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Our body is always giving us signals, like the warning lights of the dash on a car. Our spirit holds our original blueprint of health and harmony. But the flow of the communication from the spirit gets blocked when thoughts and emotions aren't expressed and handled appropriately. Where are the signals? What are the red flags? How do we know we're off course or out of alignment?This last episode in our series on body energy centers gives the basic breakdown of the crown center, which is the very tip top of the head. The crown is the energy center within our bodies that is related to the awareness of our connection to the God. Located at the top of the head, the crown chakra is associated with the pituitary gland within the brain. Being connected in this center helps us to understand that we are a soul experiencing life through a body, but we are not just a body. Life is more than the tangible matter that we touch and see. It's where we connect to inner wisdom, feel connected to others and life, and feel a sense of serenity and wholeness despite what's happening around us.Living in stressful environments and fast paced lives, as well as unresolved trauma, disconnect us from the reality that exists beyond ourselves. The core issue is that we're conditioned to believe that we aren't already perfectly connected to God and His truth and perspective, as if He is withholding things from us until we "get it right". Life can tend to reinforce this belief if it's the lens we are looking through.Using essential oils daily is a great way to relax our minds and bodies and remind us of our connection to our compassionate Creator. There isn't a day that goes by we don't need connection to truth and God's presence. Our minds need that extra help so that we're not just recycling our own thoughts and trying to squeeze wisdom out of it.Some essential oils you may use to connect to this awareness are Frankincense, Spikenard, Rose, Cedarwood, and Lavender. Apply to the top of the head, or try these uses.Suggested daily uses:Cedarwood and lavender- before bed, sweet dreamsFrankincense in face moisturizer (great for skin and brain)When you've been busy and start to feel frantic and disconnected, push pause by diffusing this blend: 2 Vetiver and 3 spikenard (be ready to sloooooow down)When you're coming up against major resistance to living in agreement with revelations of truth (feeling protected, guided, supported, loved, valued, abundant, powerful… or find yourself laser focused some pain or hurt, try this blend in a roller bottle over your heart.3 drops frankincense, 1 drop helichrysum, 1 drop rose- this blend is for DEEEEEEP healing work, and resting in feelings of safety, and trustFree Guides-valpetty.comrootedinlove.co
In this episode I am joined by Anna Bertone (she/her), MPH, a research consultant at Evidence Based Birth®, to discuss the evidence on aromatherapy and essential oils for use during pregnancy, labor/birth, and postpartum. In this episode, we cover: What is aromatherapy, where did it come from, and how does it work? What have researchers found on essential oils for nausea and vomiting, stress reduction, and immune function during pregnancy? Which essential oils have been found to be effective for reducing labor pain and anxiety, encouraging labor progress, and treating post-Cesarean symptoms? What does the research say about aromatherapy for use postpartum, including with post-Cesarean symptoms, perineal trauma, sleep, and depression and anxiety? Are there any important safety precautions to be aware of, and what is the bottom line? This episode was inspired by a peer-reviewed article we published in Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, in a special symposium that was edited by Shilpa Babbar, MD, MS, FACOG. Reference: Bertone, A. C., & Dekker, R. L. (September 2021). "Aromatherapy in Obstetrics: A Critical Review of the Literature." Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 64(3): 572-588. Here are some other resources we mentioned: Access the EBB Pain Management Video Series here https://evidencebasedbirth.com/category-pain-management-series/ You can find the abstract of our research paper, as well as a complete list of references used in this podcast can be found on PubMed here https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33927109/ For more information and news about Evidence Based Birth®, visit www.ebbirth.com. Find us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/EvidenceBasedBirth/), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/ebbirth/), and Pinterest (https://www.pinterest.com/ebbirth/). Ready to get involved? Check out our Professional membership (including scholarship options) (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/become-pro-member/). Find an EBB Instructor here (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/find-an-instructor-parents/), and click here (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/childbirth-class/) to learn more about the Evidence Based Birth® Childbirth Class.
A West Ham-Man United thriller! Chelsea and Liverpool toe to toe What is Brighton's ceiling? Who should be more concerned Wolves-Leeds? Carabao Cup Preview Kemi's focus: Leeds United Term of the Week: Yellow For Shirt Removal Music is 'We Back Baby' by DJ DENZ The Rooster --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soccer-neophytes/support
Essential oils for anxiety? You bet! Essential oils can be wonderful tools in supporting your mental health! Last week, on episode 35, I had holistic psychiatrist, Dr Ellen Vora on the podcast, and we talked all about holistic approaches to anxiety, getting to the root cause, and even finding healing. Since we love all things essential oils and holistic health and wellness here at Whimsy + Wellness, we wanted to follow up to last week's episode, with an episode on using essential oils to support anxiety. If you'd like to support yourself or someone you love struggling with anxiety with essential oils, then this is the episode for you! In this episode I walk through: • 3:46 Essential oils = tools to use alongside professional help • 6:18 The benefit of being proactive instead of just reactive with our health • 10:01 Why I love using essential oils for anxiety & how they help • 13:35 My favorite ways to use essential oils for anxiety • 17:28 The simple and calming properties of Lavender • 21:03 Using Ylang Ylang for overwhelm, deep sadness and even bad dreams • 24:45 How Valerian can support those with trauma and anxiety induced insomnia • 28:12 Other tools I love to reach for to ease anxiety • 34:34 It's brave to admit and ask for help Episode Resources: Episode 35 - What Our Anxiety Is Telling Us: The Gut Brain Connection & Other Functional Medicine Approaches to Healing Anxiety with Dr. Ellen VoraMy Beautiful Life Roller SetEp. 27 Essential Oils for SleepBamboo Rainbow Dropper BottleFloral Dropper BottleCrystals for Stress & Anxiety SetMermaid Roller Blend Recipe Oh and pssst!! Get 10% off at Whimsy + Wellness by using the code: PODCAST on your next order! Fuel your body with delicious Daily Harvest Smoothies! Get up to $40 off your box of Daily Harvest when you use our code WHIMSY at checkout!Ready to hydrate?? Grab our favorite Basis hydration sticks for 20% off + free shipping at drinkbasis.com with code WHIMSY at checkout! Let's stay in touch! Make sure you're subscribed to our show and follow Whimsy + Wellness and Whimsy + Wellness Podcast over on Instagram! Thank you so much for tuning into this episode of the Whimsy & Wellness Podcast brought to you by Whimsy & Wellness and hosted by Meg Ryan. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a review - even just a short sentence is so helpful & greatly appreciated!! Music & Editing by Taylor Ryan.
