Nontoxic Pumpkin Spice Diffuser Recipe

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Nontoxic Pumpkin Spice Diffuser Blend Did You Know: Various studies by doctors have suggested that burning scented candles or burning incense in your home or office can have similar effects as smoking cigarettes? But diffusing? That's simply water and pure Nutmeg, Clove, Cinnamon Bark, Orange, and Ginger oils. No chemical yuck for you or your family to breathe in. What You'll Need: A diffuser (or two) Clove Vitality™ Oil Ginger Vitality™ Oil Orange Vitality™ Oil...
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Releasing Shame, Receiving Freedom

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Watch: Releasing Shame, Receiving Freedom with Redeemed Adulteress, Author, and Redemption Advocate Rebecca Halton (Already saw it? Keep scrolling!) Your Next Steps (as mentioned in the video) Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead By Brené Brown Switch on Your Brain By Dr. Caroline Leaf Releasing Emotional Patterns with Essential Oils By Carolyn L. Mein, D.C. Here Are Your Oils: 1. Start here; (A new window...
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Dear Endometriosis, Thank You

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Dear Endometriosis, When we first met, I don’t think I could have imagined saying these two words to you, but: Thank you. (I’m not kidding. I’m not being sarcastic.) I may not have picked you. But God has purposed you. You have become one of my greatest motivators. If it weren’t for you, I don’t think I would have: Honestly evaluated where my life was — and where it was heading unless I made personal…

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How Would I Pay for Another Surgery?!

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Welcome to my life with Stage IV endometriosis. This month, I'll find out if another surgery is in my near(er) future. That would bring me to four surgeries since October 2016. That's nothing: I've met women with endometriosis who are in the double digits. It's only been six months since my third surgery: a hysterectomy. (Hysterectomy is not a cure for endometriosis. Especially not Stage IV.) But whether ultrasound, first, or surgery (or both), it's all...
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Move Your Writing Dream Forward | FREE 1:1 Coaching

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For a limited time, I'm offering an exclusive opportunity to receive a FREE, 30-minute writing-coaching session with me. (The sooner you take the next steps, the sooner we talk.)  What to Expect: 1 - You must first take the next two steps below, for a free writing-coaching session. 2 - All set? I'll be notified by email after you've completed both steps below. 2 - I'll personally follow up with you on my next business day, to schedule. 3...
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Having a Hysterectomy: 7 Silver Linings

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Choosing, having, and healing from a hysterectomy is serious. But one thing that's helping me since mine, is to notice "silver linings" that help lighten (up) the load:   1. No more periods. Ladies, need I say more?! (LOL) 2. Bring on the white pants. Bought my first pair of white pants in years; I no longer worry about breakthrough bleeding. 3. Commandokay! I've never gone "commando" so much in my adult life, as I have since my...
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The #1 Thing to NOT Say to a Friend with Endometriosis

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I was diagnosed with Stage IV endometriosis in October 2016. Since then, I've noticed some recurring themes in things people say. (But maybe shouldn't.) I think they mean well. And it doesn't upset me. This is just an observation that I'm noticing can impede some important education or connection. Endometriosis is quite common. But also quite misunderstood -- or missed altogether.  So let's inspire a better conversation. To provide greater education. And to foster healing connection. (This is me in October...
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Since I Cheated, Will I Be Cheated On?

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This morning, I woke up to a great question from a Facebook follower: So how about it? Since I've been the "other woman" in a married man's affair. . . . . .is marriage no longer in God's "cards" for my life? Or. . . . . .am I destined (doomed, more like it) to have an "other woman" affect my future marriage? Here's my answer: 0 Rebecca Halton is the author of Words from the Other...
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The Desire I’ve Been Hiding

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I was startled when she started crying in class: She seemed to feel betrayed. All these years later, I can't remember what another classmate's triggering comment was. . . . . .but whatever the offending remark was, it left this young Baby-Boomer classmate feeling like her generation's "sacrifices" for us would be marred by a desire for marriage and family. Like we owed it to her to not want to be married with families. (To be honest: This is one of the reasons...
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I’m Being Audited. You Next?

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I can't think of anyone who wants to be audited. And yet, now that I'm waist-deep in this process: I'm glad this day has come. Here's why: Because I'm not talking about the type of auditing you might be thinking of. And because when you remove bad root, it makes room for good fruit. You see, this audit isn't of my taxes. It's of me; my life. I've finally started taking my First Steps toward unprecedented freedom....
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