Summer Reading.

My two oldest girls are obsessed with reading. They can’t get enough. Especially when they get their hands on books they really love. My 6 year-old son is learning how to read this summer and gets so excited when he sounds out letters to form words. And my youngest 3 children love being read to. We are a family of readers which makes us even more excited to share what we are up to this summer

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Half Price Books’ Feed Your Brain Summer Reading Program encourages kids ages 14 and under to read throughout the summer. The goal is to read at least 15 minutes a day (and parents can read to littles who are still learning and that counts as their minutes.)

At the end of each week, add up your childrens’ minutes and once they’ve reached 300 minutes, bring the completed log in to your nearest store to earn HPB Bookworm Books that can be used towards a book purchase. The program runs through July 31st so you have plenty of time to get your kids involved. Just be sure to redeem those Bookworm Bucks on or before August 29th!

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We recently took a trip to our local HPB and the kids had such a good time perusing the bookshelves and found so many of their favorites. It was actually hard to pull them all away when it was time to leave. And they each found a small treasure of a book that we bought and brought home with us.

I think that heading to Half Price Books might be a new, fun summer activity for us. Since my girls have found their favorite genre, they honestly sit and read for hours. They are 8 and 10 years old and absolutely graphic novels. Think of a comic in chapter book form, that’s what it is like. And the selection for this genre at HPB was HUGE and my girls got lost in there for hours, finding all the perfect additions to their collection.

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Truth be told, Makkedah read enough minutes on the first day of the reading log to exceed the total minutes she needed to read for her June Bookworm Bucks. She found a new graphic novel at Half Price Books and could not seem to stop reading the rest of that day. But what’s better than that, seeing your child enjoy books on end for hours in the shade of a tree during a beautiful summer day? That’s truly a beautiful sight.

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All of the kids are excited to have their own reading log and are giddy to fill out their minutes for it each day. We are having a blast at the Yancy house, spending lots of time reading together.

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So, now I’ve shared this awesome summer program with you, who’s going to participate and grab some Feed your Brain reading logs for you kids? It’s the perfect way to keep them engaged with reading throughout the summer and making it an enjoyable process.

Do you remember those reading programs when you were little? I do, and they were such a precious part of my childhood. I get excited knowing that I am providing a really fun opportunity for my kids, one that they will always remember from their childhood too. Big shout out to Half Price Books for playing a huge role in it!

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Downsizing. Part 2.

We are downsizing and as hard as it will be to leave a home we love, I am so excited for the simplicity and minimalism at our little farmhouse.

We put our house up on the market on a Friday in April and had 18 showings up until Sunday night when we got an offer that we accepted. And then began the whirlwind of packing, cleaning and preparing to leave a home we loved. And although all of our kids were excited, there are still many emotional transitions to to be aware of and nurture.

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We have moved a lot in our past 11 years of marriage, and each home we go into, we make it ours and often leave it much better than when we first came. Now, we walk into our little 1950’s home that will be a complete remodel. It’s nestled on a little plot of land about 40ish minutes from downtown Minneapolis and we have so many plans in store for this little charmer. We are moving into a house almost half the size of our other house with 1,834 sq. ft. It has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath and sits on 1.31 acres of private land. While walking our land just the other day, our dad helped us discover maple trees (who knows how to tap for maple syrup?), wild raspberry bushes, black current plants and wine grape vines so basically, Yancy Vineyard is now a thing. There are so many more things to venture and discover on our little plot of land.

We are doing almost an entire house renovation with a very simplistic + minimalist design. Because of redoing so much of the house, we stayed with my parents for 3ish weeks who generously took in 8 people. They are the best and we are so so grateful! Seborn worked tirelessly to get our house completed and we have some other fun projects that I will be sharing as time progresses throughout the summer and fall.

Have you ever heard this quote:

“But you know, love grows best in little houses
With fewer walls to separate
Where you eat and sleep so close together
You can't help but communicate
Oh, and if we had more room between us, think of all we'd miss
Love grows best, in houses just like this”

That’s what I am so looking forward to relishing in.

Having a smaller house means less to clean.

Having a smaller house means more closeness together.

Having a smaller house means more time to do things we love.

Having a smaller house means less expenses.

Having a smaller house means bringing less ‘things’ into it.


