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Who is in Control of Your Family's Healthcare?

doTERRA Family Physician - Take Control  of Your Family's Health

With the rising cost of health care and all of the changes in insurance, who wouldn't want to take control of their own health? But how do you do that? Where do you start? Does any of this resonate with you? I will touch briefly on some essential oil beginner basics, but will dive quickly into a lot of information for specific oils. Today, my intention is to educate and empower you as we explore these oils.

Raising Backyard Chickens for Eggs. Part 2 - The Brooder

Before your baby chicks arrive, you need a brooder for them.  The brooder is simply a box or blocked off area that will house the baby chicks for the first several weeks of their life.  It can be something more permanent if you think you will reuse it often, but if you don't plan on getting more baby chicks in the near future, a cardboard box works wonderfully.

Baby Barred Rock Chicks giving me the stink eye from their brooder box.

Beginner's Guide to Essential Oils

Beginner's Guide to Essential Oils

Are you wondering what all the hype is about these hippie oils? Do you have questions but don't know who to ask? Are you wanting to take control of your own health but don't know where to start? Then you've come to the right place to learn about essential oils and natural solutions that are safer, cheaper and more effective than traditional remedies!

Raising Backyard Chickens for Eggs. Part 1 - Getting Baby Chicks

Raising backyard chickens to gather you own healthy eggs is rewarding and rather easy.  As long as you have a few basics taken care of, the chickens will do the rest.  You don't need to be an expert, and there's no reason to be afraid.  Take care of these basics and you will be gathering healthy, antibiotic and growth hormone free, pastured chicken eggs in no time.