Letting go of 2019 and setting intentions for 2020
Put on some relaxing music, get your favourite cup and fill it with whatever you like and sit down and do this simple reflection process for 2019. It is best done in the early days of the new year and then later you can move on to a more specific goal setting (if that is your thing).
Ask yourself these questions and write as much as you like.
Aromazen Naturals is now proudly certified with Choose Cruelty Free. CCF is an Australian non profit organisation that advocates for the rights of animals and aims to end animal testing for cosmetics, personal care products and household cleaning products and certifies the companies that make these products with no animal testing and with no ingredients from any company who utilises either animal testing or any ingredients that have been tested on animals.
We endure the long grey winter, just holding out for sunnier days. Then as soon as the blossoms appear our hearts start to soar as warmer weather is finally near. But for some people, spring is not joyous at all and is a time of suffering. This is called hayfever (allergic rhinitis) which is when a person is exposed to an allergen and the immune system reacts by producing antibodies which signal the brain to release extra histamine which provokes an inflammatory response.
The latest visitor in our house has been a most unwelcome one. This particular visitor (actually plural) hitched a ride home on my daughter’s hair. Yep it is that most unwelcome intrusion into many parent’s life. Head lice. Shudder. It is not that I shudder at the idea of head lice per se, it is more the knowledge that now I have to spend hours nitpicking through my daughter’s long hair and then washing every single little thing that might have head contact with her hair or head every time we find more lice.
Oh the moon, the splendid moon. When I was a kid, I had the fortune to grow up on a farm in the country, far from lights. On balmy summer nights, (yes this was before the invention of electronic devices), my brother and I used to lay under the stars and the moon. Being in the country, the stars were magnificent, so many, so distinct in the sky. Then there was the moon and the nights of the full moon. We used to think it was made out of cheese and how we loved cheese. We used to make up stories of going up in our space ship just to be able to eat unlimited amounts of cheese.