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Reset What You Resolve for 2019

It’s funny to talk about resetting your 2019 resolutions when it’s not even New Years Eve yet but the truth is, most of us will never even make it a week upholding our resolutions.

Every year we set good intentions and aspirations to make this new year better than the last. We outline what we want to accomplish and how great it will be to turn the page on the calendar.

Yet, by the 2nd or 3rd week of January when we’ve returned to work after the holidays and it’s bitter cold outside, most of us are right back to our normal routines, bad habits and have long forgotten what we even were talking about on our resolutions.

Changing the Odds to Your Favor

Instead of waiting until New Years Eve to set your resolution and not have a chance of materializing here’s a challenge….

Set short term goals now and space them throughout the new year to achieve. Align one of them to be realized by January 1 to enter the new year with a win already in your pocket!

Use the momentum of the holiday hectic schedule to your favor. There’s still a good month until the new year so it’s a perfect time to use time to your advantage.

Giving yourself mini-challenges are much more attainable and can give us that “quick win” burst of excitement to build momentum. Once we have momentum it’s easier to build on our accomplishments and keep going.

Where to Start

If your typical resolution is to lose weight and exercise more that’s GREAT!

Let’s help you actually achieve that by setting you up for success right now in the middle of December and the holiday eating season!

With incorporating some natural health products into your life now when things are more relaxed and easy going with numerous holiday parties and bustle of the season you will be gifting yourself with some easy healthy foundational steps.


Water intake decreases in the winter in favor of warmer beverages, alcohol and sodas. We are less likely to feel thirsty in the colder seasons even though our bodies actually need even more water to stay hydrated.

Boost your water intake by using a couple drops of essential oils. Not only will it not taste like water but it will be helping your body detox those heavy foods, boost your immunity and ensure you stay hydrated.


Seasonings and Flavorings

Rich, heavy foods and sweets surround us during the holidays. It can actually start to feel like a food comma where we will never get out of the numerous buffets, dinners, and celebrations.

When you have the chance to cook or bring a dish, flavor the dish with essential oils. Bring out foods natural flavor and taste  that will result in less salt and other added dehydrated seasons being needed.

Use these essential oils in place of your herbs and spices.

  1. Black Pepper

  2. Peppermint

  3. Cinnamon Bark

  4. Thyme

  5. Cilantro

  6. Lavender

  7. Rosemary

  8. Cumin

  9. Fennel

You can also make salts that are seasoned with essential oils to further enhance flavor! See our blog post on how to do this from August 10, 2018.

Not only will your dish taste fresher but you will be boosting your health with natural benefits from the essential oils!


Muscle Relief

When you start a new routine to increase activity, you can feel sore as your muscles adapt. This can also result in a reason we give up exercise before we ever get to a stable and steady routine for doing it.

Give your muscles a reward by applying Deep Blue to them post workout.

You can also take the Deep Blue supplement to help with inflammation and support as you ramp up your movements.


Interested in more?

Don’t wait until 2019 to start feeling better and having the best year of your life! Every day can be used to achieve the steps we need to take in order to achieve a better life. Start that journey today with natural products and essential oils that can support you!

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