Where are you now?

You landed on this site for a reason 

Maybe you're looking to make a few changes in your life, or a quick fix for some problem you're dealing with. I get it. I'm just grateful that you found us, and our intention is for you to find something of value, some tools, some information on healthy habits and essential oils that will help you on your journey. You need to be willing to commit the time it takes to guide yourself along this journey, so give yourself permission to spend a little time on you. 

Before you can move forward, you need to know where you're at. It's like looking at a map. You need to know where you're starting from so you can map out the best way to reach your destination. 

It can be as simple as making a list, or you may want to get a journal to help guide you with prompts. Whatever is going to work for you to do a little soul-searching and honest analysis or evaluation of your daily habits, lifestyle, likes, dislikes, etc. 

And if you have several things you want to work on or change, you're going to need to prioritize your list, so you can focus on the most important things first. Grab your journal, and let's get started.

Ask the right questions

In this self-discovery assessment, allow 30-60 minutes to write down honest answers to these important questions:

  • Where am I right now in terms of my:
    • Overall physical health
    • Mental / Emotional health
    • Relationships (Family, friends, co-workers, etc.)
    • Financial situation
    • Work or occupation
    • Time for myself / Fun / Creativity
    • Personal development
    • Spirituality
    • Anything else that's on your mind
  • Are you happy with where you are in these areas?
  • If not, what could be holding you back? Is it you?
  • Can you change it? If so, are you willing to change it?
  • What things in your life do you love and want more of?
  • What things do you want less of?
Congrats on taking the time to document your answers. That's a big first step. Self-reflection is not always easy, but it is essential if you want things to change for the better. 

Let's move on.