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How to use essential oils for emotional support

I've been fascinated by essential oils for a few years now, but I've never committed to try them consistently. Few drops of lavender here, a bit of peppermint there but that was it.

Then, 5 months ago, I went to a silent retreat and one lady from the staff came to pick me up at the train station. I got into her grey BMW station wagon and the smell in her car was sooooo good. Almost instantly my shoulders dropped, my face relaxed. I felt calm and peaceful. It was an amazing essential oils blend she made for herself.

4 months later, I'm giving essential oils a shot. My friend Lauren Wilkie gave me 10 sample oils to try and a blend for the girls, called BALANCE. These tiny bottles have been in our house for a bit over than 3 weeks now and they've already became an integral part of our life. The girls love to roll the oil under their feet before to go to bed and my husband and I are smelling a different oil every day, giving us a chance to connect and to talk about something which is not kids related.

I suspect this is the point of not return...I can't wait to try more!

If you're curious to know more on how you can use essential oils for supporting your emotions and mood, watch the interview with Lauren below.

Heads up: we had some internet issues at the beginning, so for the first 5mins Lauren is breaking out a little bit. The rest of the interview sounds good.

I hope this interview piqued your curiosity on how you can use essential oils for your overall well-being.

If you want to get in touch with Lauren for a free consultation, head over to her website or find her on Instagram at

Now, Lauren and I would like to hear from you.

What's your biggest insight from this conversation? Are you ready to try some essential oils?

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Until next time...

Be WILD, be YOU.

With love and appreciation,


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