed. I also put my small diffuser on and include oils such as Peppermint and Orange to help brighten up the day.
8:00am: After I have eaten a small breakfast I will take my Super C and Super B tablets. ** head over to fine Thyme & Wellness on Facebook for the rest of the day! ** #younglivingessentialoils#youngliving#younglivingessentialoils#dayinthelife#efoilydays#thymeandwellness#yleo#natural#naturescure#naturopathicmedicine#health#healthy#holistic#alternativehealth#alternativewellness#wellness#essentialoils#myrtlebeachsc#ashevillenc#albemarlenc#nc#northcarolina#concordnc#chemicalfree#charlottenc#thymeandwellness#chemicalfreeliving
On our road trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina we came across Warbird Park. Warbird Park has planes that were once stationed at the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. The base closed in 1993, but the planes are there for visitors to see. Children have a chance to be close to historic planes, and in some cases, they can touch them too. Learn more @healthyfamilytravels link in bio.