A season of rebirth, spring is all about change, energy and action! Your mind may be buzzing with all of the possibilities for the season ahead – friendship, sunshine, nature and more! But first, take stock of all the ways you want to breathe this freshness into your life.  

Spring is a season of transformation and new life is everywhere – even in your state of mind. Check in on your day-to-day routines and decide what’s working and what’s not. With clarity, you can replace these habits with a refreshed version of you.   

To help you on your way, here are 4 tips to help you breathe new life into your world.

Reunite with nature

Nature is waking up – join in and get moving! Take a walk – even just ten minutes long – and feel the sun on your face, the fresh air in your lungs and notice your energy shift.

Did you know? Laurus Nobilis and Eucalyptus Radiata are natural health products (NHPs) used to relieve cough and cold, headache and more!

Pack a fresh, uplifting roller blend along for the journey!

Combine oils in a 10 ml roller bottle, top with V-6 Enhanced Vegetable Oil, seal and apply.



Spring is the most natural time of year to clear out the old and make space for the new.

Open your windows and let the fresh air flow with a bright diffuser blend!



Did you know? B vitamins are not stored in the body, so they must be replenished daily!

If supplements are not yet part of your day, start with Super B, a comprehensive multi-vitamin and mineral complex containing all eight essential B vitamins.

Two Super B tablets daily helps to maintain healthy energy levels, immune strength and much more!



With more light and life blooming all around you, remember to prioritize rest!

Try a DIY Stress Away bedtime linen spray for an easier wind down.

What you need


  • Fill spray bottle ¾ full of water.
  • Add essential oils.
  • Seal and shake well to mix.

Spritz pillows and bed linens as much as you like!


What is your favourite way to celebrate spring? Share in the comments below!


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