Post Event Recap

by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

December 5, 2018

For the fourth year in a row, I have sold my wares at the Essential Wellness Holiday Bazaar. This bazaar caters to the essential oil community, which proves a pretty good platform to sell my essential oil holders. In other venues, people tend to scratch their heads. 

With all that was sold, we only have 15 oil holders left in stock. Here’s my plan: once those are sold out a redesign will happen. My husband and I have been crafting and creating these together for four years now. And, it is time that I learn the tools of the trade and bring them to you myself. I’ll still retain him for the heavy lifting, teaching, and quality control, but we need to shift our work structure. So, buy up those last remaining oil holders, because once they are gone, they won’t be recreated exactly like that. 

I also unveiled print versions of my “Leave ’em” cards. They have been for sale in my shop as a download for the better part of this last year. Some are clean, some have some vulgar language. The idea is that you get to spread a little joy to someone who you think needs it. All you do is leave them a card with the message you choose. I have some stock leftover last night, so the new cards will be $1 each, stacks of 8 are $7, and the downloads are still just $5. 

Finally, I showcased my brand new 2019 Celestial Planner. I am really excited about this workbook, and I think you will be too. If you are interested in aligning your life in flow with the moon, this workbook is for you. Follow the moon through the signs, use the guided phase-based journal prompts, and take note throughout the month, ending with reflective questions every month. I believe this tool will give you space to completely uplevel in this next year. An introductory price of $18 for a print copy and $15 for your digital download. Get yours today! 

Once you’ve downloaded your planner and your inventory, be sure to set aside 36 minutes and fill out the inventory with my guided video where I walk you through all 12 aspects of the circle. 

Download the inventory, block the time, and follow along! 

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