And this is not a knock on big houses. I had a big house and LOVED IT. Just sharing my perspective in this season and what I crave and desire our life to look and where I want our resources, time, energy and money focused.

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When I think of the freedom that is right in our grasp, I want to take hold of it and run with it.

When Seborn and I were chatting about how silly this may all sound to some people I shared with him my realization that I just don’t think I should commit to long-term homes because I’m always up for a new adventure. He says, “You’re right. Let’s think of each home purchase as a college decision. We are only making the commitment for 4 years or so.” And I responded to him, “Yah, I like that idea. Except let’s go to a 2 year college. I only want to get an Associate’s degree.”

I am so good with the fact that I understand myself more and begin to follow the urges I have to explore. And that I can do it with my littles.

The big thing is that Seborn and I would always talk about what we will do when the kids get older and leave the house. That we would retire and travel and do all the things we want in life. And we then realized we didn’t like that mentality. That we don’t need to wait for the kids to be grown to do the things we dream of. That we actually don’t want the kids to grow up and leave us. But that we want to create a space to gently usher them into adulthood, newlywedness and parenthood with a great support system set up. We already know that when the time comes, want to provide an opportunity for inter-generational living with all of our children.

But we didn’t want to wait another 20-30 years to live life how we want. We want to do that right now, WITH our children.

At point, I struggled with the thought of our frequent moving as a sign of instability. But no. Stableness is not found within 4 walls of drywall. Stableness and security are found within a family of love and support. Stableness is in our actions, words, deeds, thoughts, and unconditional love that flows through our family members. Not in a building. Memories can be made anywhere. And we fully intend on taking advantage of that.

I understand most peoples hesitations. It doesn’t make sense to most. I just have a naturally counter-cultural viewpoint. I naturally see life through a very different lens from the rest of the world. And I have somehow convinced my husband to join me along for the ride. He would be so content with the status-quo life, which makes me all the for grateful to him for taking risks, being up for craziness and living life to the fullest, in what that looks like for our family.

This is only the beginning…



Downsizing. Part 1.

August 2018 was the first time where Seborn and I would walk out this entrepreneurship journey together and see where it would take us. We’ve had lots of bumps and bruises along the way but we are growing through it. He left is 9-5 and we started working from home together.

Initially, when we first had conversations about bringing him home, we mentioned downsizing to just really set us up for success and we step into this new season, but we just loved everything about our home and couldn’t imagine leaving it. We were quite comfortable.

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But we find ourselves in this huge house. Me, being the aspiring minimalist I am, gets lost in the largeness of the house. There are so many unused spaces and we first bought it with the intention of it being our “forever house.” It was perfect and had plenty of room to grow. Over the past 2 years, we have worked on making it ours. Arrow was born here, upstairs in our bedroom. There are so many memories built into the walls. We love our yard, our home, our cul-de-sac, our neighborhood, our city. I could never imagine us leaving. Until… we sold it.

We lived in a 3,232 square foot house that had 6 bedrooms (7 when we moved in but we tore some walls down to have a large family room space), 4 bathrooms and 0.51 acres. Our property backed up to a biking path and then open fields. There is a historical farm behind that is preserved so there will never be anything built behind that house. We had the most lovely front porch. I learned so much about home decor in this house. How to transform smaller spaces and make them more functional and how to showcase pieces only that I truly love.

But we still find ourselves with too much excess. When you have a big home, you fill it with lots of things. I find my time being stretched between just cleaning and maintaining all the areas. I cannot keep up with cleaning 4 bathrooms. It just isn’t a reality for me. And if you are a person who hires a cleaner, more power to you. I just personally wanted to be able to manage the cleaning myself. That’s just the place I am in.

And also, I love change. I should NEVER get a “forever house” because I will most likely be ready for a new adventure in the next 2 years or so.

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Another reason for our downsizing, is that with the flexibility of our schedules and homeschooling, I would rather use our finances to invest into that time instead of just funneling into living in a big house. I probably could even do a tiny house! We’ll look into that after this move. (wink wink). I just think of all the possibilities of what our income could be used for instead of mostly spent just living in a big house.

I know what you are thinking, “But you have 6 kids! Where will they all sleep.” Listen, we had 6 bedrooms and basically used only 2 of them. Seborn and I had our room and every night, all the kids piled together in one room (and oftentimes, just sleeping on the floor together.) They each have their own beds but they prefer to be together. So, right now, in this season of life, we don’t have a NEED for more space.