Naomi and Natalie Gingerich of Lavender and Honey Kitchen join Brooke in the studio for their very first podcast episode to discuss their rise to success as a Winston-Salem staple for sweets. They dish on how the Kitchen gained its name, how to avoid over-baking, and why customers gush over their beloved cinnamon rolls.
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are bringing you another edition of the wildly popular Girl's Stuff episode. Chaunce, Sauce, and guest panelist Lavendar share their experiences on a wide array of topics related to being a female backpacker, including safety tips when in the backcountry solo, hygiene regimens (or lack thereof), dealing with intense levels of horniness on trail, and much more. We wrap the show with a pair of new segments- "things guys want to know about girls but are too afraid to ask" and "ambushing Zach with women's anatomy flashcards". BRANWYN discount code: Use case “backpacker15” for 15% off at branwyn.com Gossamer Gear discount code: Use code “gingersaregood” for 15% off at Gossamergear.com. Enlightened Equipment: Save 10% off off Enlightened Equipment's Stock Revelation Quilt or Stock Torrid Jacket with code “thetrek10” here. [divider] Interview with Chaunce, Sauce, and guest panelist Lavender Chaunce Instagram Sauce Instagram Lavender Instagram Time stamps & Questions 00:04:10 - Treasure Hunt: Find Zach's socks to win a green juice travel pack from Organifi and a new pair of socks. Check out instagram for sock location! 00:05:52 - QOTD: What's your favorite part of being a lady backpacker? 00:09:53 - Introducing Lavender 00:12:30 - What tips do you have for hiking alone and staying safe? 00:15:59 - Can you address how you've felt safety-wise, while backpacking? 00:24:54 - Lavender, what was your solo travel experience prior to the AT? 00:25:22 - How do you answer the question ‘Are you hiking alone?'? 00:27:27 - Elise, how do you assess whether someone is a danger to you or not? 00:30:38 - Have you ever hiked with groups or individuals you've met online? 00:33:32 - How do you get a significant other more comfortable with sleeping outside? 00:35:18 - How do you overcome the fear of sleeping alone? 00:37:37 - Any recommendations for curly hair when you're on trail? 00:39:48 - Are cleaning wipes necessary? 00:41:05 - Is there a specific brand of cleaning wipes you'd recommend? 00:42:41 - How do you approach your skincare routine on the trail? 00:43:26 - What was your hygiene routine the first few days on trail vs. the last days? 00:46:03 - Have any of you used the backcountry bidet? 00:47:33 - How is the pee rag? 00:50:57 - How do you deal with coochie stink? 00:55:13 - Would you shave your head before a thru-hike? 00:56:42 - What is an undercut? 00:57:50 - How do you pee in a bottle without a cone? 00:63:01 - Do levels of horniness ever compare to levels of hunger on the trail? 00:66:13 - Is the trail a good environment for someone who is especially horny? 01:08:33 - Lavender, when you are hiking SOBO, how many others are starting within a day of you, in either direction? 01:12:32 - Do you bring sex toys on trail? 01:13:46 - What do you do to alleviate the horniness? 01:14:46 - Did you know anyone who brought toys on the trail? 01:17:57 - What's your favorite “girly” items you can't live without? 01:18:26 - What luxury items can you not live without on trail? 01:19:58 - What can guys do to normalize girl stuff on trail? 01:21:22 - Do you feel like you need to hide feminine products? 01:22:56 - How did you handle PMS on the trail? 01:23:22 - Do your levels of PMS symptoms change when you're on trail vs. off trail? 01:25:10 - What birth control do you use on trail? Check out our first Girls Stuff episode for more conversation on this. 01:26:06 - How do you encourage other girls to backpack? 01:28:19 - Do you have people trying to meet up with you on the trail when you are public with your location? 01:36:08 - How do you deal if you're always cold? 01:40:14 - What are the best underwear and bra brands to avoid chafing and wedgies? SEGMENTS “Things guys want to know about girls but are too afraid to ask” Anatomy Flashcards 5 Star Review Mail Bag [divider] Check out our sound guy @Paulybooyshallcross. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Ausen McDaniel, Jason Lawrence, Christopher Marshburn, Sawyer Products, Brad and Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Brent Stenberg, Patrick Cianciolo, Brandon Spilker and Matt Soukup. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Cynthia Voth,, Emily Brown, Mitchell, Dcnerdlet, Jeff LaFranier, Peter Ellenberg, Jacob Northrup, Peter Leven, TraskVT, Lindsay Sparks, Liz Seger and Lisa Douglas.
Introduction to the Throat Chakra. The throat chakra is the fifth chakra and color indigo blue. The Throat chakra is focused on communication , how people hear your message and creativity. Let yourself build more communication with your words by finding your core message. Your words are powerful and meaningful. Element: Sound Crystals: Aquamarine, Turquoise, and “stone of truth” Lapis lazuli. Aromatherapy: Jasmine, Lavender and Sage. Foods warm teas, water, warm water, blueberries, goji berries and carrots. Follow: IG & FB Chakras.Cusswords Join Chakras&Cusswords FB community Join Chakras&Cusswords Club on Clubhouse house. Weekly Podcast. Please Review and comment. Website:https://www.chakrascusswords.com Speaker:https://www.instagram.com/katherine_pacheco/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chakrascusswords/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chakrascusswords/support
Why are people protesting the Covid health pass in France? Challenging terroir by growing lavender outside of Provence. The birth of Le Canard Enchainé, the weekly that has brought down politicians and holds power to account. Spotlight on France is back! During the summer break the Covid health pass became an integral part of French daily life. The government argues that encouraging people to get vaccinated against the virus is necessary to avoid future lockdowns. It seems to have worked: vaccination rates are up, and the fourth wave has remained under control in mainland France. But a small, but vocal, minority opposes the pass and have been protesting weekly since July. While the government and much of the media paints them as fringe anti-vaxers, the movement is broader than QAnon conspirationists and vaccine sceptics. We met people at a recent demonstration in Paris to hear why they are so opposed. (Listen @0'40'') France's traditions are linked to the land – wine has its terroir, cheese has its protected appellation. Lavender has long been associated with the southern region of Provence, in the foothills of the Alps, north of Marseille. For two centuries the purple flower has been cultivated intensively for its oil, used in the perfume and pharmaceutical industry. In eastern Aveyron, some 250 kilometres to the west of Provence, sheep farmer Laurent Fages has discovered that the terrain in his area is also perfectly suited to growing lavender. (Listen @18'30'') The first issue of Le Canard Enchainé, one of France's last investigative newspapers, came out on 10 September 1915. It was aimed at countering pro-military propaganda being spread in mainstream media during WW1. Known for its independence, it remains a significant force in French public life. (Listen @14') This episode was mixed by Cecile Pompeani. Spotlight on France is a podcast from Radio France International. Find us on rfienglish.com, iTunes (link here), Google podcasts (link here), Spotify (link here), or your favourite podcast app.
