Wellness Tips

How to get good night’s rest as a teacher!

First day of school is just around the corner! If you are a teacher you need to get a good night’s rest every school night, the night before the first day of school is especially important as your students may be meeting you for the first time and vice versa. 

The excitement, anticipation, and nervous energy can make it difficult to get a good night’s rest, but I have some great suggestions to help you get the rest you need.

Make Lavender oil a critical part of your evening routine to help your body unwind, release, and relax.  Diffuse 3-8 drops in your favorite diffuser.

Take your nighttime diffusing experience to the next level by adding Marjoram and Peace & Calming.

  • Marjoram promotes peace and sleep.
  • Peace & Calming is a blend of 5 different oils to promote confidence, self-love, peace, & calm.


– 2 drops Lavender

– 2 drops Peace & Calming

– 1 drop Marjoram

*Make it a roll-on by combining 6 drops Lavender, 6 drops Peace & Calming, and 3 drops Marjoram in a 10 ml roll-on. Top it off with the carrier oil of your choice and roll on your neck and wrists before bed.

If you are not much of a DIYer but enjoy using your oils topically, you can take advantage of Young Living’s pre made Roll-ons.

The Tranquil Roll-on is a school-night favorite ready-to-go recipe of:

– Lavender

– Roman Chamomile

– Cedarwood

– and coconut oil.

This “unicorn concoction” is composed of relaxing oils that can help ease your body and mind for a restful and deep night’s sleep. This blend will, legit, make you sleep like a rock.

STUDENT TIP: Your students need as much rest as you. Share these recipes and products with your students’ parents so you get rested children in your class.

Do you have a bedtime routine already!? Share it with us! We want to know how you wind down.

To get your oils delivered right to your home click here night oils

Annette K.

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