Homeschool Scents For Back To School
It is Back to School again and the air is filled with anticipation and angst. Usually, this is a happy time when students are excited to meet new friends or reconnect with old friends and share summer stories. Parents also breathe easier as their babies go back to their classrooms. But this year is different. Many schools will welcome their students through a virtual experience, and many parents and families will deal for the first time with new parenting tasks – homeschooling and virtual learning. At Aroma Retail we can help you set up the best at-home learning environment. SO, get the best start possible with homeschool scents that will keep learners calm, positive, motivated, and focused.
The Invigorating Scent Of Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus is a great aroma for stimulating the mind, improving focus, and boosting energy. Stress is a primary factor affecting concentration, creativity, and retention of information. Starting your school day with the bright, clean fragrance of eucalyptus is a great way to wake everyone up and to keep them concentrating as the day goes on. Give our Eucalyptus Forest scent a chance to create a safe and refreshing environment with stimulating notes of eucalyptus and peppermint to increase alertness.
Book Store - A Homeschoolers' BFF
One of our Places Collection favorites, Book Store, might just be the perfect home fragrance for homeschoolers going back to school. Learning something new can be stressful. Trying to learn at home or remotely, on the computer, makes kids much more susceptible to distractions. Encouraging concentration and focus through a calm and positive environment is key to a successful learning experience. Let us show you how our Book Store scent can help reduce stress and increase mental clarity and ability to focus.
Thyme - stimulating, promotes a sense of alertness.
Amber - eases anxiety, calms the mind.
Basil - energizes, uplifts the mind, increases alertness.
Saffron - relieves stress.
Violet - alleviates stress, exhaustion, and fatigue.
Jasmine - enhances self-confidence and optimism and boosts energy levels.
Rose - calms, lifts spirits, promotes feelings of hope and happiness.
Musk - relieves stress, calms, and balances emotions.
Cedarwood- calming & grounding, promotes vitality, relieves stress & tension, boosts concentration, and focus.
Patchouli - grounding, mood-boosting, drives away anxiety.
Vanilla - calming and relaxing, reduces stress and anxiety.
Did you know that thyme was thought to ward off nightmares in the Middle Ages? Any parent trying to teach a middle schooler long division or guide their high schooler through physics at home might want to keep this in mind. As you can see, our Book Store fragrance is bursting with focus-enhancing, mood-boosting, feel-good ingredients to optimize your back to school transition this year, making it one of our best homeschool scents.
Homeschool Scents For Your “At-home Classroom”
Where will your kids be learning this year? Maybe you are a teacher looking forward to a new year of online parent-teacher conferences and video teaching sessions. Maybe you are a stay at home mom or dad that will facilitate your kids’ schooling this year. Whether your teaching and learning environment will happen around a dining room table, spread across the living room sofas, or at a desk in a small room or home office, we have a scenting solution for you.
Social House’ Bright Sunshine is a complex blend of effervescent happiness and confidence. Your kids will be energized and confident when smelling uplifting citrus notes supported by stimulating herbs, on a base of calming woods and vanilla.
A calm and safe-place feeling is also provided by Melrose’s White Tea & Bamboo Leaves. This herbal blend combined with light citrus is the perfect combination for you or your kids that find it difficult to stay on task.
Self-efficacy and confidence are critical non-cognitive skills that support learning and creativity in children. The uplifting effect of lemon and mint combined with fresh incense and ginger will provide memory stimulation and help increase mental alertness in your at-home learners. Nobu’s Lemon Ginger scent is a great aroma to support optimism and make your kids feel in control of their learning.
Lastly, surround your kids and their at-home classroom in a refreshing blend of crisp bergamot and stimulating florals delivered by Ritz Carlton’s Waterfall scent. Your children’s at-home workspace will become a creative and inspiring place where their imagination can run wild and their ability to focus will be supported.
Eucalyptus Forest, Book Store, and all of our homeschool scents are available as candles, reed diffusers, room sprays, and for our popular Scenting Machine - Home Unit 101.
Order Homeschool Home Scents Today
Are you ready to pick up Eucalyptus Forest and Book Store for the best start to Back to School homeschool scents this year? Place your order today! At Aroma Retail, we look forward to supporting a positive school year for you and your family, no matter where the learning happens. Because it just makes Homeschool Scents 🙂
Mondays stink, but they do not have to smell bad! They can smell like your favorite Scent!
You just had the best weekend: cooler mornings, nice meals outside, napping in the afternoon... But now it's Monday and you are back at work fighting the Monday blues and thinking of tools to improve your employees' mood and productivity. You don't have to look any further than our Fragrance page to find the perfect scent for your home.
Aromatherapy probably isn't the first tool you think of to help boost your productivity and grow your business, but maybe it should be. Smell is the strongest of the senses and is best able to influence brain activity. So Mondays may stink, but don't let them ruin your day.
Proof that Mondays stink
Two Cornell researchers measured mood over the course of a week by analyzing key words — yes, "sucks," "awesome" and 🙂 were among them — in two years' worth of tweets from 2.4 million people’s Twitter accounts. They found that throughout the world, weekends rock and Monday mornings are a downer.
"Scents that can Improve your Mood and Productivity." Read full article here
Let’s face it, they do. I can never pop out of bed Monday morning bright-eyed and bushy-tailed no matter how many oily face masks I put on the night before. I often have trouble falling asleep Sunday night because my body has grown accustomed to my late-night shenanigans throughout the weekend and is like “oh you want to call it an early night tonight? lol Meg”. Once I do fall asleep my sleep is shit because I am thinking about the million and one thing I am about to face tomorrow. I’m lolling because I usually wake up to my alarm mid dream on Monday mornings and that’s when you know your REM is beyond effed. I’m often confused and have to remind myself that it is a weekday and I can’t sleep in. Last night I had a dream I called out of work today and it was just beautiful. Morning alarm sounds. *shrieks*
So here is the thing, Mondays are always going to happen like we can’t just cancel them. However, we can make a few adjustments to make them suck less perhaps? First is identifying the problem. In this case, we need to identify why they suck so bad.