It's the first episode of NOTHING IS DISPOSABLE month (aka September), and Melissa of Vellum St. Soap Company is here to educate us about soap (and so much more). We talk about skin care, packaging waste and fragrances...but we also muse about throwaway culture, food waste, and so much more. And Amanda discusses the fallacy that beauty/personal care products are disposable. Find Melissa on IG: @vellumstsoapcompanyExtra Credit Reading list:"1 Pound of Essential Oil = 250 Pounds of Lavender," Earth Island Journal."How Essential Oils Became the Cure for Our Age of Anxiety," Rachel Monroe, The New Yorker."Unseen 2019: The ugly side of beauty waste," Vasudha Rai, Mint."The beauty industry generates a lot of plastic waste. Can it change?" Alejandra Borunda, National Geographic."Monkeys still forced to pick coconuts in Thailand despite controversy," Rachel Fobar, National Geographic.Impacts of Palm Oil, WWF.OMG WE ARE APPROACHING EPISODE 100! 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Today I received some beauty products from Cala. I loved everything! The facial brush is amazing the Brush is soft so that if you have sensitive skin it's not so harsh, also excited to try the Brightening Rosewater essence masks and it was a package of 5, I also tried the facial wipes they worked great and a nice thickness to them absolutely loved the essential oils I received 2 boxes with 3 in each. The first box was a calm retreat that included Tea tree, Lavender, and Eucalyptus, the second box was Citrus Bloom and the scents were amazing! Visit The Kad's Review Official Website: https://kadreview.com/cala-beauty-collection-september-2021Buy: https://www.calaproduct.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/kadsreviewTwitter: https://twitter.com/kads_reviewFaceBook: https://facebook.com/discoverbykad *FTC Disclosure: Boxes/Products shown in this video were sent out free for reviewing purposes. All thought's are my own. Some Link's May be affiliated.*
Proudly brought to you by TOTE.co.uk, Top Broadcaster Mike Cattermole joins Emmet Kennedy to review the key racing at Goodwood, Newmarket and Beverley, with Mise En Scene, Aratus, Dancing King, Lavender's Blue, Summerghand, Tis Marvellous and the best of the recent Irish Racing the focus. Plus Mike and Emmet discuss the controversial Stewards Room reversals. Which ones do Emmet and Mike agree on? Then we switch Stateside as Peter Fornatale reviews Saratoga with us and gives us his latest thoughts on the Breeders Cup Classic betting. For more info on TOTE checkout tote.co.uk Show Your Support for The FFP with Likes & Shares on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook
Maddy Playle is joined by Graeme Rodway and Mark Boylan to review the weekend's racing and take a look back at the key performers from Goodwood, Beverley and Newmarket. The team starts by assessing the performance of James Ferguson's Mise En Scene who picked up well to land the Group 3 Prestige Stakes under the red-hot Oisin Murphy. Equally as impressive was Aratus who just keeps on improving for Clive Cox, having fended off the consistent Escobar to make it four wins on the bounce. With the team confident that there is plenty more to come from the three-year-old colt. Benbatl returned to a racecourse for the first time after 337 days on the sidelines in the Group 2 Celebration Mile on Saturday, but he had to settle for second place as Amanda Perrett's Lavender's Blue got up on the line to narrowly deny the Saeed bin Suroor-trained son of Dubawi. Turning their attention to the Beverley Bullet Sprint, the panel give their thoughts on Tis Marvellous who showed a scintillating turn of foot to quickly stretch clear of his rivals in taking fashion. Maddy, Graeme and Mark also give their early tips for the Haydock Sprint Cup, Ayr Gold Cup as well as their NAPs for the week ahead.
