It’s doTERRA’s convention time in Utah and even though I’m not there I can feel the excitement in the air! I love my doTERRA products and being able heal my family without using over the counter medication.
My facebook is going crazy right now with everyone posting pictures and information about the new products being released on Monday!!!!
There are two new oils “Cardamom” and “Aborvitae“, two new skin care lines, the new Petal Diffusser, On Guard toothpaste samples (we love this toothpaste), Correct X (an essential skin ointment), Terra Greens (A Fruit & Vegetable Supplemental Mix) a new formula of Breathe Essential Oil blend is being released (it now contains Cardamom) and the new convenient Breathe Respiratory Drops.
Here’s a picture of the products along with a link for detailed information.
This is a GREAT time to join doTERRA! There is new limited time program called “The Share Program” this is great opportunity for all new Wellness Advocates to receive valuable gift packages by sharing dōTERRA with others. New advocates who love dōTERRA and want to receive free product can participate. For a limited time—starting September 22, 2014—dōTERRA will be opening the Share Program to all Wellness Advocates so they can experience the program and share it with those they enroll.
This program will help you share your oils with your friends and family so that they can also benefit from these amazing oils.
Please let me know if I can help you in any way or answer any question you have about these life changing products, Happy Oiling!
Children are our greatest resource and our future. That’s why MADD is taking action to help protect the children who are needlessly put in danger every day in this country.
While drunk driving is recognized as a violent crime, driving impaired with child passengers is not commonly acknowledged as a form of child endangerment or child abuse. No one should have to ride with an impaired driver. However, children have little choice when the driver is a parent or an adult caregiver.
If you see an adult who is visibly impaired attempting to drive with a child in the car:
- Calmly suggest alternative transportation, recommend the driver postpone travel or offer to drive the child, if appropriate. Avoid a heated altercation that can put the child in further danger.
- Call 911 at the time of the incident with as much information as possible (such as name of the driver, vehicle description and/or license plate, and destination). Also be sure to give them your name and contact information for responding officers.
- Document the situation so that your notes can be used later.
- Notify another parent or caregiver of the situation.
- Teach children techniques for keeping themselves safe if they are ever forced to ride with an impaired driver (see below).
- Report your concerns to state or local child protective agencies.
Here are some tips you can teach your kids or a child you know who might find themselves in a situation where they are riding with a drinking driver:
- Sit in the back seat.
- Buckle-up tight and use your booster seat, if needed.
- Put all of your belongings on the floor.
- Do not bother the driver and stay quiet.
- Tell a trusted grown-up immediately about any unsafe ride.
- See more at: http://www.madd.org/blog/2013/september/child-endangerment-tips.html#sthash.9Icp1jCx.dpuf
Help your community by donating Food to Food Drive Fridays and get FREE admission to LA County Fair.
Food Drive Fridays are on Sept. 19 and 26, from noon – 3 p.m. Donate five canned goods and receive free admission that day only.
for more complete details on parking other fees, see my post on the Los Angeles County Fair.