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The Fragrant Muse?

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I'm a Creative Soul and Happy Person. I have a passion for my Family, Aromatics, Fairy Gardens, Pugs, SoulCollage, Miniature Worlds, Visual Journals.


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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

It's Been Nearly One Year

It has been nearly one year since my last post here at The Fragrant Muse.   My energy and creativity has been spent creating and building my school, and subsequent website and blog, Aromatic Wisdom Institute, School of Creative Aromatherapy.

So now the question is, do I continue to blog here?  I miss my non-business ramblings, my friends,  sharing about fairies, journals and other creative expressions.  I wouldn't necessary put those things in my school blog,

If anyone actually SEES this post, can you just drop a line if you think I should continue here? 

If so, what would you like to see?


Amanda said...

I for one have missed you here!

Deb said...

I too, have missed you Liz. I understand about balancing your energies. Time is a precious commodity and we must be guided as where best to spend ourselves.
Your 'ordinary life' is 'extraordinarily beautiful'...I enjoy seeing/reading about it all...your outings with the Bean, your fairy garden, your soul cards, occasional interviews.
Blessings my friend!

Bellatrix said...

I see you. Don't stop. :)

Unknown said...

I miss reading new posts... I still read the old posts and they inspire me and give me motivation when I'm feeling "blah", or "stuck".

Liz Fulcher, The Fragrant Muse said...

Wow. Is it corny to say these comments have brought tears to my eyes. What a validation! Thank you ladies. If only for you 4, I will continue. But I admit, my MUSE is screaming to get out and play here at blogger. And I miss sharing about my Bean who is now 4!

I will be sure to visit each of your blogs as well to keep the love flowing!

Anonymous said...

I say continue the way you used to, but just pace yourself. If you need to blog every other week, then do so.

Welcome back!

Unknown said...

I consult your Fragrant Friday archive regularly. All I had was lavender, rosemary and cedarwood when I started reading Fragrant Muse over a year ago. Up to now, I've managed to collect about 14 of the oils that you've profiled, and enjoy every single one. Thank you! Your archive of essential oil descriptions along with anecdotes and soul collages continue to fascinate me. I'd enjoy a continuation of Fragrant Fridays if you ever find the time.

Anne-Marie said...

I would love to see more of your posts, they are always so inspirational!

Anonymous said...

I have to say that I love coming here to read your posts. I follow you on Pinterest, Facebook, and your Aromatic Wisdom blog as well. Upon discovering your work I was freshly interested in essential oils, and looking for information that is accurate and that caught and kept my attention. I had chosen as my favorite sites between this blog and that of one other. My deciding factor was when I had a question for the other blogger and asked three times (and I was a customer...) without receiving an answer from her. I mentioned something to you, or rather I spilled my heart out to you about my personal issues via email, and very quickly you responded with heartfelt care and concern. That has been a year or two ago and still I follow and read your information with great interest. My interest in essential oils and the information you provide have pulled me out of bed and through my day more times than I'd care to admit. I will continue to read what you have to say no matter where you post but I do love reading the more personal side along with all the awesome information about your work. I would have to say (in a non-creepy way) that I have to be your biggest fan. Even my husband knows you by first name. So many times he has heard, "well Liz says", when I'm learning about oils and their benefits. He no longer asks "who IS Liz!?" :) You are truly an inspiration to me & make a difference in my life!

-Melanie Robertson

Candace said...

Liz you have inspired me over and over. I miss you through your sharing so I indulge myself over and over with the past posts.
I would love it if you continue here but I understand if you don't. Either way it's been a pleasure! Thank you for sharing so much.