LESS space is so intriguing to me. The simplicity that comes with it is desirable. And I realize that that perspective is not as commonplace. But it’s what speaks most to us.

The interesting perspective for us to navigate is the certain status that comes with a big beautiful house. It signifies success and power and wealth in our society. People see a big house and automatically correlate it with a successful person. And I’m so glad we’ve had our experiences here and it’s also grown me to realize that success is not measured by the size of a house or money or anything like that, at least from my point of view.

It’s more of love and faith and joy and living our lives the best we can. And just so much more. But it’s not a house. We had to tear down those perceptions that it is a “less-than” to move from a big house to a small house. And it’s a process. And one that is so rewarding because I am thinking about the new doors of freedom we will be opening. Less outgoing expenses, less time spent cleaning and maintaining a huge house. More time built in making memories, travelling where we want and when we want and creating a more simple life in a smaller space.

There you have it, a small tid bit of our next chapter. Downsizing. Leaving a home and neighborhood we love in an attempt to simplify and enjoy today in a different way. To set ourselves up for adventure and success our own way.

Because I love our home we sold, I want to share the pictures of it on this page, to never forget what we created here. I pray it blesses the next family who calls it home.

Part 2 of our adventure is coming up next… stay tuned.



Tyto.





Sometimes, you run into those days where something is just a little “off” with your kids. Maybe they aren’t bouncing off the walls and you know something is up. You know what I’m talking about, right?

And then worry starts to set in. We might we flashing through our minds all the things that could be wrong with them. At times, we end up with those overnight ER visits, or we work ourselves into a worry tornado over something that was minor. That’s just parenthood. Because we love them and want the best for them, we analyze all the evidence and google the crap out of things to find out what is wrong.

For us, it’s often that the kids just needed a nap or an early bedtime. And other times, in hindsight, I realize that we should have brought them in to the doc days before we did. Maybe you’ve experienced that as well? If so, I want to share about TytoCare with you.

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TytoHome is a device + technology that allows you to diagnose from home. Through TytoCare, you can conduct a guided exam and with the help of a clinician, you will be able to determine if all is well, what your treatment plan should be or if you should go into the ER for real. It allows you to pinpoint and treat common conditions like ear infections, cold/flu, and sore throats from the comfort of your own home.

We all KNOW how scary Google can be when you start searching for possible solutions for certain symptons you are experiencing. TytoHome takes a lot of that fear away!

In the Minneapolis/St. Paul region Sanford Health is the medical provider. The clinicians you see via Sanford Health are certified, experienced in treating urgent care conditions, and are specifically trained in performing visits online.

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You’ll quickly find out what actions need to be made and it’s such a streamlined process. You simply download the app on your phone and are connected with a licensed clinician that can help diagnose what is going on.

I was amazed at how simple the process what and the app has awesome videos that are a part of the TytoHome Academy that walk you through HOW to do each exam. You feel empowered to know that there is something more you can do.

With 6 kids, this has been such a neat program and resource to be available to us. You can get your own at BestBuy.com and in select Best Buy stores in the Twin Cities!

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Milk Bath.

Milk baths are one of my favorite things. For many reasons:

  1. We gotta take baths anyways

  2. They are super good for your skin

  3. They make super pretty pictures


    Here is what I normally put in mine:
    🥛- powdered milk
    🥀- flower petals
    💦- YL essential oils
    🧂- epsom salt
    🍯- little bit of honey

We take all of ours in our kitchen sink but have also done our bathtub. A big pale or bucket works just as fine, as well. Here is a recipe for a full bathtub so if you are using a smaller area, you could half or quarter these amounts:

2 cups powdered milk (goat, cow, or buttermilk)

1/2 ounce lavender essential oil (or essential oil of preference)

* I got the hook-up if you need essential oils so just message me!

  1. Optional: 1 cup Epsom salts

  2. Optional: 1 cup sea salt

  3. Optional: 1/2 cup baking soda

Happy milkbathing!

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Dough Dough.

Everyone knows that cookie dough is the best part about cookies. And the genius at Dough Dough have made all your cookie dough dreams come true. I remember my sister first telling me about this food truck that sells edible cookie dough and I knew I had to check it out and my expectations were met and exceeded!

Now, Dough Dough has their own shop front at The Mall of America and if you are taking a trip there, you need to make a stop and get some cookie dough.

