Hope is the conduit for miracles.

Happy new year beautiful friends,

I posted this on Facebook last month and thought I’d share it here in case some of my dear readers need a little hope.

For 4 years I struggled with unexplained infertility. They were the hardest years of my life. After the first year of trying to conceive I got pregnant naturally but sadly miscarried at 11w6d. We named our baby Ponyo after the little girl in the Japanese animation about a fish who longs to become human. That’s a little Ponyo toy in the pic. I tell Bella it’s her sister.


We then attempted IVF and when the first cycle failed I was devastated. I found it harder than the miscarriage. We had 5 failed IVF cycles. Each big fat negative or BFN was really hard. My mental health deteriorated. I felt like I was on a rollercoaster of emotions. After one BFN I ended up at The Gap. I was at an all time low. I got into 3 fights at a Five concert. I was an angry, jealous person. Full of rage. Very low vibe.

Fast forward to my life now and I am a completely different person. I am so grateful every day for my little miracle rainbow baby I want everyone to be as happy as I am. I want to help other couples who are struggling to have a baby. Part of my big picture why of building my dōTERRA business is to become an IVF angel and financially support other couples going through IVF. The stress of IVF is already pretty high having to deal with giving yourself needles, the drugs and their side effects and possible risks, multiple blood tests and monitoring with the dildo cam, plus the day surgery for egg collection and embryo transfers. Often whilst keeping it quiet. So if I can minimise the financial stress for other couples then that’s what I’d like to do.

Until that time though, every month I would like to support someone who is struggling to have a baby that doesn’t already have a dōTERRA account with HOPE. It is an incredible blend of Ylang Ylang, Bergamot, Frankincense and Vanilla in fractionated coconut oil. But it is so much more than that.
hope doterra
The full proceeds of HOPE is donated to the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation™* which supports O.U.R Rescue, an organization of the world’s experts in extraction operations and anti-child-trafficking efforts who have come together to bring an end to child slavery and sex trafficking.

Comment below if you need some hope in your life or send me a PM via Facebook or instagram 

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