The Doll Diaries (Sissley the Terror) Book I by Sir Herbert Sneakies. copyright 2019 ;) Check out :) https://enchantedbooks.godaddysites.com/ :) Thank you for listening & supporting the podcast. :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sneakies :) https://www.paypal.me/anonymouscontent :) Sisley is an energetic young girl who plays rough and breaks all her dolls. Her Mom and Dad try to find things that will help her with her ADHD and high energy. Sisley takes out her skinny pretty doll Cristie on a camping adventure. Cristie likes fashionable dresses, high heels and ball gowns. Sisley dresses Cristie in jeans, sneakers and a t-shirt and puts her in a doll camper and pulls it by a string. Cristie is bouncing all over the camper as the camper goes down the stairs to the door. Sisley leads the camper down a rocky dirt road and a big puddle. Cristie is muddy and dirty. Sisley unpacks and makes a fire. The cinders from the fire fly into Christie's hair. A park ranger Pete walks up and sees the fire. Pete the Ranger reminds Sicily of BUNNY BUNNY fire rules. No fires by any child are allowed. Forest fires are dangerous to trees,animals and people. Sisley goes home and her Mom Tippey Redstone. Her Mom Tippey has prepared an English tea party. Tippey bought a child tea set and table. She sets up the table with finger sandwiches made of egg, tuna and chicken salad. Tippy however ordered too many upscale 5 star tea party desserts made with Earl Grey, Bergamont, Lavender and Poppy seeds. Sisley gets ready and her little brother Corey checks on Cristie whose clothes are dirty and her hair is burnt.Corey cleans up Cristie and trims her bangs. She asks where Ben is. Corey finds the Ben boy doll in a doll plane in the back yard.Corey tells Christie Ben's arm broke so he has a cast on his arm until he can fix the arm with a replacement part. Sisley friends from school ring the doorbell to come to her pajama party. Sicily has a pretty lilac dress on with purple sash ribbon. Her girlfriends Monique, Helena and Darlene say hi and go upstairs to Sisley's room to the tea party and play. The kids don't like Bergamont Scones and Lavender biscuits so they decide to give the Earl Grey cake to a doll called Poppie Poppy. They stuff the dolls mouth with food and she is choking. The girls decide to play doctor and operate on some dolls. They pick a Ballerina Katrina doll in her pink tutu and pink tights and a porcelain doll in a beautiful colorful costume named Greta. Helena can't get the scissors to work and Darlene finds the staple is jammed. Sisley is making a dirt cake to feed to the dolls in her toy oven. Darlene brings markers so Monique can tattoothe dolls. Monique draws a hideous spider and snake on the dolls. The dolls are terrified. Corey little brother ofSisley pops in to check on the dolls and is alarmed how the dolls are being treated. He thinks of a plan to save the dolls from his ruthless sister. Corey comes back with a beauty kit and offers the girls pedicures. The girls are excited to get their nails done. The dolls are saved from being operated on and chopped up. Sisley's mom Tippey offers the girls chocolate fondue and movies. Soon Sisley forgets about her dolls when she gets on the tennis team at her school. Sisley only brakes her tennis rackets and she whacks balls on the tennis court. Corey has fixed on the dolls and has become a collector of dolls. He collects dolls and takes care of them. copyright Sir Herbert Sneakies 2019 Marylin Hebert Top Kids podcast hitting #1 all around the world. #1 Australia, #1 Canada, #1 Great Britian, #1 Brazil, #1 Japan, #1 India, #1 South Korea, #1 Bahamas, #1 New Zealand, #3 Italy, #5 Mexico, #4 Germany, #3 Tawian, #4 Kenya, #4 New Zealand, #5 France, #7 Ireland, #10 Sweden, #16 Norway, #1- #17 USA! & #15 South Africa :) Paypal (friends & family) firstname.lastname@example.org $ Please support us & enjoy our books at Amazon :) Thank you!Skip Boots Big Safari Adventure by Sir Herbert Sneakies https://www.amazon.com/Skip-Boots-Big-Safari-Adventure/dp/1729091547 * Jack the Bear and Golden Hair by Sir Herbert Sneakies https://www.amazon.com/Jack-Bear-Golden-StorytellerUK2017-Adventures-ebook/dp/B010E479GE Adventures of Mooch the Pooch by Sir Herbert Sneakies https://www.amazon.com/Mooch-Pooch-Adventures-ebook/dp/B01LR86FK2 Blueber Goober the Monster In My Closet! by Sir Herbert Sneakies https://www.amazon.com/Blueber-Goober-Monster-My-Closet-ebook/dp/B01LW1VMPQ/ Wizard book series: Margaret Merlin's Journal The Battle of The Black Witch Book 1 https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Battle-Black-ebook/dp/B01634G3CK Please Subscribe to our YouTube:) Channel :) Storytime Fun! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCNwYcOSlx3rMRBfSuNrzPg?sub_confirmation=1 https://www.youtube.com/user/Fellinijr/videos Thank you!!! Public Commons music fair use.
Don't miss this one. Part 2 of a story of radical unity among two churches in the same community is a powerful example of what God can do when his people cross dividing lines and unite for one purpose. We welcome the guests for this podcast: Pastors Keith Jamison of Living Waters Tabernacle and Gary Lavender of The Fellowship Church, BOTH in a small town in North Carolina called, Old Fort.
Hal was born in Ardmore, Oklahoma and went to school in Oklahoma City where he was a junior Rotarian and was exposed for the first time to the business world. He attended UCO and OU studying marketing and finance and then began his career in the restaurant industry while attending OU and a restaurant on Campus Corner. Hal has held C-level leadership, often as the CEO, President, or owner, for restaurants and corporations that include Steak & Ale, Pillsbury, Haagen Daz Ice Cream, and Chili's Restaurants, Outback Steakhouse, On the Border, and Krispy Kreme. In June 1992, he founded Hal Smith Restaurants along with Hank Kraft, David Brauckmann and Mike Rogers. HSR is a restaurant management company headquartered in Norman, Oklahoma responsible for these restaurant concepts: Charleston's Restaurant, Red Rock Canyon Grill, Mahogany Prime Steakhouse, Ted's Café Escondido as a partner to Ted Curtis, Louie's Bar & Grill, Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill, Hefner Grill, The Garage, Upper Crust, Pub W, Jimmy B's, Notorious Pie, Neighborhood Jam, The Library Bar and Grill, Mama Roja, and Hollie's. Lexie Winters is a 12 year old entrepreneur, owner of Mooi (Pronounced "moy") Mooi is an all-natural and organic skincare business that sells exfoliation scrubs and body butters. Lexie's Exfoliation Scrubs are used to remove dead skin and moisturize dry skin. They come in different scents like Sweet Orange and Lavender. Her Body Butters are used to moisturize dry skin and then give your skin a protective layer against UV rays. They come in scents like Coconut and Vanilla. I also have one that smells like shea butter. Lexie started Mooi because she wasn't getting a good result when I used store bought beauty products. She didn't like the chemicals in them and it was hard to find stuff that works great. Mooi only uses all-natural ingredients and no harmful chemicals are in the products.
www.mumblesandthings.com/blog/033 Hello and welcome to episode 33 of the Talk Witchcraft podcast! Mystic Sisters Maggie and Erica are talking about how to make the most of Virgo Season. "Virgo energy is methodical, analytical and keen. The sign of routine, Virgo is organized. It takes information and brings order to chaos. This energy will help you accomplish your goals, grounded in Earth energy and taking the logical next step." Tune in to hear about five things you can do during Virgo Season: take inventory of your life, give your time and energy to serving others, find a healthy routine, let go of perfectionism, and organize your life. You'll also learn how to use Lavender as a medicinal and magical herb. Please screenshot your phone when you listen to this episode and share it on Instagram with #talkwitchcraft and tag me @mumbleandthings and let us know what you think. :) CONNECT WITH US: www.mumblesandthings.com www.mumblesacademy.com
Don't miss this one. The story of radical unity among two churches in the same community is a powerful example of what God can do when his people cross dividing lines and unite for one purpose. We welcome the guests for this podcast: Pastors Keith Jamison of Living Waters Tabernacle and Gary Lavender of The Fellowship Church, BOTH in a small town in North Carolina called, Old Fort.
