It’s FINALLY starting to warm up here in Michigan. And by “warm up” I mean that we had a day where it registered a temperature of more than 27 degrees.
I’m not gonna lie-I’m tired of snow. I’m tired of freezing. I’m just tired.
Maybe it’s because I visited Houston over the weekend and loved the 85-degree weather (even with a major thunderstorm). I mean…we had a 95-degree day in September right after we moved north…
…so there’s hope, right?
Spring Essential Oil Diffuser Recipes
Maybe I’m hoping to give the universe a push, but I’ve swapped out my Christmas Spirit, Thieves, and Pine for some lighter combinations.
For the past few weeks, I’ve been diffusing lighter, more citrus-based scents, and I’m totally loving them.
This one just makes me smile. It smells so fresh, and with all of the citrus, it helps me feel awake and refreshed.
The boys are also huge fans and request this regularly.
Citrus Center Stage
If you love the smell of fresh citrus fruit (I obviously do), you have got to try this.
Smells Like Spring
This is an annual favorite. The earthy notes of lavender mixed with peppermint and lemon are just about perfect.
We use a LOT of Thieves Cleaner in my house, but sometimes I miss the smell of a certain dark green cleaning agent and this is a good substitute!
I know, I know…I have said over and over how much I hate rain. I am definitely not a fan, but it’s part of living in Michigan…
…and (don’t tell Ish), I do like the way the air smells after a good rain. Shhhh!
When we lived in Texas, I used to think I could “smell a storm” coming. The air just smelled different…heavy and a little dark. I’ve been trying to recreate that scent for.ev.er.
So far, this is as close as I’ve come, and I find that I’m diffusing it at least once a week.
Spring is the gateway to summer, right? This bright blend is great for helping me wake up and get ready for the day.
Plus it just smells like spring!
So. Do you diffuse different scents depending on the season?
What are your favorite spring essential oil diffuser recipes?