Women’s History Month is a month-long celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society. As The Recycled Mom, my focus for the month of March is to promote and celebrate moms through my “I AM” project.
The I Am project features moms whose stories have inspired and blessed other women. My hope is that when moms see another mom’s powerful “I AM” statement it will be an encouragement to all of us.
Meet Jen Roszelle – Young Living Executive with Young Living Essential Oils and Ambassador for Virginia and Winchester Chapter Leader for the International Networking Organization Women Networking – The Heart Link Network. I met Jen at a local Heart Link Network event a few years ago and fell in love with their mission:
….enriching and empowering professional women in business in order for them to create heartfelt, meaningful relationships with one another.
I could see immediately that Jen truly cared about women and fostering relationships as well as helping us to grow our businesses. This is something I could relate with as building relationships is of the many reasons why I launched The Recycled Mom. Many of the women in the networking group are moms from all kinds of backgrounds and experiences and through the Heart Link group, find support and friendship along the way. Jen also helps women be the best they can be in their health and wellness through her Young Living Oils Workshops which not only promote a healthy body but a healthy mind through self awareness and personal goal setting.
Jen has been happily married to her husband for 18 years. Together they have 3 grown children, 3 granddaughters, and 1 child at home that she has homeschooled for her entire education. She has been with Young Living Essential Oils for 6 years, and leads a team of over 100 health-minded people. To Learn more about Jen, visit her on Facebook at Living In Abundance or follow her on Instagram to see what she’s currently reading, cooking, crocheting, or coloring.