9 must go self-care hacks

MY 9 MUST GO SELF-CARE HACKS – BETTER THAN DRUGS FOR SELF-HEALING in 2024!

Unlock Self-Care Success: 9 MUST GO SELF-CARE HACKS – 9 Transformative Hacks for Your Wellness Journey! As the New Year approaches, delve within to discern your true priorities. Whether aiming for career, relationships, health, or beyond – transformative change must begin with intentional self-care. In 2024, prioritise nurturing yourself and enhance your dreams. Embrace a…

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incense rituals – 5 natural resins for selfcare & selflove

GET INCENSE(d) RITUALS – 5 NATURAL RESINS FOR YOUR SELFCARE & SELFLOVE

GET INCENSE(D) RITUALS – 5 NATURAL RESINS FOR YOUR SELF-CARE & SELF-LOVE Incorporate self-care and self-love rituals into your daily routine by lighting an incense and performing and performing a ritual with your daily affirmations at a specific time each day that fits your life best. While the incense burns, focus on positivity about yourself…

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HEALING GUIDE FOR ANXIETY DISORDERS – HEART OPENING AROMATIC HEALING RESINS

HEALING GUIDE FOR ANXIETY DISORDERS – HEART OPENING AROMATIC HEALING RESINS  Nowadays we catch ourselves talking about all sorts of anxiety disorders; OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder), GAD (generalized anxiety disorder) or PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) lightly, like the next outfit we are going to wear. Becomes more and more obvious how widespread anxiety generally screaming out…

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sustainable wild frankincense

SUSTAINABLE & WILD HARVESTED FRANKINCENSE

SUSTAINABLE & WILD HARVESTED FRANKINCENSE Ethics & Sustainability, Frankincense, Frankincense as Medicine Frankincense Rivae, Neglecta & Kenyan Frankincense. The potent black Frankincense resins. HEALTHY TREES AND SUSTAINABLE WILDHARVEST Frankincense Neglecta is a Frankincense species local to Eastern Africa. It is not the prettiest Frankincense resin but makes up for its looks with a unique fragrance and sustainability.…

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DIWALI – The return of the sun

DIWALI – return of the sun of Alcyone The word Diwali comes from the Sanskrit word “deepavali”, which means “rows of lighted lamps”. Households across India and the entire world celebrate by decorating their sacred space filled with small lamps called diyas and other colourful lights. By covering everything by festive lighting and our hearts beat…

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