They also do a really neat take on some charity work. And I’m so happy to be partnering with them in the month of May this year to help promote it.

Dough’nation Dough is a where a specific flavor for the month is showcased and a percentage of proceeds are donated to a charity of choice.

Which brings me to the introduction of FLOWERS:

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I had a few flavor suggestions and through some trial and error, Dough Dough happened upon the BEST FLAVOR. I am so thrilled with how it came out and cannot wait for people to try it.

May Flowers is a lavender + lemon cookie dough!

It is made with Young Living Lavender + Lemon vitality essential oils and topped off with a lemon marshmallow glaze, lavender sprinkles and some beautiful edible flowers for an extra dose of pretty. We did a fun taste test and I was blown away! It isn’t too sweet and the tangyness of the lemon blends perfectly with lavender which has a smooth after taste. I was so impressed!

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Even my kiddos were loving the May Flowers cookie dough blend and with it being May, this is just the perfect month for this flavor. It is spring and the flowers are blooming and we have that floral pop into the dough.

And with Mother’s Day arriving this month, what a fun way to bless our mamas and daughters with some edible cookie dough. It makes the perfect date or gift!

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The best part is that a portion of every sale of this dough will be going to Hope for Justice which is an organization that “exists to bring an end to modern slavery by preventing exploitationrescuing victimsrestoring lives and reforming society.” They do incredible work and are changing lives and I’m happy to be a small part of it this month with Dough Dough.

Get your calendar out and plan a day to go get some Lavender + Lemon cookie dough at the MOA and bring a group of friends with to grab some and make a difference while you are at it!

We are actually planning a fun evening out with my essential oil team to grab some dough + donate!

I would love to hear what you think about the flavor and just as a side note… my next favorite cookie dough flavor is Celebration so feel free to give that one a try too!

Golden Birthday.

5 years ago, on April 5, I gave birth to our little Shiloh Julia Helen on Seborn’s actual birthday. It was magical. Funny story, we were told around 20 weeks pregnant that Shiloh was a BOY and thus, had Elijah stenciled on the nursery wall and I was journaling to my son for the 20 weeks after that. Surprise!

Anyways, it was a beautiful moment to hand my husband our baby as the most perfect birthday gift anyone could ever give a loved one.

I’ll never top that, and that’s okay. Shiloh girl is perfection. And this year, 2019, we celebrated her Golden Birthday and she was over-the-moon excited! Seebz turned 34 and he had a little trouble feeling old but we had such a great day celebrating. Dance parties, Potbelly Sandwich Shop for lunch, opening gifts, singing and the most beautiful and delicious golden cake. I am so excited to share it all with you!


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I love her joy and it shines through every single day but it was so special to take this day and celebrate her life and make her feel so intensely loved for exactly the beautiful little soul she is.

Their beautiful golden cake was from Mixed Sugars Creations and it was more than I could have ever imagined. I told her about it being for Shiloh’s golden birthday and we wanted it gold and left everything in her hands and was blown away by the outcome. I love seeing artist work in their craft and design such beautiful masterpieces. She was so thoughtful in her creation and designed a cake that would be special to Shiloh. She did a beautiful beaded “S” for both Seborn + Shiloh and used real flowers in her design. She was so sweet and added the daisy which is April’s flower. The golden flakes and white chocolate accents just put it over the top and made for a gorgeous display. And to top it all off, the cake was delicious! So moist and flavorful, we were thoroughly impressed. I could feel the love she poured into its design and creation.

All of our celebratory decor was from my main party supplier, Geese and Ganders. They are my GO-TO for all our parties now and I love the whole process. I come up with a theme and they have the perfect decor and accessories to accommodate all our needs. It really brings the whole celebration together and makes it a memorable time. With our golden theme, everything was perfect to add the golden touch to all that we did. Shiloh was so excited to hang our banners and capture the golden moments.


It turned out to be a phenomenal day and we so enjoy celebrating two incredible people in our family that add light to each day. Thankful for life.


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Artist Party.

On March 24, 2019, Makkedah Joy Aiyayla Yancy turned 10 years old. She chose her favorite, Chipotle, for lunch and we surprised her with a a stay at Holiday Inn in Maple Grove, MN which has an awesome little water park. She requested to go swimming for her birthday and we played it off like it wasn’t possible since its March in Minnesota. It was the best surprise and we swam, sang, ate cake and opened presents in our little hotel room.

