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How to use an Eye Pillow October 21, 2014 14:46
How to use your Eye Pillow
So, you don't get the whole Eye Pillow thing?
Wondering how to use an Eye Pillow?
5 Reasons to try out an aromatherapeutic Eye Pillow:
1. Excellent remedy for relief of Migraines, Sinus Headaches or Relaxation
1. During YOGA: Aroma-Therapeutic-Savasana Just throw one in your yoga mat bag!
2. Take 5 De-Stress @ Work: Peaceful Space + Eye Pillow = Happier & More Productive ~ Place an Eye Pillow on top of your warm Computer = Scentsational-Transformation
3. Me Time: Value yourself. Pamper yourself. Love yourself.....first. Nurture your mind, body and spirit
4. For Your Child: Introduce the benefits of Aromatherapy to your Child. Recommended for Children who struggle with Anxiety, OCD, ADHD, Sleep Disorders
Aromatherapy is one of the most natural ways you can improve your mood and enhance your Life
Treat yourself to an Eye Pillow
We think you're worth it!
Come to the Yoga Mat Bag Expert! August 12, 2014 12:32
Check out our full collection of Bags....now with a bit more detail to help you decide which one is fits your mood this Fall! View all of our Bags here: FALL BAGS
Summer SALE! July 11, 2014 14:37
New products just added to our Summer Sale inventory.
Now is the time to splurge on yourself or someone you
Check out a few of our newest products .....
Summer Photo Post Promo June 16, 2014 15:41
Post a Photo
...any Hunki Dori product & receive a $15 Coupon Code toward any purchase!
When? June-Aug 30th 2014
How? Post photo on your Facebook, Pinterest and/or Instagram page.
Post the same or different photo on our Facebook, Pinterest and/or Instagram pages
Take the it on for $15!
Summer Photo Post
Flowing Turba-lance March 3, 2014 15:19
Choose from 11 Fabrics and 3 Styles
Single Layer casually styled for gym day...beach day...bad hair day
Single Layer Xtra Wide a bolder fashionably ramped up look
Double Layer turns up the stretch and the color
$12 * $14 * $17
What Hunki Dori Customer's Are Saying February 23, 2014 11:21
.....about Hunki Dori Service and Products
We're sharing with you on one page! Instead of just scrolling down each individual product page we've decided to make it a bit easier for you. Every now and then we'll add customer reviews of products and testimonials so check back often.
Hunki Hears February 22, 2014 12:28
We jazzin things up a bit and sharing some of what inspires us... art...music...words....people
Share what inspires YOU with us by commenting here or...
We'd love to Hear what you...
hear * see * smell * experience
We're lovin this "in love" duo called UsTheDuo
If you do Vine you know who they are already!
Rhythm of Your HEART February 7, 2014 13:12
Go RED for Heart Health
Hunki Dori and Frederick Memorial Hospital, Frederick, MD
Yoga * Dance * Free Screenings * Raffles!
Healthy Heart Month
Number #1 Killer of Women - Learn the Signs
Valentine's Hunki Hint January 23, 2014 11:50
Take 15% Off!
*ends Jan 31st
Share & Save 15%! January 17, 2014 10:15
Save 15% on all
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2014 Paradigm REVOLUTION December 30, 2013 11:32
Some resolutions are smart for our physical and emotional health and well-being
Quitting smoking, losing weight, managing stress better
These are all healthy things
But if we don’t address what underlies our needs to light up, order double bacon cheeseburgers, and worry ourselves into frenzies, will it really help to vow on one arbitrary day to give up everything that helps us pretend we’re fine?
An Alternative to Resolutions
Maybe instead of trying to trim away all the symptoms of our dissatisfaction, we can accept that what we we really want is happiness—and that true happiness comes and goes. We can never trap it like a butterfly in a jar.
No amount of medication or meditation can change the fact that we will sometimes get caught up in thoughts and emotions.
What we can do is work to improve the ratio of happy-to-unhappy moments.
We can learn to identify when we’re spiraling and pull ourselves
back with the things we enjoy and want to do in this world.
Instead of scolding ourselves for all the things we’re doing wrong
and making long to-do lists to stop doing them,
we can focus on doing the things that feel right to us.
Excerpts borrowed from Tiny Buddha * by Lori Deschene