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Loving Yourself Well

February 5, 2014

Let me ask ya a couple questions.  Answer honestly.

~Do you take care of everyone else and sometimes forget to take care of yourself?

~Do you make sure that your kids eat well, get rest, get exercise and all that?  But, you don’t remember the last you’ve had enough rest and you just ate a bag of M&M’s while sitting at your computer?

~Do you not find time or money to pamper yourself and really care for your temple, but somehow find time and money when the flu hits your house full-force?

Come on now.  Be honest.  We have ALL been there.  We are so cotton-pickin’ good at taking care of everyone else and putting ourselves last.  We own it.  We are just like that.

*take a deep breath*  Another one.   And another.

What happens when the one giving, giving, giving, giving, never takes time to fill up her own cup????  Eventually you run out.

Tonics, Teas, and Tinctures

This Saturday, February 8, come away.  Sit at our table.  Sip tea with us.  And be inspired to care for yourself in a loving holistic way so that you, in turn, can extend that love and care to your family.  We will share a mindful and practical strategy for building your immune system, rather than reactionary healthcare. You will learn to utilize food, herbs, supplements and essential oils to maximize your family’s well-being.  And you’ll feel a little bit pampered and a lot uplifted!  There will also be some goodies to take home (our special homemade lozenges, our closest-thing-to-a-miracle tonic, and a tincture that’s better than any energy drink you’ll find)!

Buy your ticket here. (Pssst.  Would make a really great Valentine’s Gift for someone you love!)

Not local?  You can catch the workshop via LIVE STREAMING!  The Live Streaming ticket includes a packet to download that contains all our recipes and notes from the class!  Buy your online ticket here. (Hey, you could cuddle up with your Honey and take the class together!)

“As far as her mom was concerned, tea fixed everything. Have a cold? Have some tea. Broken bones? There’s a tea for that too. Somewhere in her mother’s pantry, Laurel suspected, was a box of tea that said, ‘In case of Armageddon, steep three to five minutes’.” ― Aprilynne Pike, Illusions

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