🌳 Joined by this beautiful Kookaburra as I celebrated the Spring Equinox in the Forest yesterday... 🔮
Inspired by suggestions from my friends & family while setting up my Forest Nanny service, that the experiences I'll be facilitating are something they would love to experience as adults, too, I am now also in the process of setting up another platform from which I will be offering:
Card Readings &
Manifestation Magick in the Forest for anyone who resonates with these kinds of self care & personal power modalities...
If these concepts resonate for you, I would love you to join me on my account @forest.magick as I begin playing with these ideas of being of service, not just to children, but to anyone who wishes to join me for some one-on-one Earth.&.Heart Reconnection 🙏🌳🌏💜
Darren Rackemann, Deputy Head of Senior Learning Community Academic Performance and Innovation at @hillcrestchristiancollege, talks to us about what his students love best about TrapEd and the future he envisions with the app.
This is why I teach yoga.... no, not the gifts (although lovely of course!) but to create a space people feel comfortable and safe in which they can explore their physical, emotional, and energetic selves. Grateful
Did you know that the products that we use on ourselves, in our homes, and on our children could be the very things that are contributing to health problems, emotional struggles, and sickness? It’s true. And up until recently, I had no idea.
When I started my journey with Young Living over a year ago, I jumped in excited about the oils, eager to try different oil combos in my diffuser, hopeful to gain some emotional support from rollers that I wanted to make. But as I’ve journeyed through this last year, my eyes have been opened to something that wasn’t really on my radar.
The effect of harsh chemicals on ourselves and our littles.
They are in our cleaning products and candles and bath & body products and makeup and baby products (yikes!! It’s true). I was completely oblivious to the fact that the products that we use on ourselves, in our home, and on my children could have detrimental effects related to health, emotions, hormone balance, and wellness.
So I’ve slowly journeyed through the process of ditching the harsh chemicals and replacing with natural, safe, plant based products that are not only safe but also provide support and benefits to our bodies!! It’s been slow & steady & really quite simple and easy to do! It can certainly seem daunting at first, but I’m happy to say that most all of our products in our home are switched over!
Join me Tuesday on Facebook as I host an online class chatting about what it looks like to pursue a more natural, ‘harsh chemical’ free life! I’ll be offering a giveaway to one lucky person who attends & comments during my class — a Thieves Household Cleaner sample!! One of the first things we switched to in our home — ‘harsh chemical’ free household cleaner!
See you Tuesday night! Comment or message me if you would like to tune in and I’ll shoot you an invite!
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This week we will be knocking out our vocabulary and numbers with a game of bean bag bowling. I will post the different ways we play one game to practice 3 different skills.
Today we wrote our new vocabulary words on white board cards and attached them to the pins. Every pin he knocked down he had to say it, spell it, say it. I will be prepping the pins for my students to write the numbers and words directly on the pins. This was just a trial run with the Little before I destroyed the game for learning. 🤗🤗 I of course did a little more with the kid and made a word wall that was extra points if he hit the word with a bean bag.
We had a blast and mastered Spelling 8 out of our 21 words in 2 games.