Are Mood Sprays Safe for Pets and Children?

Anti-Bad-Mood Sprays are safe for use around children and pets.

 

Yes. Our mood sprays are safe for use around pets and children. The ingredient list is short, 100 percent natural, and essential oils are organically sourced as often as possible.

You can use your Anti-Bad-Mood sprays to freshen pet areas without worrying about exposing sensitive noses to harsh cleaning products. I use my Apathy spray near the litter box to clean the air without harmful chemicals. I spray the bedroom a couple of times after making the bed and I find it gives our bedroom a feeling of freshness when we return to it in the evening. When my cats are snoozing on the bed during the day, I know they are healthy and safe in that space.

I don't have children, but I'm always trying to push Anti-Bad-Mood Sprays on people who do. Anyone with a diaper pail needs a bottle of Apathy. I'm shipping a free mini-pack (a $10 value) with every purchase of a full-sized bottle through the end of October so you can give them all a try!

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Coffee is a Miracle Drink: Health Benefits of Coffee.

Coffee has health benefits and may even prevent suicide!

 

Research coming from Harvard University's School of Public Health links coffee to a decreased risk of suicide. I mean...duh.

But I'm devoted to my cups. And I know it makes me a better person. Or at least a better version of the person I am without it. I've worked out that I don't even have to actually drink it to be in a better mood. Simple smelling coffee makes me happy. Holding the hot cup in my hands improves my mood.

Many, many friends have tried to get me to quit over the years and all of them have volunteered their support (many of them deciding to get up early to make me a pot) after seeing me go without caffeine. I don't actually drink ALOT of coffee. I usually just have a super-strong cup first thing in the morning and I'm good for the day.

Others don't ask me to quit, but subtly suggest that coffee has health risks. They talk in front of me at dinner parties about how much better they feel since they stopped drinking it. For those people, I politely disagree then aggressively post findings on Facebook from major research institutions who report that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of developing Alzheimer's, diabetes, heart failure, liver disease, and better outcomes when negotiating depression. It's good for migraines, has been linked to improved athletic performance, and...and...

Coffee is a miracle drink. It's just *good* for you. You can say you read that here.

[slurp]

Heidi

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