Books:

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families, Stephen R. Covey

The Anatomy of Peace, The Arbinger Institute

The Attractor Factor,  Joe Vitale

The Five Love Languages, Gary Chapman

Hidden Treasures, Leslie Householder

The Jackrabbit Factor, Leslie Householder

The Last Lecture, Randy Pausch

The Message, Lance Richardson

Mutant Message Down Under, Marlo Morgan

Remembering Wholeness, Carol Tuttle

Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy, Sarah Ban Breathnach

Something More: Excavating Your Authentic Self, Sarah Ban Breathnach

Music:

Serene Tones by Gary Freeman

Essential Oils:

 

Here are a few I've tried recently:

Lavender is a great universal oil. It can be used on most anything. It has relaxing properties that are helpful to those who have a hard time sleeping.  It is gentle enough to use with children at bedtime. Lavender has often been used during labor.  It is also great for soothing burns and cuts.

Lemon is a fresh natural oil used for cleaning and adding to drinking water for anti-oxidants.

Peppermint is a refreshing scent that can be used for headaches, nausea, or to invigorate.

On Guard is my favorite right now.  It contains a unique mixture that works to keep germs away, similar to a natural Airborn. I put a little on my children's feet before bedtime to keep their immune systems strong. 

Melaleuca - This can be used daily on facial blemishes. It's also useful for cold sores and other skin issues.

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