Thursday, February 19, 2015

Kindle Love

I used to be so pro-old school. Still have about 10 bookcases with books double deep. But since i started my website Ever Naturally, I have about 2000 natural health reference based (usually $12.99-$24.99 print books) plus another 500 or so fiction books (also usually have print versions too) plus another 500 various books on various subjects. A virtual library worth thousands upon thousands of dollars - all for free. Most of those books are either in my kindle cloud or I've downloaded them and put them on disks. (you can pretty much fit a few thousand books on just one dvd-r). I have about 500 books on my kindle - that I can just slip in my purse and take with me anywhere. Yep, I have fully converted to the kindle religion. Its just plain awesome.

Kindle Amazon Link -

Free Kindle app for your phone, computer or tablet -

Ever Naturally -
The Juice Plus Folio -
Crunchy Deals -

Monday, January 12, 2015

Sharing Essential Oils with Friends

Another way to go to try essential oils is to buy a few drops from a friend or an aromatherapist (+some money for her trouble) and put in a roller bottle or spray bottle with fractionated coconut oil. In the past, I have had no money for oils, but I found that I can have a few blends this way and that was the only way I could afford them. This way everyone wins and paying it forward, etc. 
I find a rollerball with 6-10 drops of oil will last us about a month, even longer if its not an often used blend. For those who want to share the joy of essential oils with their friends - tell em - you buy the roller balls and fractionated oil - and I'll give you a few drops for each one. Its good too for sharing blends and trying blends that one person has and the other does not (bartering). Sharing the LOVE of essential oils.......

Amazon Link to Roller bottles:

Amazon Link to coconut oil:

Proper Dilution of oils:
2-6 drops in a rollerbottle full of coconut oil for kids
10-30 drops in a rollerbottle full of coconut oil for adults

Anything more is  wasteful (and who wants that?) and can lead to oil sensitivity.

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