Warm Home DIY Diffuser Blend

It’s one of those mornings… you can just feel the cold radiating from down below the house… makes you wish for those heated floors the HGTV channel shows all the time on their home renovations.

This morning, I sat snuggled up with my boys on the couch with our toes tucked in tight under an electric blanket, as we pretended the floor was “hot lava” and watched old episodes of Dinosaur Train on Amazon Prime. It was a delightful and rare moment that both my 4 year old and 15 month old wanted to snuggle calmly… and I relished in every second.

While enjoying the rare quiet moment, my senses picked up on everything. The warmth of their hugs. The lovely aroma from my diffuser. And the lack of shrieks, belly buttons, and fart jokes. And the added bonus… they chose which oils we used today. So… what do you do when your 4-year-old hands you a bottle each of rosemary, eucalyptus, orange, cinnamon, and clove??? You make the room fill up with the delicious fall-like aroma… even though its January. Because it makes your home smell all warm and cozy… just like morning snuggles with two cuddly Littles.

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Warm up your spirit with this Warm Home DIY essential oil blend featuring rosemary, eucalyptus, wild orange, cinnamon, and clove essential oils... perfect for days where you just want to pretend the floor is hot lava!

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Nicole

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I am a wife, a mom, and a curious mind with an extensive background in research and analysis. I currently live near Austin, TX and enjoy creating things, cooking, mentoring, personal development, business strategy, and natural wellness that works towards preventative health. I'm also a huge information nerd and love to share my findings with others.

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