Often times in life I feel insignificant, like a small fish in a big ocean. So many times I want to throw my hands up and just quit because of that but God says to me, “No, there is somebody that needs to hear you.” I love it when God reminds me that even though I am sick and the world sees that I can’t do much for them, I still have a purpose and I can do great big things for him.
Admittedly I have been a little down for a few days but I find the best way to bring myself up is to start thinking about what I am thankful for. Basically, I count my blessings. Today I am thankful that I do have a wonderful family that loves me. I am thankful for the beautiful spring day today, and I am thankful that Jesus loves me.
What are you grateful for?
Gainesville, Florida, the swamp, home of the Gators, my hometown for my entire life. Gainesville is a small college town made up of even smaller towns in the surrounding areas located in the country.
Trenton, Florida is my backyard. I hope that together we can unite and pray for this small community, the officer’s family, and for our continued prays for our country.
I thought this article was amazing and I wanted to share Brenda Mueller’s @ Autoimmune Wellness post because I thought that this was priceless info. I thought it added to the video that I recently posted about “How to cope with stress and anxiety.” Thankyou Brenda for allowing me to share your post on my blog.
True, aromatherapy can help reduce pain and stress.
One of the most effortless, yet effective ways to relieve stress is by using aromatherapy. Filling your senses to strong smelling chemicals such as essential oils can positively affect your:
Popular scents are:
Did you know? The scent of lavender used in waiting rooms has been shown to help reduce stress prior to dental treatments.
Not only can foods help you relieve stress, but so can scents. I know when I smell certain scents I tend to feel better. Let’s take a look at some these popular scents and see how they will work for us.
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