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Essential Oil Teleseminar!!

 Today I had the wonderful opportunity of doing a phone interview with Emily Barker from http://www.eattothrive.com/  From her site she says:

I empower busy, multi-tasking moms to prioritize their health and teach their families healthy habits. 
When was the last time you talked with someone about your health and received the personal attention you deserve?
It’s rare for anyone to get an hour to work on their personal wellness goals with a trained professional. As a Holistic Health Counselor, I create a supportive environment that will enable you to achieve all of your health goals. Many of us know what we SHOULD be doing, but have difficulty following through. As your Health Counselor, I will help support and guide you to reaching your goals.

Emily is also the co-founder of the Boise Food Revolution. They are doing a community event on May 19th at North End Organic Nursery.

Here is a link to more info:
http://boisefoodrevolution.eventbrite.com/

Isn't it AMAZING what she is doing to help families eat better! I'm sure we can all agree that we need her :)

It was my pleasure to be invited by Emily to do a teleseminar for her clients on Essential oils.  We had a great interview talking about what the oils are, how they are used, and some practical applications for our families.  To listen to the 20 minute teleseminar click here. Enjoy!

Thank you Emily for the wonderful opportunity to share my passion of essential oils with the world one person, one family at a time!!

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