Last week, I had the pleasure of guest posting on my friend Allison’s blog about essential oils. I was thrilled to be able to share a deeper look at plants and how their essential oils can be used to support our health and wellness. Head on over and learn more about what essential oils are, how they are made, how to use them and why quality matters.
If you’re a plant lover, you’ve got to check out her posts!
There’s something so refreshing about adding a plant to your indoor living environment. Perhaps it’s the colors and textures of nature juxtaposed with man-made things. Maybe it’s their “living” presence in the room or the fresh air they provide. Although not all plants are suitable to be brought indoors, the ones that are allow us to grow our love for these fragile creatures by tending to their needs. The simple act of caring for a houseplant can teach the patience, persistence and perseverance needed to nurture nature. Just like tending a garden, the hard work of sowing, watering, and providing a favorable environment will reap reward over time.
Whatever the reason you enjoy the presence of plants, allow me to enrich your appreciation by expanding on their hidden beauty – a beauty that flows deep inside the leaves, stems, flowers, roots, or bark of certain plants and provides something more than meets eye – something that dates back through ancient history.
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