Essential Oils Printable Notebook

I've finally finished this printable notebook! This has been a project I've spent several hours on for the last few months. I couldn't have done it without inspiration and help from several friends on what they would want to have in a notebook to keep them organized with their essential oils business. It's not just for those who have a business though...ANYONE who loves using Young Living's essential oils can use this and that's what I love about it. Check out a preview of some of the pages that are included below. The beauty of this product is you can pick and choose which pages you want to put in your essential oils notebook {or planner, household binder, etc.} and how many to print. And then print over and over again when you need more. I'm sure that I will add more pages in the future so if you have any ideas of things you'd like to be added, feel free to email me or comment below. Keep reading to see my tips for printing.



You can find these digital downloads in my Etsy shop HERE. I also wanted to share a few tips I had for printing and putting together a printable notebook like this one or any of my other printable calendars in my shop. 

1. Paper // If I'm printing anything I'm going to be writing on or something front-to-back, I like to use a heavier weight of paper than normal print/copy paper. Not as heavy as card stock, but something with a weight of 24 lb. or more so that the ink doesn't completely bleed through to the other side and the pretty color pens I like to use don't bleed through. I also love the way the heavier paper feels...just a better quality.

2. Colored Pens // These Papermate felt tip pens are my favorite for writing in my calendar, essential oils notebook, and my teacher planner.

3. Laminate // When creating a planner or notebook, I like to have my cover pages or pages that I'll use for reference laminated. For instance, in the oils notebook, I laminated the yearly calendar and my cover page {there are 3 to choose from in each file}. You might also slip the cover page in a binder with a clear-view pocket on the front and that works, too. Maybe you want to put the My Daily Routine printable in the oils notebook on your fridge so it's out in the open for an everyday reminder. I'd laminate it, hang with a magnet, and write on it with a dry erase marker.


If you have any questions or suggestions on the essential oils printable notebook let me know! Or if you are interested in learning more about essential oils you can check out my Back to School With Essential Oils posts here. I hope to do several more posts in the near future about my success with essential oils so stay tuned!


My Makeup Favorites

I'm definitely no beauty expert but I thought I'd share some of my tried and true beauty favorites. I've been using all of these products for at least a year and some for several years. I love light and fresh colors for my blush and gloss and products that have a long-lasting effect. At the end of a long school day, I still want to look put together!

1. Makeup Forever Mat Velvet+ Foundation //  This is my favorite foundation EVER. It is perfect for oily skin. I have combination skin and it works great for that, too. It doesn't dry me out and I love the matte feel and look. The coverage is great and I love how well my blush/bronzer look over it. It is a little pricey but lasts me a long time. I use No. 30. {I use this brush to apply and it is definitely worth the money}

2. NYX Lip Gloss //  I discovered this brand when Ulta stores popped up in my area a few years ago. I've tried a few of their products, but this is my favorite. The gloss comes in great colors and isn't sticky at all. My favorite is Nude Pink.

3. Bobbi Brown Blush //  My favorite is the Pale Pink shade pictured above. It has the perfect amount of pigment and lasts all day.

4. NYX Full Coverage Concealer //  I use the 'light' shade. Love this for covering dark circles. You can't beat the price either!

5. Urban Decay 24/7 Liner // Y'all this stuff lasts. I was sick of my eyeliner coming off and being completely gone after work. I've been using these for about three years and love them. I use the black shade Zero and the brown is Bourbon. They last a long time too so I don't mind spending a little more for them vs. a drugstore brand.

6. Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette // I'm on my second one because I loved and used up the first one I bought! The colors are perfect for everyday and it is small enough to travel with unlike many other palettes.


I just purchased a few new beauty products from Nordstrom this past week with a few gift cards I had. The NARS Laguna bronzer {I've been reading rav reviews of this for years} and the NARS Lip Gloss in Turkish Delight. I'll let you know what I think after I use them for a bit! What are your favorite beauty products? Let me know in the comments!