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Living Libations Vetiver Vibe Incense fills your home, studio or event with the rich, herbaceous wonders of pure, organic vetiver. A robust, heavy-scented essence captured from crushed wild grass roots, vetiver is traditionally used to ceremoniously to clear and ground the spirit.

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In a world that demands our constant attention, yet it can feel impossible to unplug. Spending too much time on mobile phones, computers, and other devices can cause fatigue, anxiety, nervous tension, and exhaustion. Diffusing essential oils can help with digital-detox and thus achieve deeper relaxation.

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Diffusing essential oils has been shown to have a positive impact on the brain. Essential oils may also support brain health and improve concentration during tasks that require extended periods of focus. While certain scents are associated with enhanced focus and concentration, the very act of inhaling diffused essential oils is said to stimulate healthy brain activity.

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from Warm Hot Chocolate

Air Plants: Care and Styling

Air Plants: Learn how to care for air plants and get ideas for incorporating them into your home decor.

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Air Plant (Tillandsia) Care Infographic: Are your air plants dying? Did you know that air plants DO need water? The misconception that they feed off the air is the most common reason they start to fade and die. Learn this and more pro tips to grow and care for air plants, aka Tillansia or Tillys. Follow this easy guide to keeping your air plants in peak condition.

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from eHow

Air Plant Care 101

Air plants (also known as tillies, or tillandsias, after their genus name) can be tricky to keep alive. Well-intentioned lovers of these plants might mistake “no soil” for “no water,” which isn’t the case. “Air plant” does not mean “breatharian of the plant world.” Get all the tips here: http://www.ehow.com/how_12340933_air-plant-care-101.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

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Forgetting what's inside us is why we stop believing in [the] magic . . . of living. - S. C. Lourie

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