Today I'm joined by Bryant, a former professional football player turned speaker and 5 time author. We discuss his journey to finding purpose and flow beyond himself, Bryant shares his path from growing up in Mississippi to playing at University of South Alabama. What's really inspiring is how Bryant now impacts and inspires those around him just through simple interactions; a theme in his latest book “Encounters” out now. Grab his book here! Connect with Bryant on Linkedin here!
Adar read sixty-eight fantasy books last year alone. Fantasy is her escape from reality. But when the real-world issues of racism and sexism started creeping into her books, she realized she could no longer escape.Produced by Adar Abdi.
Welcome to the introduction of the Heart Chakra. Learn traits of what a balanced heart chakra resembles. Take time to learn what an excessive or deficient heart chakra may look like a well. Let yourself love you and others. Crystals: Rose Quartz, Rhodochrosite: Fear & Trauma and Aventurine: Aromatherapy Jasmine, Lavender and Cypress. Foods leafy greens kale, lettuces, spinach, chard, bok choy, collard greens, and broccoli. Drink water infused with limes, cucumbers, green tea. Include basil, thyme and cilantro into your dishes.Color: Green. Heart Chakra Element is Air. Flower is a 12 petal lotus. Traits of excessive heart chakra can consist of people pleasing, poor boundaries. Could also have narcissistic tendencies. Deficient heart chakras may develop withdrawn, uncaring, and easily can detach. May be seen as critical, bitter and jaded. Online Chakra coaching offered at https://www.chakrascusswords.com Podcast host: https://www.instagram.com/katherine_pacheco/ IG & FB Chakras.Cusswords Join Chakras&Cusswords FB community Join Chakras&Cusswords Club on Clubhouse house. Weekly Podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chakrascusswords/message
Ask Win: http://askwin.weebly.com. Please donate to Ask Win by going to Payment Venmo Win1195 at https://venmo.com/. Win Kelly Charles' Books: https://www.amazon.com/Win-Kelly-Charles/e/B009VNJEKE/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1. Win Kelly Charles' MONAT: https://wincharles.mymonat.com. On Ask Win today (Monday, November 9, 2020), Best-Selling Author, Win C welcomes Steve Graff. Steve and wife Tami own Cypress Hill Lavender Farm in east Texas and is the publisher of the Our Little Lavender Farm podcast. Steve is an Army veteran of the 10th Mountain Division, owner of multiple businesses, father of 2 and grandfather of 2 and a half (one on the way), and has been married for 26 years. Steve is an avid outdoorsman, especially fishing, hunting, hiking, and farming. Steve's podcast, Our Little Lavender Farm, is a spinoff from his experiences owning and working a small lavender farm and the stories and lessons learned there. To learn more about Steve visit www.chlavender.com.
RANDOM QUESTIONS. The 3Q3D team takes a field trip to their local “Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area”, aka DORA, and scavenges a variety of drinks to share under the town clocktower while debating the best 80s movies, the worst states, and the best day on the calendar. Stick around for the grand finale as Chris regales Matt and Amanda with a heartwarming story from his youth involving a Highlights for Kids magazine. Drinks in this episode: >> Negroni cocktail from Hudson's Restaurant: Tito's gin, Campari, Sweet Vermouth, garnished with orange peel >> Old Thyme Sour cocktail from Downtown 140: Jameson, Thyme, Cinnamon infusion, ginger beer, garnished with a sprig of Thyme >> Lavender Muse cocktail from Downtown 140: Empress gin, Lavender honey infusion, Lemon, Prosecco float >> No Effen Way cocktail from One Red Door: Effen cucumber vodka, Giffard elderflower, Basil, Prosecco float
One of my favourite essential oils is lavender essential oil. I've been using it for nearly 20 years, long before I even understood the many benefits of it! Lavender essential oil is one of the most gentle and useful of all essential oils and with its soft, floral, slightly herbal scent, it's loved by many. In this episode you'll learn the benefits of lavender essential oil and how to use it in your home and on your body. What do you love about lavender essential oil? Let me know in the comments. www.yourlivewelljourney.com FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/yourlivewelljourney PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/live.well.insiders.group INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com.livewelljourney
The Outlaw John Rocha welcomes his fellow Geek Buddy and avid Ted Lasso fan to review the second episode of Season 2 titled Lavender. The hit series from Apple TV+ stars Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, Hannah Waddingham, Juno Temple, Jeremy Swift, Brett Goldstein, Phil Dunster, Nick Mohammed, Cristo Fernandez, and more. The series is created by Bill Lawrence, Jason Sudeikis and Brendan Hunt. The episode titled Do The Right-est Thing from writer Nicole Ashley Black focuses on Rebecca receiving a special visitor to shadow her at work, a player's return is not welcomed by the team and Sam takes a BIG stand. Chapters: 0:00 Intro, Synopsis and Ashley Nicole Black Discussion 4:04 Jamie Tartt Struggles to be Accepted 9:50 Led Tasso Appears! 12:16 Nora and Rebecca Get Reacquainted 19:10 Sam Takes a BIG Stand Against a Corporation 27:26 Wrap up and Social Media Plugs #TedLasso #JasonSudeikis #AppleTV #Review #HannahWaddingham #BrendanHunt #BrettGoldstein #JunoTemple #BillLawrence #TVReview #AFCRichmond Join The Outlaw's Patreon at: https://patreon.com/JohnRocha Follow The Outlaw John Rocha on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRochaSays Follow The Outlaw John Rocha on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therochasays/
We're back to recap Ted Lasso's season 2 episode 2 - Lavender. This week we see Jamie Tartt at his lowest, Roy Kent makes Cordon Bleu for Keeley, Higgins plays musical offices, and Ted makes a big decision that is certain to affect the dressing room. Scandalous! Here's your inside the episode 0-15 minutes - Recap 16 - 22 minutes - 5 Burning Questions, SCiLMotW, Pop Culture 22 - 25 minutes - What I learned, Easter Eggs, Top 5 moments 26 - end - wrap up Enjoy! Please like, listen, rate and review!
