'Tis the season to be thankful

With Christmas only a couple of weeks away, I wanted to give a heartfelt thank you to all who've supported JustBe and me. As a small business, it really makes a big difference. This is always a busy time of year, and I've been especially grateful to a good friend Gayle, who helped out at 3 of the Festive Fairs.

The new 'create your own pamper hamper' gift boxes have been especially popular, as have the secret santa packs of mini hand wash, lotion & chocolate bars - which sold out in record time. Our last fair of the year is on the 13th of December helping raise funds for Edinburgh's Children's Hospital.

If you'd like us to be one of your Santa's little helper, there's still time. To ensure delivery in time for Christmas, please order on line before Monday the 17th of December.

In amoungst all the busy-ness it's vital to take some time out. I did just that on Wednesday night at Lululemon's Feel Good Giving Yoga session at the Hub on the Royal Mile, Edinburgh. I couldn't help but smile as I heard Lynette remind us all to "just be" during the meditation.

If you'd like to join in Lululemon's Feel Good Giving vibes, the Edinburgh store has a Christmas Claw, with the opportunity to win some amazing prizes. Some of the baulbles contain JustBe Happy rollerballs. Donations received from playing will go to Edinburgh Community Yoga.

Whilst there's so much to look forward to, this can be a time of reflection and it's with sadness that I share that two people who have helped on key projects died this year. Scientist Dennis Hazleton who created the base for JustBe's award winning Cleansing Gel and the multi-active Restoring Cream, and the talented composer Stuart Mitchell who wrote JustBe In-Tune - an album of muic based on the DNA of the JustBe blend of essential oils.

Wishing you and yours a happy, healthy and fun Christmas,
Gail