For the last couple years, I’ve been aware of another Hilltop Herbals page on Facebook. When I chose my new page I didn’t know about the other one, but over the years I’ve gotten a few comments and likes/follows that are not meant for me. I have endeavored to be sure those people are forwarded to their intended place as I hope they have done with my visitors.
It’s no one’s fault, but I just don’t want there to be any confusion between the two pages and have therefore created a new one for my Hilltop Herbals.
I had hoped to transfer my content from the old page to the new page and Facebook, in their wisdom, has decided that my two pages are not the same after all and therefore cannot be merged. I’ve downloaded the page and will keep it for history but all new content will go to the new page.
Thanks for your comments and best wishes over the years! I’m looking forward to the future with you.
I am so excited I just have to share! It’s official now… my patience has been rewarded.
An exhibition of my photography will be showing in November! More details to follow in coming months I just couldn’t hold it in any longer.
Ok, back to your regularly scheduled programs… 🙂
I’m so excited to have my photo ‘Alayna’ feautured in GuruShot’s Article about Glamour. The photo is at #19 on the list so feel free to go check it out by clicking here or below.
Alayna was such a good model, and so patient with me as I’m learning how to be a better photography. I don’t shoot too many people, but have vastly improved in landscapes, seascapes and more. You can see them also at GuruShots, Viewbug and on the Hilltop Arts Store (photo galleries are below the store categories on the left.) If you see something on GuruShots or Viewbug that’s not listed for sale on the store, email me and we can discuss your purchase.
Thanks again Alayna for modeling and Gurushots for choosing my photo.
I finished my ebook. I’ve been working on it for years. And for such a short book, its hard to imagine it taking so long. I think it has something to do with fear.
Fear of putting it out there, putting myself out there… Who am I to impart this advice…
Ok, I finally got out of my own way and finished it. You can’t imagine the racing heart, sweating palms, and the wanting to scream with relief when I hit ‘post’ and announced it to the world.
But, its out there now. for good or evil, its out there. And I’m proud of it.
What people fear most is taking a new step or uttering a new word. Fyodor Dostoyevski (1821-1881)
Everyone knows that essential oils are the next new ‘big thing’ for all natural healing. Its true that essential oils can improve your health, help your skin, and improve your mood. But with all the different essential oil companies, do we as consumers know the best companies to buy from? The number of companies and brands are staggering. I work with a select few:
Mountain Rose Herbs: excellent company, extremely dedicated to providing the best information possible, and affordable. And they have a huge selection.
NYR Organic offers some very good oils and blends, as well as wonderful skin care products.
Penn Herb Co. is a wonderful company with a long history of providing quality and good prices. My go to for bulk herbs.
In addition to these three, there are hundreds more, and I’m not going to list them here. There are numerous “Best” lists but please do your own research, and pay particular attention to whether the companies have paid to be on the list. For example, I have seen a number of such lists with Young Living Oils listed as their number one pick. Personally, I will not order Young Living Oils, for one thing they are extremely expensive, have been sanctioned several times by the Food and Drug Administration in the US, and do not cure all the diseases they claim. Be very wary and do your own research.
For the record, essential oils are not cure alls, they do not heal cancer, cure diabetes or blindness and so on. Any company that claims their essential oils CURE or somehow reverses conditions isn’t telling you the truth. Always, ALWAYS dilute oils before using them on skin. If you do take them internally do so ONLY with a qualified practitioner.
Here’s an interesting site about Young Living and Doterra, as being the biggest frauds in the EO game. While I don’t agree with everything on the site, its still very informative about what each of the companies have been cited for previously and the sheer lack of research each company has to back up their claims. This is a big buyer beware! At any rate, the site is below, enjoy!