Archive for August, 2016

Milk Making Day

In the words of the Dareen Daily team find who you can get to do all the things that keep you from making milk???  Listen to the audio for this to click.

You are in a job that requires X. How can you clear your time so that everything you do leads to X getting done?  This works for students, domestic engineers, [unsung heroes known as stay-at-homes], every working person and entrepreneurs.  For the entrepreneurs this skill of hiring the best to free up the Best is essential.

Go milk that cow and share what step you took to make that happen.

Oils to use: Clarity, Valor and Abundance.

Let ‘er Roar

Eliza Bayne on Bikini Dangers

Probably the worst thing you can hear when you’re wearing a bikini is “Good for you!” @ElizaBayne

How Russian Tour Guides See America

Here’s a guide to American ?culture for Russians visiting the U.S., straight from Russian tour books:

“Women play a greater role in business. Often they insist to be treated exactly as an equal and not as a lady.”

“As a rule, the [social] invitation will be only on a weekend, and you don’t have to prepare for something extravagant. Everything is the same as ours, only with far less booze.”

“‘See you later’ should not be taken literally. That is a courtesy, ?and no more.”  Source: Mental Floss

The Smell of Delta

Delta Airlines is infusing its cabins with a lavender-and-chamomile scent called Calm. The Week asked its readers to come up with a better name to match “the ambience of the packed economy cabin.”

“Eau the Humanity” —Serena Meyer

“Giorgio’s Arm-on-me” —Wade Etheredge

“Chanel No. 5 Inches of Legroom” —Austin King

“Claustrophobique” —Cynthia Pocali

“Mist Connection” —Cary Berkowitz

“The 99 Per-scent” —Julia Flagg


The first time my mother flew, she was a nervous wreck. During takeoff, the roar from the engines proved ?reassuring—it meant they were working, she reasoned. But when the plane leveled off, so did the engines. Grabbing the armrests, she asked aloud, “Did we stop?” Samantha Earls, Wister, Oklahoma

No Emergency Exits, Thanks

The flight attendant on our trip was handing out plastic pilot wings to some kids. As I stepped forward, she jokingly offered me one, but I passed. Pointing to the Airborne wings on my Army uniform, I explained, “The last time someone gave me wings, I had to jump out of the airplane.” Col. David Jessop (Ret.), Rineyville, Kentucky

Keep the chuckles going….

By Adina in Humor  .::. (Add your comment)

Brain Health

This quiz might give you some insight as to things to do to keep that brain healthy. It’s very short but informative.

Great brain information from the Big ALZ site.

Coconut oil is an important part of brain health.

Why do I bring this up?  You younger ones (under 40) have been bombarded since conception by things that attack your brains.  I am thinking primarily about the EMF-electro magnetic fields.  According to Olle Johansson,PhD the research shows we need to be paying attention.  EHS is real.

Can you protect yourselves?  That is for you to research and make choices on.

Essential Oils cross the blood brain barrier. Research has shown that the brain can heal when potent substances are given to it.  Dr. Stewart is a respected research scientist and an advocate/user of the potent Young Living Essential Oils products.

My brain oils and supplements from Young Living are: Mindwise, Brain Power, Frankincense, Omegagize and  Clarity.

Enjoy your wonderful brain and share what you do to keep it healthy.

Get that Tension Working for You

This Darren Daily says it all.  This FREE daily inspirational service is what has kept me on track.  I really don’t know what I’d do without the Darren Daily team.

Have you signed up for an experience that inspires, uplifts, and directs you to your best you?  This is a guy that knows how to live Oola.

The oils that pop out are Magnify Your Purpose, Build Your Dream, Highest Potential, Gratitude, Hope,  and Joy.

Time to Indulge

No Such Thing As A Free Yacht

A salesman talked my uncle into buying 10,000 personalized pens for his business with the promise that ?he would be eligible to win a 32-foot yacht. A born gambler, my uncle agreed.

Well, he won, and a few weeks after the pens arrived, his prize showed up: a 12-inch plastic yacht with ?32 plastic feet glued to the bottom.   Eddie Edwards, Ripley, Tennessee


My Sword of Employer

The black lacquer stand ?holding his prized samurai swords was dusty, so my husband left our cleaning lady a note, reading, “Check out my swords.” That evening, he found the stand just as dirty as ?before but with this appended to ?his note: “Nice swords.”  Eleonore Bode-Lemming, Salem, Oregon


My Kids Don’t Know What I Do

I’ve been working on my PhD ?in engineering for the past five years, but my kids don’t necessarily see that as work.
As we were driving past Walmart one day, my son spotted a Now Hiring sign and suggested that I could get ?a job there.

Hoping to make a point, I asked, “Do you think they’re looking for an engineer?”

“Oh, sure,” he said. “They’ll hire anybody.”  Christopher Fields, Fort Collins, Colorado


Zebra looking at a piano—-“Dad?”

All the stories are true except the talking Zebra.

Enjoy your wonderful day.

