In today’s society of hustle and bustle there is a shift happening - a shift from consumerism and disempowerment (giving control to government and corporations), to one of self-awareness, self-control, self-empowerment, and, in some manner or another, getting back to basics. Our personal and family “wellness" is a major component of this shift.
My first major step into this shift was the investment (financial and intellectual) in ENJO. With this product I was able to clear out toxic, synthetic chemicals and clean my home with “just water" and these extraordinary cloths.
The next step was to move from the focus on my physical environment to one of self-care, my personal health and well-being. This shift lies primarily in two areas: 1) self-awareness and self-control and 2) Young Living’s wellness products.
January 7, 2017
Over the past year and a half, I have learned so much about my body and my individual quirks, how they work and what they need. I have also learned about corporate integrity and what that should look like. My journey is intertwined with Young Living, which, in my opinion, is leaps and bounds above any other company I have ever dealt with.
What do I mean by that? Well, the list is too huge to include in its entirety but here are some things that “wow" me on a regular basis.
- the “seed to seal" philosophy (more than a philosophy - it IS what the company is) - striving to provide the purest and highest quality essential oils and wellness products possible, from the selection of seed, to when the product is sealed in its container
- transparency is key: you can go to a Young Living farm and help with and/or observe the planting, tending, harvesting, distilling and bottling process, from “seed to seal"
- always researching, experimenting and testing, Young Living is continually, like my website name, “tweaking our awesomeness"
- along with the goal of quality wellness products, the company also excels in supporting, empowering, educating, and inspiring the Young Living members on their journey of wellness, abundance, and purpose
I am so grateful for how Young Living has changed my life, not only in regards to my wellness but on my perspective of corporate integrity and community.
January 7th, 2017