Pupukea Road

I don’t even really like cats.

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Have you heard of Neko Atsume? 

I saw it on my Facebook feed and thought it was something right up my girls’ alley. Cute Japanese drawings of cats doing everyday things like sitting in buckets or playing in cardboard boxes. I thought to myself, “They’ll love it!”


Being the good mom I am (not), I thought I should try it out first. Well, it’s 24 hours in and I can’t stop opening it to check on my cats. (I’m currently saving up fish for a bigger yard to attract more cats.)

R said it sounds like a colossal waste of time. He’s right, but it’s still fun.


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Taco blanket or gigantic dog bed? 

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Yesterday I took a break from my non-stop crocheting binge to make this taco blanket. 

Here’s the pinspiration: 

And here’s my finished product: 

I had big plans for this blanket. I was going to make tons of them and give them as birthday and Christmas gifts for celebrations to come! 

But after 4 hours of non-stop cutting, tying, and sweeping (lint), I realized this will be a SINGLE production. If I DO make it again, I’ll cut the strips thinner and longer. I’ll also cut my overall taco shape even slimmer.)

If you want to make one of your own, grab the pattern here 👉🏼 Taco Blanket

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Online Security

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  Some of you might have gotten a mailed letter from Doterra about your personal information being seen by someone who got entry unlawfully. 
Not everyone will get this letter, only the people whose accounts were affected. Not all of your information was seen, you’ll need to call the number listed on your letter to find out exactly what was.

As your Doterra Upline, I feel completely guilty and responsible if something happens negatively to you – health wise or financially. When you enrolled, I did assured you that I trusted Doterra’s security. And I still do. 

I do so much of my life online that I have gotten offered to get credit monitoring 3 times in the last year from places like teacher licensing, online rentals, and banks.  And while my first reaction is usually to be scared – I soon realize it’s humbug more than anything. I remind myself  part of buying things – online or even in a store (remember that time everyone who shopped at Target during most of 2014 got compromised?).

Anyway, Doterra is offering 2 years of free credit monitoring, and if you get the letter I would go ahead and sign up. (This is great because normally it’s a service you would have to pay for. It won’t hurt, and it’s probably something you should do anyway in this day and age.) Most large companies offer 1 year, which I feel is sufficient too. 

When I let online accounts go unused or dormant, I usually email them to close my account and have my information completely removed.  If you decide to go drastic and completely close your account, I understand. (I still use my card hesitantly at Target.) I can buy whatever oils you want and mail them to you, but you’ll lose out on points or commission – if you have a team. 

I’m writing this hopefully so you feel less panicked if you get a letter or more prepared if you don’t. Text, email, or call me anytime. 

UPDATE: I called AllClear. It was easy.  They told me exactly which info was seen and enrolled me in their program. They will contact me each time someone does something (applies for a credit card, etc.) using my information. 

I’m enrolled for the next 24 months. I would actually sign Ross up for this service too because I think it’s beneficial, but I think it’s expensive to do on your own.  Here’s the number to enroll 1 (855) 904-5752. 

Ps. You will also need to change your Doterra password after the phone call. 

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