Today we're going to be sharing a recap of our visit to the lavender fields. If you're thinking of visiting a lavender field this season, this episode is for you! A few weeks ago, we ventured to Sequim, WA – located about 2 ½-3 hours outside of Seattle in the Olympic Peninsula. We visited lavender fields, a castle Airbnb, and a diner, and we thought it would be fun to share a recap of our weekend trip there.Follow Emma on Instagram: @emmasedition | Pinterest: @emmaseditionFollow Maddy on Instagram: @madcrayy | Pinterest: @madcrayyFollow the Content Creatives Podcast: @contentcreativespodcastJoin the Content Creatives Podcast Facebook Group!
As you might already know, mindfulness is a way to be in the present and only the present. You focus on what you are doing or thinking at this moment, without worrying about the future or dwelling on the past. Mindfulness can be used for so many things, from helping you to lose weight, to re-gaining your focus on important work projects. It is really important for your mental and emotional health, as well as your physical health. One specific method of being more mindful is through meditation. The two things combine to allow you to be a happier, more fulfilled and more balanced person. Here are some things to know about mindfulness meditation. What is Mindfulness Meditation? First of all, it can help to learn a little more about what mindfulness meditation is and how it can help you. The following information is going to give you more insight into what meditating in a mindful way means and of course the different ways it can help you. You now know that mindfulness is a way of being, thinking, and living in the moment. If you are eating a meal, you are focused only on what you are eating, including the textures, flavors, and sensations. You aren't watching TV or thinking about your budget meeting. You only focus on your meal. This practice can also be used with meditation. Mindfulness is not easy to pick up right away, especially during a busy day when your negative thoughts and stressful situations creep up in your mind constantly. This is why you should start by also practicing meditation. How to Start Meditating Instead of trying to stress yourself out with both mindfulness and meditation at the same time, start slow. Just start with basic meditating. Find yourself a quiet space where you can really focus on the meditation. This can be anywhere from your bedroom at night before bed to even the shower or when you are going for a walk. If you can do it at home where you can sit comfortably with your eyes closed, that can be helpful. Start your meditation by focusing on your breathing and only thinking about the breathing. Focus on taking in each breath and letting it out. Think about your lungs, and not about your next meal or all the appointments you have next week. This simple act will help you to retrain your mind to think about just one thing, which is the essence of both meditation and mindfulness. Using Mindfulness With Meditation Now that you have a good introduction to meditation, you can start using mindfulness. Once you get used to sitting quietly and trying to clear your mind of all those nagging thoughts and only think about your breathing, you can then start with the practice of mindfulness. This is when you are only concerned with the present moment. Once you have the breathing practice down, choose just one thought to focus on. Only one thing happening in this current moment. This is a good introduction into how mindfulness meditation works. The Benefits of Mindfulness Meditation Before discussing more tips on mindfulness meditation, it helps to know why you should start this practice. There are actually many advantages to mindfulness meditation, from lowering your stress to helping with your mind's focus, memory, and concentration. Mindfulness meditation can also help your physical health, which is something many people are not fully aware of. Take a look at some of these benefits of mindfulness meditation. Stress Reduction One of the top reasons people like mindfulness meditation is because it helps reduce their stress. When you start meditating and living in the present with mindfulness, you learn how to think about things differently. It isn't going to magically get rid of all those stressful situations and people in your life, but it helps you to deal with them better. You develop a healthy coping mechanism where you understand and appreciate things for what they are, and stop dwelling on how much worse they could be. It truly is remarkable how helpful this is for your overall stress and anxiety. Improved Memory If you struggle with memory issues, this might be more to do with how much you are trying to keep track of in your mind. Memory issues are often linked to negative thoughts and overthinking. When you start the bad habit of overthinking, it tends to lead to over-analyzing things as well. This is only going to make everything more stressful and frustrating for you. If you can start mindfulness meditation, you will notice that you are focusing on one thing at a time, so your memory starts to improve as well. Better Focus and Concentration Other cognitive functions can also be improved with meditation, including your focus and concentration. Once again, you are changing the way you think about things, developing positive attitudes like acceptance, appreciation and gratitude, patience, and nonjudgment. This in turn allows you to focus on one thing at a time, whatever is happening in the present, instead of trying to think about too many things at a time. With proper mindfulness and meditation, you are learning how to adapt to everything around you, let go of the negative emotions, and appreciate all of the positivity in your life. It is very fulfilling and improves your overall focus in the long run. This can help with work, school, and anything else you are trying to achieve. Lower Blood Pressure As far as physical benefits, the first is lowering your blood pressure. This comes from a lot of the mental and emotional benefits, therefore lowering your blood pressure. Things like stress, anxiety, and lack of focus can overwhelm your mind, and actually have a negative effect on your body. When you start meditating and using mindfulness in your daily life, you will feel less stressed and overwhelmed, which can then cause your blood pressure to get a rest. Weight Loss Don't forget about the benefits for eating and weight loss! Mindfulness isn't just done in a meditation session, but throughout the day. By living more in the present, you can also focus on what is good for your body, starting with mindful eating. This is when you really think about your food choices and indulge in each meal, instead of being distracted and just grabbing any snack without thinking twice about it. Through mindful eating, you learn to notice the signs of actual hunger and not boredom or feeding your emotions. Over time, you will notice that it changes your eating habits and ultimately leads to weight loss. Future Success Finally, all of these benefits can help you future. You become more successful by being less stressed and more focused on the task at hand. You stop trying to multi-task and become a unitasker, which really does wonders for you. All of these things you learn through mindfulness meditation are going to help you in the future. How to Start Doing Mindfulness Meditation You have already have a brief introduction into what mindfulness meditation is and how it works, but let's go a little deeper into the practice. You will also learn some helpful method, tips, and tricks that can help you if you are new to meditation. Where to Meditate As mentioned briefly in the previous section, you need to start by choosing the right place for your meditation. Schedule a time of the day when nobody else is home or when you have few distractions. Wait until the kids are at school or asleep, your significant other is otherwise engaged, and let the dogs outside for a bit. Every little distraction, from a knock on the door to a cell phone ringing is going to break you out of the meditation. You only