My Two Big Announcements!

I’ve been keeping a secret and I hope you’re as excited about it as I am. I’m writing a new book! It will be called It All Began in a Garden (unless the title changes) and will feature 52 essential oils—one for each week of the year. Designed for both the new and the savvy oiler, it will contain a wealth of information, testimonials, inspirational stories, DIY recipes, diffuser blends, and lots of new, color photos—yes, COLOR photos!! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I’m enjoying writing i...
Tags: Announcements, Homeschooling, Essential Oils, My Young Living group

Style Inspiration from the Critics Choice Awards 2019

Got a formal event coming up? Here's how to dress just like the stars on the Critics Choice Awards blue carpet!Awards season is officially underway! I am so excited! It's always so much fun to watch my favorite stars be recognized for their work. This last Sunday, The Critics' Choice Awards were held and they brought together some of the biggest names in television and movies. Members of the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association voted on 2018's b...
Tags: Celebs, College, Inspiration, Julia Roberts, Prada, Calvin Klein, Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, Amy Adams, Emily Blunt, Gaga, Louis Vuitton, Celebrity Fashion, Red Carpet, Emily, Julia

4 Quick Ways to Reinvent Your Wardrobe for the New Year (On a Budget!)

For when you just need a little bit of a refresh but you don't have the extra cash.We've all been there: You're standing in front of your closet for what feels like a million years, waiting for that perfect outfit to jump out at you, but for some reason, the magic isn't happening. You're sick of everything you own and want to change things up. Obviously you don't have the money to go out and buy a full new wardrobe, so what is a girl to do? I had this problem this week, so I brainstormed a few s...
Tags: College, Wardrobe, Fashion Tips, Poshmark, Capsule, Thrifting

Van Nuys doughnut dispute among dramas in LAUSD strike’s first week

The weeklong teachers’ strike in the L.A. Unified School District has generated emotion and all kinds of disputes, large and small, as the two sides have squared off in public. Among the dramas that played out was this one involving a student bringing doughnuts to her teachers in Van Nuys. Seeing her teachers picketing in the rain on Tuesday, Jan. 15 — the second day of the strike — 12-year-old Alyssa Lynch asked her mom to stop to buy doughnuts on the way in to Fulton College Prep, a combined m...
Tags: News, Education, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, Alyssa, Van Nuys, Unified School District, Warnecke, Top Stories LADN, Alyssa Lynch, Fulton College Prep, Jessica Warnecke Alyssa

My Truth About Losing a Parent

The truth is -- death sucks, but hopefully it can help you see life with a different perspective. On January 25th, 2015 two little words changed my life.Staring into the headlights of my cousins car, my mom's tiny frame ran towards me. My knees felt like they cracked through the pavement as I saw the tears run down her face and she whispered the words we were too afraid to even think. "He's gone." In an instant I went from the girl with a full family to the girl who lost the first man in her li...
Tags: Parents, College, Love, Wise, College Life

‘I’m just gonna presume it’s late forever:’ Seattle school-bus delays consistent during first week of viadoom

The closure of the Alaskan Way viaduct has nothing on the months-long driver shortage faced by Seattle Public Schools' main bus contractor, First Student.
Tags: News, Education, Seattle, Local News, Northwest, Education Lab, Puget Sound, Seattle Public Schools

Psychology Around the Net: January 19, 2019

Within this week’s Psychology Around the Net, you’re going to meet a psychiatrist who uses social media for good, get a plethora of self-care tips (many of which I guarantee you haven’t thought of), find out just exactly how many happy facial expressions we have, and more. Enjoy! You Have 17 Different Facial Expressions to Show Happiness (and That’s Reason to Smile): After a recent study involving more than seven million online images and 30 countries, Aleix Martinez, a cognitive scientist an...
Tags: Psychology, Technology, Instagram, Incarceration, College, Study, Happiness, Alabama, Social Media, Research, Self-help, Jail, Inmates, College Students, Stigma, Psychology Around The Net

Oodles of Classic Doctor Who Episodes Streaming Free Online This Month

A quick fyi: This month, Twitch is presenting a marathon streaming of classic Doctor Who episodes. Continuing through January 25th, they plan to broadcast "11 to 12 hours of new episodes per day (~27 episodes), repeating once so you can catch Doctor Who nearly 24 hours a day, every day..." Stream the episodes right above, or here on Twitch. Follow Open Culture on Facebook and   Twitter and  share intelligent media with your friends. Or better yet, sign up for our daily email and get a ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Television, College, Bbc, Sci Fi, Facebook Twitter, Vincent Van Gogh

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