A kinda hippie, kinda witchy, well-being and essential oil podcast for sort of spiritual humans who want to connect with their inner magic. I don’t really know if this is self-help or what, but either way, welcome to the wild; it’s time to free your magic.
How to be 25% happier. It's science.
If you want to be twenty-five percent happier, you just need to start practicing one thing--you don't even need essential oils for it, though they are a nice bonus.
I notice when I don't do this that I have way less patience, I get frustrated more easily, and I just don't feel as great. This ONE THING helps you to literally "vibe higher".
Listen in and feel free to make the blend and share with your friends!
Original blog post here: https://us13.campaign-archive.com/?u=9b8c5fa0848d8a78510d7d5ec&id=550ed7404c
You might also like: https://www.folkandco.com/blog/five-simple-ways-i-stay-positive
**statements in this podcast have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not meant to diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. I use doTERRA's products, but the opinions in this podcast are my own unless otherwise specified ♥
Ways to rewild yourself without being a hunter/gatherer
I am not a party girl.
I’ve never really been a party girl.
I did sneak out of the house when I was seventeen on a few different occasions to make out with my sort of boyfriend/best friend and play tag/night games at the elementary school with all the neighborhood kids and I skipped class a lot the last month of high school after moving out of my parent’s house. I drank a few times when I was nineteen.
But that’s about as wild as it got. Now you know all of my sins ;)
so what does it mean to be “wild”?
When I talk about “wild”, I’m talking about our natural state. The way we were before our cultures changed us.
Rewilding is technically a term used in conservation; meaning to restore the land to its natural state. But we can do the same thing with ourselves. I’m not saying that we need to become hunter/gatherers again, but rewilding as a soul thing. So here we are, talking about the hippie side of rewilding.
Read the original post: https://www.folkandco.com/blog/eleven-ways-to-rewild-yourself
How you can help the pollinators, even if you live in the suburbs
To do list:
Save the butterflies
and the bees // @folkandco
I also want to add, don't spray your dandelions please!
Without pollinators, our plant species die too. Like my friend Carey from @hawiverhomestead said, we need pollinators for our ECOSYSTEMS and we can’t live without the benefits these ecosystems provide, yet we’re sitting by while they’re destroyed. Not to be dramatic or anything, but if our ecosystems die, we die.
Original blog post here: https://www.folkandco.com/blog/eight-ways-to-save-the-pollinators
Managing Stress + a special announcement!
How many of you deal with stress on a daily basis? Do you know how to manage it? Because chronic stress leads to health issues.
The Mayo Clinic says that chronic stress can lead to :
Memory and concentration impairment
Thinking about chronic stress makes me stressed. But the good news is, if you're open to it there are natural ways to support and reduce stress (yes, essential oils are one)!
Listen for a couple of special announcements too! **btw, special announcement at the end is valid on 02/18/19 only**
When did you stop being brave?
A question from me to me, but also from me to you. When did you stop being brave? When was the last time you did something that made you feel brave? Plus, a practical essential oil tip for any of you who hike or spend time outdoors ♥
Have you ever watched a butterfly emerge from her skin?
A kinda hippie episode featuring a poem I wrote last year and some info on magnolia essential oil! There are going to be times in your life where things feel really dark--I love how nature shows us that there is beauty on the other side.
authentic with a wealth of knowledge
Although this journey has just begun for Alisha, 5 episodes in + I am eager to hear more! I love that the episodes are not overly long, easy to commit to, and still jam packed with information leaving me wanting more! Alisha’s authenticity is second to none as is her wealth of research and knowledge that is presented factual (with humor sprinkled in) and easy to digest! You can really understand + relate to what she’s saying and her transparency in this journey is a quality that is hard to find! I’m so excited to hear more and be wowed with the hippy, witchy, but empowering and practical knowledge that this oily goddess provides!
I can’t wait for this podcast to start!! I already love it💛