My name Is Monica Mason and I’m a distributor for Young Living Essential Oils. I started using Young Living about 3 years ago when I wanted to start the journey of ridding my home of toxins. I was no longer able to use typical household cleaners, scented candles or plug-ins without causing physical discomfort. The more I learned about the junk in these and other everyday products, the more I searched for an alternative. I began learning about the benefits of essential oils and how they can replace not only cleaners but other everyday items helping to support your body rather than doing damage to it. After doing my research I decided to go with Young Living. They never buy oils from a third party and are the only company that owns their own farms as well as having partner farms. This is what enables them to maintain their strict standards through their Seed to Seal process, which you can be a part of during planting, harvesting or distilling by visiting any of their farms throughout the world.
My desire is to help others begin their journey on the road to wellness both physically and emotionally. I want you to experience the benefits of the pure essence of nature as intended for everyone. They are for your enjoyment as they support your body, calm your busy environment, and uplift your spirit.
Please welcome Mia Trout, Communications Director for your O'Fallon Chamber of Commerce & Industries. Mia is a graduate of Northwest Missouri State University and holds a Bachelor of Science in English. She has worked in a chamber of commerce and destination marketing organization since 2014. She was recognized by the State of Oklahoma in 2015 as having contributed substantial work to the best overall marketing campaign in the travel and tourism industry. Mia is also in her final year of course work to earn her Certified Tourism Executive accreditation from the Texas Travel Industry Association. When she isn’t coming up with awesome hashtag campaigns and designing cool graphics, she is busy spending time with her husband, Brent and daughter, Daisy. Family is what brings Mia back to O’Fallon and she looks forward to putting down roots while becoming involved in her community.