One week later, we threw her a party at our home and although I told her she could have 10 guest attend, we ended up with over 16 girls there and it was a total blast. Makkedah has been drawn to art in the past year and has been practicing and constantly wanting to create so we thought that an artist party would be fitting. And it certainly was. I had an entire itinerary planned out with lots of flexibility along the way. It was so fun to see her full of joy throughout the whole 3 hour party and enjoy the day with her friends and family. A HUGE thank you to everyone who came and made her day even more special.

It took me weeks (maybe even months) to plan this artist party out, make at ton of DIY projects myself and bring in some big guns to make the day great. I’m super excited to share it all here in case you would like to do an artist party in the future!


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I connected with Kellie from Tasty Cakes Bakery and gave her my vision for the cake and she brought it to life more than I could ever have imagined. It was BEAUTIFUL! Makkedah requested red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting and it was delicious. I was seriously blown away with her craftmanship and how all the creativity and love was put into making this cake so special for our occasion. You can find some of her work here and book her for all your cake needs!

The amazing party planning genius was all from Geese and Ganders and she helped me put together the entire design and decor concept of the party. The colors, the decorations, the setup- it was all her and I am so thankful that I could get everything I need (plates, napkins, decor, candles, cake topper, crowns, etc, all from one place.) She is amazing and I just adored what she curated for Makkedah’s party! You can find her here and she is so helpful in creating a great party planning theme within your budget.

The most gorgeous (and tasty) cake pops I have ever laid my eyes on are from Grace Bakes Cakes and she even gave them the personal touch of having the stems be paintbrushes- I love the creativity in that. She makes some beautiful cakes and you can find her here on Instagram to stay up to date with all she is doing! I was just so amazed at her creations and maybe ate one too many cakepops because they were so good!

We played “pin the paint on the pallet” and each girl got blindfolded and a chance to put their piece of paper on the coordinating color on the pallet. It was so much fun as we blasted The Greatest Showman soundtrack! We had pizza and “creative juices” for lunch followed by some fun cupcake decorating where they got to pick their frosting and add their own sprinkles (a sort of edible art project.)

We have a trampoline so the girls were filtering in and out jumping around and then we made some time to do the pinata. We had a friendship bracelet station with some elastic string and letter beads. We also had pre-made some personalized rocks with string attached for each girl to take home and I wanted them to know that nature and every day objects can be turned into an art project.

We made mini easels with canvas’s for each person and had a little painting session. We made the easels out of popsicle sticks and hot glue and then got pallets, canvas, and paintbrushes all at the dollar store. It was such a fun little package to put together, created an activity at the party and a neat gift for them to bring home while being super cost effective.

My wonderful artist friend, Jena from Spoonful of Faith created a custom drawing of Makkedah. We used this not only in our party decor but we printed off small coloring sheets that we added to a clipboard for the party favor. Each girl brought home the clipboard, coloring sheets and a cute little bundle of crayons. It was so fun to put together which such a personal touch. You can see Jena’s artwork here.

We topped off the day with singing, cake eating and lots of love and hugs! Even with a 3 hour party, we didn’t even get to opening gifts so Makkedah had a fun time in the evening doing that. I am so grateful to all the girls who showed up to celebrate Makkedah’s life with us. Artist party was a hit and I am thankful for all the people who had a contributing factor in bringing it to life! Hopefully, you walk away with some great ideas of how to run your own artist party!

Pottery Barn Magic.

We have this small room to the right when you walk in the front door of our home. It has an entry way right into our kitchen so there are only 2 full walls. It’s a very small space that I think, ideally was created as a sort of “informal dining room.” But, I’ve never understood the need for two dining rooms (nor have ever desired such a thing) and so, when we moved in, it became our homeschool room.

Then it’s kind of turned into a catch all room. Sometimes the kids would play in there, but often times not. For the most part, it was a very unused room. It had potential but needed some adjustments to make it a more convenient and inviting space.


Enter the PB Apartment project where we had the opportunity to transform a small space into a useful and welcoming room. We knew going into it that we wanted to have a functional, multi-purpose place where we could homeschool, work in an office setting and also, just have fun.