need about 15-20 minutes to start with. For now, try to choose a place in the house where you can sit quietly and close your eyes. Eventually, meditation can be anywhere you find it relaxing, from driving to work to going for a walk or hike. However, right now you want to practice with your eyes closed, so choose your bedroom, living room, or even on your patio if it is quiet and peaceful enough. Sit in your location with your eyes close and in a relaxing position. It should be a position where you will not be fidgeting or moving around constantly. Keep your back straight and hands relaxed. What to Focus On Once you have gotten into the right position, you can start with your mindfulness meditation. Traditional meditation calls for clearing your mind completely, so that is a good first step. Focus on your breathing first to clear your mind of all distractions, stressful situations, plans, and schedules. Put your to-do list away and watch your negative feelings and thoughts float away. Once you are only thinking about your breathing, your mind is clear, and you can start the mindfulness portion. This is when you are focusing on just one thing, one thought, one scenario. You are being mindful about the present, so it can be as simple as thinking about the act of meditation or a scent you smell in the air. What you focus on is not as important as the act of meditation to relax your body and mind. Find a Singular Object It can also help to focus on a single object with your eyes opened or closed. If you want to close your eyes, get an object that is simple to hold in your hand. This can be anything that is small and easy to feel in your hands. You will close your eyes and hold this object, touching its details and curves, focusing on the sensations, shape, and size, and not on any other thoughts that try to creep in. You can also choose a visual object, such as focusing on a painting on the wall or placing an object right in front of you. Look at the colors, textures, and design of that object. What you are doing is training your mind to release all other thoughts and focus on one singular thing. Be Patient Remember to always be patient. Both mindfulness and meditation will take practice and is not something you are going to pick up right away. People need time to get used to clearing their minds and having a singular focus. You have lived all these years trying to multi-task, do everything at once, think about every little thing that could go wrong, making plans and schedules and to-do lists. It takes time just to relax and be in the moment, so make sure you are patient with yourself. Incorporate Essential Oils With Meditation As a final note, we want to discuss using essential oils in combination with meditation. This can be really helpful, especially for beginners. You are not only going to focus on the scents to help with mindfulness, but certain scents can actually help you relax even further. Good Essential Oils to Use You can use any oils you want, but there are some that are good for relaxing and calming the mind. Here is a list of some essential oils to try out, and the reasons why they are so helpful. Lavender One of the best and most relaxing essential oil scents to start with is lavender. Lavender is perfect for stress relief, lowering anxiety, and helping your mind and body to fully relax. You will feel calm with a scent that isn't too strong or overbearing. Lemon You can also try lemon, which is especially good when you are doing the mindfulness meditation in the morning or when you want to be a little more alert. This is a fresh scent that also helps with improving your mood, reducing allergies, and improving your respiratory system. Peppermint Peppermint is a bit of a stronger scent, but you can dilute it even more or put a little less into your oil diffuser. Peppermint is good for oral health, respiratory support, and better focus and concentration. Like lemon, it is also a great mood lifter. Rose Rose is a light floral scent that will calm and relax your mind, while also helping your body to relax. This is good for beginners, and can easily be mixed with some of the other scents. Resources: Eckhart Tolle – The Power of Now The Art of Effective Listening Organixx Article: Moving Meditation: A Meditation Practice for Those Who Just Can't Slow Down Organixx Article: 13 Powerful Proven Health Benefits of Meditation Organixx Article: 5 Reasons Behind Emotional Eating (& Tips on How to Eat Mindfully)
Ted Lasso S2E2 “Lavender” - Episode Recap - Ray Taylor Show Subscribe: InspiredDisorder.com/rts Binge Ad Free: InspiredDisorder.com/Patreon Show topic: The episode starts as Jamie is voted off his reality show, and Manchester City does not want him back. Jamie then goes to Ted for help, but Ted politely declines. Roy's former team Chelsea loses the championship game. Keeley then finally convinces Roy to get a pundit job at Sky Sports. Roy curses continually but almost everyone likes his performance outside of his co-hosts. When a picture taken of Jamie and Ted goes viral, the team is convinced Jamie is coming back as Sam gets very angry with Ted, but Ted assures him he said no. After a conversation between the two about Dads, Ted is reminded of how bad Jamie's dad is to him. Then, Ted consults the Diamond Dogs on whether to sign up Jamie again, Ted is left as the tying vote as Higgins votes yes, but Beard and Nate vote no. The episode ends with Jamie walking into training.Sponsored By:Patreon.com/InspiredDisorder $3 membership.*Binge full week of Ray Taylor Show (audio+Video)*Massive discount code for The Many Faces*Download raw photoshop filesStationHouseCoffee.com and @StationHouseCoffee on Instagram for premium small batch, single source coffee.InspiredDisorder.com/Ting $25 CREDIT! The best carrier. The best coverage.Same low rates, now with three coast-to-coast networks.Follow me:Twitter.com/RayTaylor Instagram.com/RayTaylorShow
Growing lavender? Our favorite retired college horticulture professor, Debbie Flower, has tips on how to rejuvenate aging lavender plants. UC Davis Arboretum Superintendent Emeritus Warren Roberts tells us all about that prolific summer bloomer, the crape myrtle tree. How can you tell when is best for harvesting backyard fruits and vegetables? And, when you bring them inside, where's the best place to store them to last the longest? On the counter, in the refrigerator, or some combination of both? We supply the answers to those questions for some of the most popular backyard crops.It's all on episode 125 of the Garden Basics with Farmer Fred podcast, brought to you today by Smart Pots and Dave Wilson Nursery. And we will do it all in under 30 minutes. Let's go!Pictured:Crape Myrtle TreeLinks:Smart PotsDave Wilson NurseryUC Davis ArboretumUC Davis Postharvest Care of Fruits and VegetablesBook: Pruning and TrainingVideo: Farmer Fred on Cool Season Vegetable GardeningHarvest Day Zoom link registration for Farmer Fred Q&A, Sat. Aug. 7More episodes and info available at Garden Basics with Farmer FredGarden Basics comes out every Tuesday and Friday. More info including live links, product information, transcripts, and chapters available at the home site for Garden Basics with Farmer Fred. Please subscribe, and, if you are listening on Apple, please leave a comment or rating. That helps us decide which garden topics you would like to see addressed.Got a garden question? There are several ways to get in touch: leave an audio question without making a phone call via Speakpipe, at https://www.speakpipe.com/gardenbasicsCall or text us the question: 916-292-8964. E-mail: email@example.com or, leave a question at the Facebook, Twitter or Instagram locations below. Be sure to tell us where you are when you leave a question, because all gardening is local. And thank you for listening.All About Farmer Fred:Farmer Fred website: http://farmerfred.comDaily Garden tips and snark on TwitterThe Farmer Fred Rant! BlogFacebook: "Get Growing with Farmer Fred"Instagram: farmerfredhoffmanFarmer Fred Garden Videos on YouTubeAs an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases from possible links mentioned here.