By Adina in Daily Rx,Humor  .::. (Add your comment)


Our Oola Balance oil has taught me that time is my friend.  An open heart often leads and doesn’t always engage the brain to think things through. Our oils of Common Sense and Clarity often help us to see the bigger picture and bring into focus what the best choices are for us to make.

A friend is hurting.  Her siblings are showing her what they truly are and it is hard to accept.  It appears that the LOVE of money is at the root of this evil. She was the one that brought these powerful Young Living products to me.  We have known each other for over 20 years. Many good things are coming from this experience but I so want to be a physical part of this journey.  As I use my oils I know that I will have Clarity on my role. Do I go to her or is my role to be a different type of support?

The oils I’ll use are Frankincense for spiritual uplifting, Release to let go of my ideas, Surrender to what is best for all, and  Joy knowing that the best decision has been made.


Off Day

Sometimes the last thing we want to be is Our Best, Our Personal Best, Our Better Than We Have Ever Been Best.  How can we schedule those ‘I want to underachieve’ times?  Oh yeah we all know the trap we set when we let the momentum lag, The Compound Effect tells us so.  

Look at your weekend life.  Are you taking time for the OOla areas that restore you for “The Best Work” mode.  My restorative Oola areas are having fun, being with friends, taking time with family, and special faith practices.  These are the things that super restore me so that during my “The Best I Can Be Days” I have the desire, focus, and energy to grind it out.

You have a very special oil collection to assist you on this Oola journey, Oola7Infused collection.  This collection can be found at YoungLiving under Product.

[ To buy at the wholesale cost Click on “Become a Member” and sign up. For help text/call Adina at 702-419-5371.  I’ll be happy to give you more information and to help you purchase this collection.  If you know that you aren’t going to buy other products there is no need to Become a Member.]

The oils to use are the OOLA oils:  Faith   Family   Finances   Field (your work) Fitness  Friends  Fun

Commit to an OOla life today.   What area will you focus on today?  Me today is all about fitness and finances.



A police officer jumps into his squad car and calls the station.

“I have an interesting case here,” he says. “A woman shot her husband for stepping on the floor she just mopped.”

“Have you arrested her?” asks the sergeant.

“No, not yet. The floor’s still wet.”    Submitted by Rose Mattix, Decatur, Illinois


I once gave my husband the silent treatment for an entire week, at the end of which he declared, “Hey, we’re getting along pretty great lately!” Bonnie McFarlane, from You’re Better Than Me


When Siri Slips

After i-messaging back and forth with my wife, I jokingly commanded Siri to pass along this message: “You need to get back to work now; you have a husband to support.”

Here’s what Siri sent: “You need to get back to work now; you have a has-been to support.” John Brown, Jenks, Oklahoma


A Wee Little Triumph

Try as she might, our granddaughter couldn’t grasp the concept of potty training. Then one day … Success! Jumping up and down, she threw her arms in the air and yelled in excitement, “I went potty all by myself, and now I can go to Harvard!” Jan and Jack McCloskey, San Francisco, California


Enjoy the healing, uplifting, realigning belly laughs.

Our Brain Health

Did you know that physical movement creates a response in the brain that increases brain health?  Did you know that the brain can actually shrink when physical movement is to low?  Did you know that we can easily support brain health by simple changes in our foods?  Did you know that Alzheimer is now being called Type III Diabetes?

Dr. Debora Gordan:        Daniel Amen, MD   Christopher Shade, PhD

These are just 3 of the presenters at the  Alzheimer & Dementia Summit. Some great information that is easy to implement.

Ole Johansson,PhD from Sweden shared the evidence of the Electro Magnetic Fielsds (EMF) effects on brain health–Wireless is the biggest culprit.  Some easy and affordable solutions to protect your grey matter and it does matter folks.

So glad for the effectiveness of the Young Living essential oils to keep my brain healthy, the Young Living supplements like Omegagize, the oils like BrainPower, and the education on nutrition that supports brain health. True Grit explains  why I will only buy Young Living’s Einkorn flour that they produce from ancient seeds.

So good to have confidence in the products you use to support your systems.

Share with us the commitment you have to your brain health.

Wait—-Delayed Gratification

I have learned that I need to trust the waiting process.  So many times stepping in only disrupts the natural flow, often when we wait (patiently waiting is even better ) the end results is what we had  hope for.

Not saying the thing we so want to say; waiting for natural resolution, not eating/drinking those empty calories; working towards a healthier body, not spending what we don’t have; living in financial prosperity, all this goes against our WANT for instant gratification.

Delayed gratification gives us a larger or more enduring reward. When we practice delayed gratification we increase our patience, our empathy, our life purpose gets enlarged and we become more than we thought we could be.

Darren Hardy loves to quote, “You were made for magnificence.”  Let your magnificence shine.

Some of the oils I smell, diffuse, or wear when I need extra support to practice delayed gratification are:  Valor   Joy   Stress Away   Common Sense   Highest Potential

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