Three years ago, when my daughter left for college, I suddenly found myself avoiding my kitchen. I no longer had to cook a meal every night or figure out a way to make leftovers interesting the next day. At first, it was liberating. No cooking schedule or meal planning. I could eat popcorn for dinner if I wanted to.
Scents are fantastic accessories for your body or home. I’m always experimenting with essential oils to create blends for new products. My love for fragrances inspired me to study aromatherapy. Currently, I’m developing an organic essential oil room spray line. I wanted to share a room spray recipe that you can make at home. Remember to store your sprays in a cool place away from sunlight. Avoid spraying on linen, fabric and furniture to prevent staining.
Here’s what you need:
Energizing Room Spray
4oz dark glass spray bottle
1 oz vodka
2 oz distilled water
15 drops basil essential oil
15 drops rosemary essential oil
15 drops orange essential oil
5 drops peppermint oil
Combine all of the ingredients into a bottle and shake well.
The finished scent is bright and fresh. Open a window to catch a gentle breeze and let the scent swirl around the room.
The Holidays are my favorite time of year to have family and friends gather at my home. I know that traveling can sometimes be an unpleasant experience. I remember countless times arriving at a destination tired and annoyed after traveling. When overnight guests visit, I want them to relax and enjoy themselves. A guest room welcome basket can instantly make people feel at home. It’s a thoughtful way to pamper your guests. So where do you start?
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