This time of year is my absolute favorite. I love decorating the house inside and out and of course I love putting up our Christmas tree. Noa and Isla love seeing all of the decorations we put out and they can’t wait for Santa to arrive!
This won’t be Noa’s first Christmas, but it will be the first one where she understands what is happening and that is super exciting! I have to say though, with so much excitement it is easy to get stressed out and feel a little frazzled. I find it is important to take some time to just “be.” One of my favorite things to do once the girls are in bed is turn on the fireplace and sit by the Christmas tree with a hot cup of tea.
The Traditional Medicinals Cup of Calm tea is definitely my favorite right now. Softly floral with hints of lavender and mint, this tea is organic and non-GMO project verified. The herbal formulation in this tea is good for your nervous system.* It is calming and relaxing when you need it the most!*
I was recently invited to have a call with one of Traditional Medicinals Herbal Experts and I learned so much from her! I had no idea there were different grades of herbs and was impressed to learn that Traditional Medicinals uses medicinal-grade herbs. The herbs inside each tea bag are measured and correctly dosed so that consumers can enjoy the benefits and medicinal properties of each tea.
Traditional Medicinals has become a staple in our home. They are a Certified B Corporation and California Certified Green Business. I’m grateful that I can trust their products are often sourced from their native habitats. I also love that the herbs go through a minimum of nine rounds of rigorous testing before making it into my cup.
I think we can all agree that this year has brought a bit more stress into our lives than normal and I’m thankful to have moments where I can breathe while enjoying my Cup of Calm. I encourage you to take a look at Traditional Medicinals website here and join the IG Live Webinar on relaxation via @tradmedicinals IG page on 12/9 at 4:00 pm PST / 7:00 pm EST.
This blog post is sponsored by Traditional Medicinals.