Getting Ready for the Holidays Part 2

It’s Thursday!! Hope everyone has had a great week so far! We spent what felt like several hours at Target yesterday shopping to use our 20% entire purchase we got from our Black Friday shopping. It was scary, and we are going to the other Target first thing in the morning for more. 😳 Anyways, I’ve got one more way of how you can use Young Living Essential Oils to get ready for the holidays. So, let’s get started with “Getting Ready for the Holidays Part 2…”

**Side note: (I haven’t forgotten) I will get back to the “Vitality vs. Regular Bottles Series” in a few week**

As I mentioned in my first-holiday post, I love using my Young Living Essential Oils more and more every day. Every day I manage to find more ways to use them to enjoy them even more. Along with diffusing, roll-ons, and taking internally whether in a capsule, in water, or cooking with; I’ve now discovered my new favorite ways to clean the house other than using Young Living’s Thieves Cleaner.

Things Used:

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  • Swiffer Dusters 360˚
  • Young Living Essential Oil

Swiffer Dusters 360˚:

I love these things as they are so easy to use for cleaning dust off practically any surface. Though, as you can see, I have a starter kit where you can put these things on the handle, but most of the time when I use them I don’t bother with using the handle. Either way is going to get the job done.

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Young Living Essential Oil:

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Just like for my ‘Carpet Freshener’ from “Getting Ready for the Holidays Part 1,” the first time I decided to use my Essential Oils for this I used my Purification Essential Oil. Not only did I get everything dusted off, but it also smelled great. To learn more about Young Living’s Purification Essential Oil head on over to my “Getting Ready for the Holidays Part 1” post. This time I decided to use Stress Away Essential Oil. You can read more about Stress Away by heading over to my “Young Living’s Starter Kit Part 6” post I did at the beginning of the year.


Cleaning the Window Blinds:

Getting Ready for the Holidays Part 2 -- Visit for more info... Getting Ready for the Holidays Part 2 -- Visit for more info...Everytime my sister comes home to visit now I try to make sure the house is as clean as it can be for her. Since she can’t particularly be around the oils at this time for specific reasons, I clean a few days before I know she is arriving. For a short demonstration, I have a super quick video of how easy it is to add a few drops of Essential Oils to the dusters. Then I have a quick video on how easy it is to use these for cleaning the window blinds.

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Teavana.comGetting Ready for the Holidays Part 2 -- Visit for more info...There you go. A quick and easy way to get your home holiday ready with Young Living Essential Oils. Hope you enjoyed!

Have any questions about today’s “Oily Thursday” “Getting Ready for the Holidays Part 2” post or Young Living Essential Oils? Please feel free to comment below. Ready to make it yourself but need the oils? Visit my personal Young Living website here. Want to sign up to be a consultant and receive free gifts, discounts and more? Click here. Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!

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**As with any over the counter medicines or prescription, a specific essential oil may work great for me, but not so much for you. I am not a doctor, just someone who uses essential oils on a daily basis and loves them. These are recommendations, as it is a trial and error type process to find what works best for you. This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.**

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