Best Sellers | June 2023

Every month I love looking back and seeing what you are buying. These are the best sellers from my blog and social media. So without further ado, here are June’s best sellers!

Best Sellers | June 2023

ONE | Casual sleeveless jumpsuit (I’m wearing a small).

TWO | I love this cleaner for my granite countertops.

THREE | Initial Necklace

FOUR | Wide Leg Jumpsuit (I’m wearing a small).

FIVE | Wide leg jumpsuit (I’m wearing a small).

SIX | Oversized sweater (I purchased an XS).

SEVEN | Boho v-neck dress (I’m wearing a small). This dress runs big, so size down.

EIGHT | Essential oil diffuser – I have several of these throughout my house.

NINE | Bulletproof Coffee is my favorite coffee.

TEN | Floral Dress (I’m wearing a small).

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Beauty For the Heart™But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. 2 Corinthians 12:9

Truth: This verse is a powerful reminder that God’s grace is sufficient for us, even in our weaknesses. When we are weak, we are more dependent on God and more open to receiving His strength.

It can be easy to focus on our weaknesses and feel discouraged. But when we do, we miss the opportunity to experience God’s power in our lives.

So, if you are feeling weak today, don’t despair. Remember that God’s grace is sufficient for you. And remember that His power is made perfect in weakness.

Let your beauty shine from the inside out today!

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  1. Hello Cyndi, would you tell me the essential oil blend you use that has geranium and lavender? I think there was another oil in it but don’t remember and can’t find it in your blog.
    Thanks!