Before we brought in all our PB Apartment pieces, we did some room changes to set the tone for our desired look. We ripped out our old 90’s oak cabinets from top to bottom and fixed the drywall afterwards. We ripped up our carpet which was only about 1 year old, but we had actually made the choice to put hardwoods along our entire 1st level of our home so the timing was perfect for this room reno.

With the bones of the room intact and ready to rock, we began designing and setting the stage for our PB Apartment room.

We took a lot of our inspiration from the Mission Modular Office Collection from Pottery Barn because of the simplicity, look and multi-use of it. We used a lot of pieces from this collection in our “office” transformation. We got 2 of the pop-ups desks so that if we wanted a bit more space for play, we could easily fold them down against the wall. We added a wall cabinet for office storage and decor and a prep cart for our homeschool items. The cleat hangs above one of our desks and has been perfect to store our headphones, camera and other decor.

We got some great desk chairs to go with our desks that are easily moveable to other locations in the room and an incredible white shelving unit for one of our walls. I’ve always wanted a space to decorate and display some of my favorite pieces so this Olivia wall mounted shelf made the perfect addition with plenty of space.


All in all, the room redo turned out flawless and we have used this space more now than ever before. The kids love playing in it and doing homeschool in it. My husband and I look forward to sitting at our desks to work with the sunlight beaming in on us. And oftentimes, we all just hangout and sit around to play with toys and games in our cozy new PB Apartment Room.

It’s been such a fun transformation to work on and I love that it’s what you see right when you walk in our home. We turned an unused very small space into an area that we love in our home. This PB Apartment project has been a joy to work on.




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iTOVi.

It sounds crazy. But it’s incredible.

This little device that sits in the palm of your hand. It “reads” the nerve-endings in your hands and through frequencies, determines what Young Living Essential Oils your body specifically needs to put you back into balance and alignment.

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The stories. The tales I’ve heard. People sharing what they are going through or what their kids are experiencing and they want some essential oils to support their bodies and emotional well-being. And then, we scan. And it has been downright powerful to see the results of their scans and how intricately weaved their recommended oils are with the stories they just told me. Of what their bodies, mind and emotions needed.


The basics? iTOVi is a personalized nutrition scanner that uses galvanic skin response to measure changes in the electrical conductivity of the skin.

Whether your goal is to improve the wellness of yourself or others, the iTOVi scanner provides a list of the top essential oils and supplements your body has a response to.

Think of it as a portable nutrition scanner. That is finely tuned to your specific body and how it responds and able to determine exactly what can support you in this season of life.

After my grandma died, one of my oils I scanned for was Trauma Life.

My strong-willed child almost always scans for Surrender oil blend.

During some very big life changes (mostly emotionally based), I scanned for Transformation oil blend.

It boggles my mind sometimes, and yet, never even surprises me. It’s always spot on with what I am going through at the time of my scan. And if it doesn’t seem to fit with what I am experiencing more on the outside, it’s because it’s hitting on some core issue I maybe wasn’t even aware of.

In less than 90 seconds, the iTOVi scanner will provide a list of the top essential oils and supplements that your body has a response to. It is able to gage what physical and emotional oils your body would benefit from. Oftentimes, bringing tears to your eyes because their is this relief of a targeted oil + product to help support your body.

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Adults, kids, babies and even pets can all get a scan too! I love scanning my kids, especially when there is something going on with them that I would love a little help in direction on how to benefit them. Since the scan doesn’t take long, the little ones easily can hold the device in their hand long enough. For babies, I often press it gently to their stomachs while the scan does it thing.

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To be given a list of essential oils to help support your body in this precise season of life with exactly what it needs is a gift. And to reach you on an emotional level as well, is extraordinary. It yet again reminds me of how uniquely and immense and incredible God created our bodies.

I could tell you story after story about people who had specific things going on with their bodies and the results of their scans directly targeted exactly those things. It’s quite powerful to witness.

It is recommended not to scan more than every 3 days and a good rule of thumb is to scan at least every month. For my own Young Living team members who are local, I offer free iTOVi scans monthly for their entire family. To be able to offer that kind of technology + support so people can precisely get what their bodies need is huge. We have this key to offering our bodies strength and wellness.

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We are definitely an oily family and regularly utilize our Itovi scanner on everyone in the family. Continual baby steps towards health + greater wellness.

You can get your own iTOVi Scanner here and start giving your body exactly what it is craving too!