Busy as a Bee

Last weekend was packed with three different bee related happenings along with lots of writing for aromatherapy journals and projects. Read my latest contribution to Fragrantica here. Most people rest on the weekends, not me, I must be part feral bee! Yes, I said feral, because they work much harder than the European honey bee.… Continue reading Busy as a Bee

Little Round Bee Lockets finally get perfume!

It took awhile for me to get this together and I am still working out some of the details, but, for the most part they are ready. Introducing the little round bee lockets with perfumed felts! In the early nineties when I was first introduced to aromatherapy I wore a filigree locket necklace that had… Continue reading Little Round Bee Lockets finally get perfume!

Bee Guardians

Yesterday morning, in downtown Los Angeles, the City Council approved a study to be done to approve urban beekeeping. This monumental event was in most part done by the efforts of Rob and Chelsea MacFarland of Honey Love. This comes on the heels of seventeen councils within the city of LA voting in favor of… Continue reading Bee Guardians

HoneyLove Wax Symposium

This Saturday is the annual HoneyLove Wax Symposium, I’ll be leading a class for the event titled “Scent and the Honey Bee” at the Culver City Headquarters here in LA. Where: Honey Love:¬†5950 W. Jefferson Blvd. #8, Los Angeles, California 90016 MAPWhat:¬†Learn how to make natural, solid beeswax perfume based on scents related to the… Continue reading HoneyLove Wax Symposium