GeneYus Essential Oil is an oil that has become one of my most important tools as a homeschool Mom. Sometimes it’s simply hard to get kids to focus on the task at hand. With this blend, our homeschool journey has become much more smooth and pleasant for both the kids and me!
I’ve talked about Raven and R.C. essential oils for adults, and while I have used those oils on my kids from time to time, there is a Young Living blend made specifically for kids and breathing support that I absolutely love. The name says it all “SniffleEase.” If you have kids then you know that sniffles just comes with the territory. No way around it really. But this little bottle of oil makes motherhood so much easier when those sniffles roll around. If you are a Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, Aunt, or Uncle, then you need this oil in your collection.
Essential oils for potty training. Now before you get all excited, there is no oil that is going to magically train your child. Sorry. (I know, I was disappointed too.) But there are oils that can aid you and your child to have a better experience with what can be a stressful life event. You could be surprised though, it could go much smoother than you expected! I’ve definitely had some of my kids just “get it” way faster than I expected. So before I share about essential oils for potty training, I did want to leave you with that little piece of encouragement.
Homeschooling can be a challenge. But, it’s also an amazing journey. Many of the homeschooling challenges can be helped out by knowing which essential oils to use to assist your family in this adventure. In our homeschool routine we use many different oils to help us through the day. Here is a list of what we’ve found to be some of the best essential oils for homeschooling.
In this age where people have everything, holidays can be a stressful time. We need to buy so many different items for each kid, and then fill the stockings. And on top of that then we need to figure out how to keep a budget and hope and pray that our kids actually like the stuff we give them and don’t become entitled. Sounds stressful, right? There’s a better way. Keep it simple. Now don’t get me wrong – I love giving gifts. Giving gifts actually ranks pretty high as one of my love languages. But keeping it simple provides less stress on the budget and parents, as well as makes Christmas morning less overwhelming. So here are some quick little ideas for the best stocking stuffers for kids.