Two Natural Well-being Products to Try this Season

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Spring is always the start of something new and a great season to step up self-care and well-being routines. I have recently come across a few natural weather products and they have been keeping me very busy. If you are into natural products and are on the hunt for some new ones to try, you have landed on the right blog post. Here are a few natural well-being products to try this season:

Olverum Body Polish

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This body polish by Olverum is a great natural well-being product to try out this season. It is made with natural essential oils, which is amazing. I am very into essential oils, and I like the fact that this body polish contains my favourite essential oils.

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Firming Bergamot, Lavandin, and Geranium Oils work in concert to boost elasticity, while aromatic contouring botanicals Grapefruit Oil and Fennel Oil brighten skin tone and spirit alike. Blending harmoniously with the invigorating scents of Patchouli Oil and Ylang Ylang, this carefully balanced formula leaves skin feeling refined, supple, and glowing with a renewed lustre.

It is a fantastic product to try out and I highly recommend it.

Tisserand Aromatherapy, The Little Box of Happiness, Roll On Essential Oils Happiness Set

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This Little Box of Happiness, Roll On Essential Oils Happiness Set by Tisserand Aromatherapy is so good. I love the little bottles a  lot! They are so handy and easy to use with the roller balls. If you want a quick pick me up to carry around as you are out and about, this is the set you need. I love the blend of essential oils in this set:

  •    SHINE BRIGHT: Bergamot, Grapefruit & Cardamom
  •    CREATIVE SPACE: Clary Sage, Grapefruit & Frankincense
  •    HAPPY VIBES: Lemon Tea Tree, Bergamot & Nutmeg


What do you think of these 2 natural well-being products? Have you tried any? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below. Thanks for stopping by.




How to stay active when working from home

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I have been running my own business from home for many years, long before it became trendy. Working remotely works amazingly well for me. It allows me to juggle all sorts at the same time, like taking care of my babies, going back to university to study Psychology, and now recently, I got a full-time job working from home. I won’t have it any other way as working remotely allows me do all that needs to be done and more. However, it can be very easy to be inactive when you work from home. If you are not careful, you can find yourself sitting down for hours without taking breaks or moving around, and this can way can cause havoc if it carries on for too long.

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How to stay active when working from home

If you are wondering how to stay active when working from home, here are a few ideas that may work for you.

Keep active while you sit with a desk exercise equipment

It is important to keep active all through the day but I know how hard it can be when you have numerous tasks to complete on your desktop. One way to ensure you stay active is to move even when you are sitting. I know this may sound tricky to do but thankfully there are all sorts of compact desk exercise equipment that would help those who need to stay active while sitting.

All you have to do is to shop around for the right desk exercise equipment to fit your fitness goals as well as your living space. A quick online search would bring up many options.

Exercise from the comfort of your home

If you are too busy to hit the gym or you rather workout from home like me, make the time as many times as you can in a week to exercise from home. I try to exercise in the mornings before I start my day and it helps me get through the day feeling fab. Jumping jacks, dumbbell lifts, push ups, squats, are some amazing suggestions for indoor workout.

Go for walks in nature

I take breaks regularly while working as much as I can. I like to spend time in nature so I make sure I go for my daily walks outside of the school run. It helps me break the day nicely and clears my head. The more windy, the better, but I like sunny spells too!

Going for regular walks helps massively especially when you work from home as you don’t commute and you may find yourself not stepping out if you have no other responsibilities.

Walk around your house

I know this sounds like common sense but it surprises how easy it can be to work for hours at my desk if I don’t make it a goal to stand up. Walking around your home is as easy as getting every hour (or half hourly if possible) to get a drink or just to stretch the legs.

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Hopefully these tips on how to stay active as you work from home have given you food for thought. Staying active, like most things in life, is down to intention. Once you make up your mind to stay active and you channel your energy into doing just that, you will find yourself becoming more and more active as the days go by.





How To Make Your Room Feel More Tropical

Do you dream of jetting off to somewhere tropical? The Bahamas would be a good idea or even The Maldives, but why fork out extra pennies when you can make your very own room a tropical paradise? Tropical decor is a trend that has grown in popularity in recent years and plays on brightly coloured accents, oversized foliage and animal prints for a refreshing tropical style.

So, how do you do it? Follow these top tips to bring all things tropical to you.

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Maximise natural light

One way you can easily enhance the natural light in your home is by adding more mirrors or shiny objects so light can project around the room. If you have a few pennies to spare, installing larger windows or doors is a great way to let in the sunshine. Why not try experimenting with paint too? Opt for neutral shades such as taupe, cotton white and beige as these natural colour palettes will act as a reflector to help bounce light around the room and make your space appear more open.

‌Accessorise with bamboo

‌Going green seems to be on everyone’s minds lately and it’s not hard to see why. Bamboo is the perfect way to add a natural, harmonic feel to your home whilst keeping close to mother nature. Bamboo blinds are unique and will change things up from your traditional window coverings – not only does the bamboo provide similar benefits as regular plastic or wooden blinds, but they also add natural textures to your home. You can also use bamboo as freestanding plants, invest in bamboo framed mirrors or even lampshades.

Decorate with seashells

You don’t need to live by a beach to be close to the waters – just add some seashells to your home! Seashells are a unique and cheap way to decorate your home whilst keeping close to nature. You can use shells as freestanding ornaments on fireplaces and coffee tables or place them in rustic clay bowls and clear jars for a minimal but classic look. Another way you can get creative with seashells is by simply decorating anything you like with shells – mirrors, photo frames, lanterns, candleholders and more!

Create an aquarium

Many people have aquariums in their homes of varying sizes. They can be housed anywhere in your home where light is prevalent such as a living room, dining room, kitchen or bedroom. To create your very own aquarium, you’ll need a tank, a stand, an aquarium light, a filtration system, a thermometer, some substrate and a fishnet at the very least. Then, you’ll need to choose the fish, of course!

Why not go for some tropical fish, like a rainbow fish? Adding rainbow fishes to an aquarium will instantly dazzle the room with colour. The bright and vibrant colours of are a popular design choice and can be found in many graphics, patterns or even in game designs like the sisters of oz wowpot. You can also go with vibrant sand or gravel to enhance the colours even more.

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Add plants as décor

‌Plants are a great way to add some natural colour to your home. Whether you’re a full-time ‘plant mom’ or you’re slowly introducing yourself to all things green, plants will instantly make your home feel more tropical. You can start by having fun with vines – use these to decorate around mirrors, on top of fireplaces and even on shelves to create a free-falling look. Freestanding plants are still popular too! You can experiment with different sizes and strategically place them around your home wherever feels fit. Remember, you don’t have to experiment with real plants if you don’t want to. Faux plants are just as great.


Whether you’re redoing your room on a budget or have a bit of cash to spare, there are endless options that you can turn to make your room feel more tropical. From in-house aquariums to bamboo furnishings and vibrant plant additions, you’ll never be too far away from a tropical paradise with these top tips.



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