ABOUT ME


 

My name is Amy, I’m a wife, mother and passionate advocate for natural health.
I know what it’s like to be tired, to feel depressed or anxious, and to feel hopeless about your health and your future. Like so many women of all ages, I was burning the candle at both ends, working long hours, not eating well and always busy, busy, busy. Now, I’m the one everyone comes to asking for advice about healthy living and eating – and I love this role! A few years ago, worried about the toxic chemicals I was using in my home, a friend recommended doTERRA essential oils and I can honestly say they have changed my life. You can read more about my story here.


ESSENTIAL OILS


A few years ago, worried about the toxic chemicals I was using in my home, a friend recommended doTERRA essential oils and I can honestly say they have changed my life. I use them easily and effectively – every day. Since using doTERRA essential oils, I have fallen in love after experiencing all the health benefits. Essential oils are literally a game changer. Whether it’s to improve your health and well being, create a chemical-free home, take care of your family naturally, support your moods and emotions or even make tasty treats, you will be using these oils every day as I am.



 



 

How I paved my way to a six-figure income..
When I found doTERRA oils, I couldn’t help but share my love for them, and my business grew quite organically. Panicking about maternity leave while I was pregnant, I started sharing the oils more, but in a way that was authentic to me – no pushy sales! I now have a 700 plus team of women who share the same passion to live and healthy and happy life. I’m honoured that it’s my responsibility to mentor them and help turn their dreams into a reality. Not only have they helped my family physically and emotionally, but I have paved the way to a six-figure salary by authentically sharing these oils with others. And you can do the same.


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