What if we actually believed that we always have enough time? In my sister’s 28 years it was as if she lived three lifetimes. She showed me that there is always enough time to do the things you love and that’s why I do what I do. 🦋
The problem is, most of us don’t know what we really want.
Or we cover it up with what’s expected of us.
Or we feel that we don’t deserve it.
And push away our gut feelings that are trying to guide us.
And then we start to feel like we don’t have TIME.
And we feel rushed.
We panic that our life is going by without us really living it.
But we don’t know what we really want and we get stuck in this cycle of HUSTLE and GRIND for TIME instead of consciously creating the life we really want.
That's why I do what I do.
I've been selling doTERRA essential oils since January 2017--I'm not a life coach. I call myself an "essential oil guide" or plant witch. I help stressed-out moms grow deeper roots through earthy self-care habits with essential oils for better sleep, better skin, and more time for doing things we love 🦋 Follow on IG and check out some classes below!
- Mary Oliver
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I’ve been selling doTERRA essential oils since January 2017 and in that time I’ve held maybe three or four in-person “classes”. I’ve built to Gold rank, dropped to Silver, down to Premier, and back up to Silver–which is where I am now. I’ve had leaders move on to better things for them, had people just ghost me, and have had customers move on. It’s all love–and it’s all part of growing with doTERRA.
Confession: I love the internet. Seriously. Without it, I wouldn’t have met so many beautiful humans that I get to call my friends:
Friends who check in with you just to see how you’re doing and not to sell a product or ask for anything.
Friends who ask you questions that make you reflect on what’s going right and what needs to change.
Friends who are real and raw and help you to see things from another perspective.
Water. Even under pressure it adapts. Moves if it needs to, keeps pushing forward, or maybe even becomes something entirely new. Most of us seem to be pretty adaptable...Like water.
But over time stress, our environment, and illness can weaken our adaptive abilities.