This week, Josh and Antonio recap "Ted Lasso" Season 2 Episode 2, "Lavender." The post Ted Lasso | Season 2 Episode 2 Recap: ‘Lavender' appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
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Why does it smell like a Parisian bedroom in here? Regardless, we’re back to discuss “Lavender,” which seems to be zeroing in on some key themes of season 2 of “Ted Lasso.” Is Ted guilty of creating a workplace that’s comfortable, but unsuccessful? Does the arrival of the Doc threaten Ted as a coach, or as a person in need of therapy himself? Why is Nate abusing Will? Why can’t Higgins find an office? Can Roy find a place for himself now that the youth football season is over? We convened a group of Tall Yodas to dispense some wisdom at you. Host Jason Snell with Jean MacDonald, Casey Liss, James Thomson and Peter Hartlaub.
We started our Ted Lasso show last week and now we're off and running with our weekly recaps and episode 2 of Season 2, Lavender. Jamie Tartt is back in the narrative, Roy Kent tries his hand at commentating, and Ted tries to bond with the Doc in a familiar way. We discuss all of this and give you our "Tedisms" of the week! Give us a listen and subscribe to the PB&B feed so you don't miss a single episode! FEATURING: Jeremy Goeckner & Craig McFarland Don't forget to follow/reach us at: PB&B Feed: https://anchor.fm/craig-mcfarland0 Website: www.nprillinois.org/programs/front-row-network Twitter: @frontrowreviewz Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefrontrownetwork/ Instagram: frontrownetwork YouTube: https://bit.ly/2NyawO0 Please enjoy this episode of PEANUT BUTTER & BISCUITS and as always, we'll see you in the front row!
We started our Ted Lasso show last week and now we're off and running with our weekly recaps and episode 2 of Season 2, Lavender. Jamie Tartt is back in the narrative, Roy Kent tries his hand at commentating, and Ted tries to bond with the Doc in a familiar way. We discuss all of this and give you our "Tedisms" of the week! FEATURING: Jeremy Goeckner & Craig McFarland Don't forget to follow/reach us at: Website: www.nprillinois.org/programs/front-row-network Twitter: @frontrowreviewz Email: email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefrontrownetwork/ Instagram: frontrownetwork YouTube: https://bit.ly/2NyawO0 Please enjoy this episode of PEANUT BUTTER & BISCUITS and as always, be a gold fish! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/craig-mcfarland0/support
Yes it's us again but this time we brought a friend! Courtney & André welcome in Texas A&M, Melbourne City and OL Reign star Ally Watt! Ally discusses the devastating injury she suffered twelve minutes into her NWSL career and her difficult path to recovery. She also talks about the mental strength required to reteach and re-train your body, and sheds insight on the long road back that people on the outside never see. Then – y'all know us – we go all over the place! We talk about angry kangaroos, scoring a goal with pneumonia, stanning Zendaya, Game of Thrones s8, the ridiculous athleticism of Olympic athletes, her love of Js, and so much more! Get into it! Listen, share, rate and review! We appreciate y'all! Follow us: Twitter - @DiasporaUtdPod Instagram - diasporautdpod
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/Jillian Lavender used to run a large division of an international publisher, always between two planes and walking right up to the line of major burnout.On the recommendation of a friend, and with some scepticism, she took a meditation course. From that point, things changed for her in a big way. She could handle her fast-paced life.After a complete career change, she now teaches meditation in London and New York and has written a book called Why Meditate? Because it Works.In this episode, we talk how meditation:- Can be easy and non-wierd - Improves your sleep - Can be done anywhere - Enhances your clarity of thought- Doesn't require you become a hippy!Links:Jillian's BookLondon Meditation CentreNew York Meditation Center
We're taking a summer field trip to Governors Island in New York City for this special bonus episode. We learn about the green ways the island is keeping the invasive plant species in check (with sheep!) and discover the incredible lavender fields growing different species of lavender. For information on how to get your own garden growing this summer, check out the Miracle-Gro Website. Your friends at Miracle-Gro are collaboration partners with iHeart Radio for "Humans Growing Stuff." Follow Humans Growing Stuff on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On this episode I chatted with Mary about her lavender farm located in Paul's Valley Oklahoma. Located just west of I-35, our new and expanding family owned lavender farm provides several varieties of walk-through and U-pick lavenders, as well as rosemary! Come walk around our beautiful farm, take pictures, enjoy the lavender, wildflowers, daylilies, and experience nature! Picnic area, gift shop with lavender products and lavender plants for sale are coming. Available by appointment only. Join us on Facebook, look for updates and watch us grow!! www.facebook.com/lakeviewlavenderfarm This podcast is presented by Oklahoma Agritourism. Hundreds of Farms and ranches across the state invite you to explore and experience the intersection of agriculture and tourism - Oklahoma's growing adventure. Pet a pig, help with a harvest, lie around at the lodge, wind down with a wine and more. However you want to experience agriculture, let Oklahoma Agritourism be your guide, Start your adventure at www.oklahomaagritourism.com #thisisoklahoma