I am a rebel
I’ve never thought of myself as a one, but it’s true, and more and more each day! I don’t know if my mom would have called me a strong willed child – I am number 4 of 6 kids, but the first girl. I was observant and didn’t do some of the things my brothers did; I learned from their mistakes, their adventures, their spankings. I would just say I was smart. When I asked my husband, he calls me disciplined and passionate.
To be healthy and physically able to do most anything until my last breath!
To be able to play with my kids and grandkids.
To travel. Through the United States and the world.
To make a difference in this world.
To leave a lasting legacy!
To help people.
SO MUCH MORE THAN MEDIOCRITY FROM MYSELF!
But it is hard! Actually, it’s much easier to go with the flow.
To stop at a fast food restaurant or even a “nicer” one and eat there than to cook at home.
To sleep in than to get up and exercise.
To watch television or scroll through Facebook than to read a book.
To grab a handful of chips rather than cut up an apple.
What I want to accomplish:
I want to help you take control of your health and learn to live a less toxic and clean lifestyle. I want you to teach you and help you do better. #knowbetterdobetter
I also work hard at sharing Young Living Essential oils and all their products and to build and encourage my team.
Part of our family vision is to focus efforts on helping to meet basic physical needs to those who are helpless in our world. Two of the programs we work with are The Young Living Foundation (younglivingfoundation.org) & Feed My Starving Children (FMSC.org).
Why these two organizations? I appreciate how they manage the money I donate and how they impact many, many communities around the world. I would encourage you to check out their websites. I also appreciate FMSC
because they impact the community where they have both permanent pack and mobile pack events (which is how we got involved). Ages 5 and up can participate in a two-hour pack; a great way to teach kids how to give back to others.
So who am I?
I am a wife of 34 years (1983) to a great man of God whom I love dearly.
I am a mother of 3 grown children of whom I incredible proud.
I am a beloved child of God – with whom I have walked with for 40+ years
I am a student of natural health – for over 20 years now.
I am not a doctor and I can not diagnosis, prescribe or treat a disease.
I am consistent and dedicated to eating well, exercising, learning, playing and traveling.
I am a good cook.
I am an artist.
I am a mentor to young families.
I am a dog lover.
I am a gardener – if you can get something out of this Texas soil & heat and beat the grasshoppers to the goods!
I am not a neat freak (but I do like things to be clean!)
I am a puzzler. From legos, Jigsaw puzzles and Suduko to building a greenhouse – I like to put pieces together.
I am a woman of my word.
I am a cancer survivor.
I am a person who is finding joy in this journey.
I would love for you to join me on this “joyful journey” as I share some of the wonderful things I am learning and have learned over the years.