Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless MindA highly sensitive person is someone with a more developed than average nervous system. Basically someone who overfeels everything. They are extremely intuitive, and at times come of as being a little judgemental. Even if they had no intentions of judging anyone. They are sensitive to loud people,…
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A Guide to Essential Oils and how to use them everyday, and everywhere in your home and life. Young Living is an excellent essential oils company. Here are the top reasons why Young Living is the best brand of essential oils there is to buy:
“The next time you drive by a field of fresh peppermint or hike through a pine forest, breathe deeply—you’re experiencing the soul-soothing power of essential oils. But essential oils are more than nice scents; these powerful plant extracts are your path to the lifelong wellness we are committed to helping you discover.”
“At the intersection of cutting-edge research and traditional wisdom, Young Living formulates targeted, essential oil-based wellness solutions that empower you to dodge harmful chemicals, energize your life, ditch stress and negativity, and reclaim your natural radiance. Browse this page for more details about our wellness categories: Home, Wellness, Balance, and Beauty.”
About Essential Oils:
“Extracted through careful steam distillation and cold pressing, only unadulterated essential oils are used in our products.”
Essential Oils in the Home:
“From cooking and cleaning to pet care and home remedies, essential oils provide many alternatives to harsh chemical products, allowing you to create the environment your family deserves.”
Essential Oils for Wellness:
“Whether you want to boost your energy, supplement your diet, or manage your weight, essential oil-infused multivitamins and nutrition solutions empower you to meet your wellness goals the natural way.”
Essential Oils for Beauty:
“Skincare, bath, and body products that are infused with natural essential oils instead of harmful chemicals allow you to naturally radiate beauty while experiencing the wonderful properties of herbs like lavender and sandalwood.”
“By providing mental support for overall emotional wellness, essential oils easily incorporate into your daily routine to help you find life balance and inner serenity.”
There are two types of gel, hard gel and soft gel.
“Hard gel gets its name because, once cured, it is tough enough to be made into a nail extension. Nail extensions are artificial nails created by using a nail product to extend the nail past the edge of the natural nail.”
“Soft gel refers to the gel products that are too soft to create a nail extension. This includes gel polishes and thicker gels meant for gel-overlay services. Gel polishes are used for the increasingly popular gel polish manicures. These manicures, when done by caring, experienced, and trained professionals, are gentle to the natural nail and the polish stays intact on the nail for at least a couple of weeks with high shine and no cracking, peeling or chipping.”
“The product used to create nail extensions using gel or gel nails is gel, not to be confused with acrylic nails, which are created using liquid monomer and polymer powder. All gel services are performed using some form of gel, which usually comes in pots of gel or bottles of gel polish. Gel also comes in a variety of colors. All forms of gel require curing, or hardening, under a UV or LED light.”
“UV and LED curing refers to the chemical process that occurs when photo initiators within the gel itself are exposed to the UV or blue light. The chain reaction creates heat while oligomers combine to form long chains during the polymerization process. These long, bonded chains make the gel hard and cause photoinitiators within the gel product to begin the curing process. Usually, once the nail extension and/or gel manicure has been finished, there is a residual tacky layer, referred to as the “inhibition layer,” that is removed by wiping with a preferably lint-free wipe soaked in high concentrate alcohol.”
Skirts and More Skirts!!!
What kind of skirt do you like to wear? Do you have a certain length you go for all the time?
Check out this awesome guide on skirts. It gives you the names of all the different lengths, and even shows you the correct style of shoe that goes best with each skirt. Staying with the times is very important. Right? Make sure you know exactly what kind of skirt you’re wearing, and don’t forget that the right pair of shoes can make all the difference between a good outfit and a great outfit!
“Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD):
It’s natural to worry during stressful times. But some people feel tense and anxious day after day, even when there is little to worry about. When this lasts for six months or longer, it may be generalized anxiety disorder or GAD. This illness affects nearly seven million Americans. Unfortunately, many people don’t know they have it. So they can miss out on treatments that may lead to a better life.”
The main symptom of GAD is a constant and exaggerated sense of tension and anxiety. You may not be able to pinpoint a reason why you feel tense. Or you may worry too much about ordinary matters, such as bills, relationships, or your health. All this worrying can interfere with your sleep and ability to think straight. You may also feel irritable due to poor sleep or the illness itself.”
Muscle tension or pain
Nausea or diarrhea
Trembling or twitching”
Most people spend some time worrying about their troubles, whether money, job demands, or changing relationships. What sets GAD apart is the feeling that you can’t stop worrying. You may find it impossible to relax, even when you’re doing something you enjoy. In severe cases, GAD can interfere with work, relationships, and daily activities.”
Now is the time to use yoga to help heal the samskaras of racism, oppression and injustice in this country. Now is the time to learn, grow, and challenge ourselves for a new pose of solidarity with the people in Ferguson, and with the activists and organizers on the ground in Missouri protecting the basic human rights of residents and protesting police brutality!”
I know that at times like these, we can be confused about how to take yoga into the street and into the public space for grieving, solidarity and action.
However, I believe that now is the time to live the eight-limbed path set out by Patanjali and be change we want to see in the world.
In light of the uprising in Ferguson, and the violent response from mostly white police toward residents grieving and protesting Michael Brown’s murder, we must take action. When the world is in turmoil, we can become immobilized, scared and confused.”