Spotlight on: On Guard

There are so many great essential oils that DoTerra has I can’t even begin to list them all.

However, since I am an avid user of them, as I use them and learn all there is to know, I’ll share that knowledge here.

Flu season has it hard this year and with it panic. People who don’t and even those who do get the flu shot are always looking for ways to avoid influenza. You can always lock yourself in your house until flu season is over but that can get really boring, fast.

Hand washing is always a must, taking vitamin C helps, using ItWorks Immunity is amazing and then we have On Guard!

This stuff is awesome!!! It’s a protective blend designed to protect and support your immune system. One of the great things with this one is you can diffuse it in your house, take two drops internally to give your immune system a boost (tastes great in coffee), you can even mix it with fractionated coconut oil and rub it on your hands, etc… as a natural cleanser. Which means you can even mix it with water in a spray bottle and use it as an all purpose cleaner!!!!.

Why a better way to keep yourself and house germ safe than to use this awesome product.

Pumpkin Crisp

Thanksgiving is inching its way closer and with that in mind I started looking for some great low carb recipes and I struck it rich!!!

Pumpkin desserts are the best and this Low Carb Pumpkin Crisp looks delicious. It will definitely make it on my table this year. So of course, I wanted to share it.

Happy baking!!

Sausage Anyone?

Fall is setting in real nice here in Central Oregon and that means I start digging for warmer recipes.

Now considering most “warmer recipes” in the past put a lot of meat on the bones I decided to do a little digging and see if there were some recipes that could fill the belly and still keep it flat!!!

I was rewarded for my endeavor with Low Carb Sausage Balls with Cream Cheese!!! Yum 😋

Social Saturday

Studies abound that the more you socialize with friends and family the longer and happier lives we live!!!

As the weather is getting chilly outside that means more activities are moving inside. A recent Brigham Young University study suggests rearranging living room furniture to suggest conversation rather than TV watching, add fun decorations to your kitchen that can be conversational starters or set up a game table in your house that will can be for chess, clue, etc..”The goal is to encourage more relaxed social interactions which are psychologically beneficial…”

It gives you places to hang out and relax. What better way to spend a Saturday?