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2018 Personal Update + a Surprise for You

I really love reading personal update posts from bloggers who I follow. I try to post a personal update on the blog at least once a year, but when I recently checked to see when I had last shared one, I realized that I haven’t written one since we first set out to move to the Pacific Northwest in February of 2017! (You can read that post here.) In light of that, I thought I’d share a more personal update with you today.

If personal posts aren’t your jam and you’re mainly here for educational content, I’ve linked to one of my posts from this time last year here so you can read that instead. It’s all about Herbal Aromatherapy™ care for the back-to-school season. =) I do have a surprise for you at the end of this post, though, so you may want to stick around until the end.

Who We Are

If you’re new around here and aren’t as familiar with who my husband and I are, Hi! I’m Erin and my husband Jon is the handsome guy on the left in this photo. We’re herbalists, organic gardeners and urban homesteaders based in the Pacific Northwest. Outside of our work here, Jon is also a talented woodworker (his main business) and I’m also an artist, professionally trained in aromatherapy.

In 2016, I started AromaCulture Magazine and began publishing educational content every week on my blog (which now lives here at Floranella, but there are dozens of old posts that are still available to read if you click here). Jon started working with me on AromaCulture in 2018 and we’ve also launched Floranella, our new school, this year.

What We've Been Up To

Our current garden is now in its second year. We were able to expand it a bit this year and it’s been really fun to see the plants flourish! We have a normal-sized urban backyard, but we’re blessed to be able to grow plenty of edibles in it, along with over 70 kinds of medicinal herbs and a wide variety of lavender species. You’ve been able to see a lot of our garden harvest photos over on my Instagram feed, but I’ll share a few with you below too, in case you don’t follow me on Instagram yet (I try to post every weekday there).

It’s been amazing to see how many pollinators have found us this year and to see how their presence has really balanced out a lot of the issues we had with pests last year. This year, we haven’t had any issues because all of the beneficial insects have really taken care of things for us (along with all of the care we put into building our soil last year to increase the resiliency of the plants)!

I’ve also been distilling hydrosols and essential oils with fresh plant material from the garden a lot this year. Distillation is something that I’m covering in every level of our Herbal Aromatherapy™ certification courses, and it’s been really wonderful to be able to capture the process for you.

I did a lot of writing early in January for our upcoming Herbal Aromatherapy™ courses and this summer has been filled with lots of filming so I can make sure to have plenty of videos to share with you in the courses. The Level One certification course will be launching this fall and I can hardly wait to share it with you! I’m finishing up some final edits on it and getting everything ready. I’ll let you know as soon as enrollment opens. =)

Here are some of the other things I’ve been working on in my personal life this year:

  • transitioning to a more bio-regional focus in our approach to plant medicine
  • slowly adjusting to more of a minimalistic, zero-waste lifestyle (a slow process, but we’re working on it!)
  • taking more classes so I can continue to grow in my own experience with plants and be able to review courses for those of you who are interested in them
  • continuing to hand-sew the grandmother’s flower garden quilt that my Gran started working on before she passed
  •  foraging with Jon (when it isn’t too smokey – this season has been wildfire-heavy) and spending lots of time practicing plant identification when we come across a plant we haven’t met before in the wild
  • improving my botanical illustration skills as I build my personal materia medica and continue to practice painting plants

Some Really Exciting News

I think the thing I’m most excited about this year is that I’ve recently found out that I’ve been accepted into the clinical herbalism training program that I applied to this summer!

I’ve done a lot of self study and have studied under some fantastic teachers through the years, but as you probably know, finding really solid clinical training programs, especially online, can be really difficult. Most programs equip you to be a home herbalist or to work with clients on a pretty narrow surface level, but don’t go into depth about actual clinical applications.

I’ve had my eye on this particular program for a couple of years, but it only opens for enrollment once every two years, so when the school started accepting applications this year, I knew I had to go for it!

I actually thought there was no way I was going to be accepted.

I’m normally really organized and on top of things (I have to be with all of the things I’m constantly working on!), but I made all kinds of silly mistakes throughout the application process – including calling in for my applicant interview with the head of the school 10 minutes late! I remember thinking, “I have left the worst possible impression throughout this whole process and this is so unlike me. There is no way I am going to be accepted into this program.” There were so many things that happened that normally wouldn’t have that I started thinking that maybe I wasn’t supposed to get in this year for some reason!

When I found out that I had been accepted into the program, I almost cried! I was so happy and excited and relieved to hear the news!

My coursework starts two weeks from today (with a bit of an orientation this afternoon) and the class lasts two years. I’m so thrilled to have the opportunity to study under one of the best clinical herbalism teachers in our country through a rigorous, in-depth training program and I can hardly wait to see how much my work with plants is going to grow and expand and change throughout the two years.

This is such a big deal for me – a huge step in my own journey – and I just can’t help but celebrate it!

Two Surprises for You

I know that many of you can completely relate to the excitement that comes with taking a step forward like this and that you understand the feeling of wanting to share that excitement with everyone.

So to share mine with all of you, I’ve just placed all of our past issues of AromaCulture Magazine on sale in the shop. They’re all 30% off right now (our biggest sale ever) so that you can stock up on some of the issues you’ve had on your wish-list for awhile. =)

I really love being able to share the magazine with people because it’s such an affordable way to learn more about herbalism and aromatherapy from a wide variety of professionals. I often get emails from people asking about when we’re going to have another sale so people can stock up on a bunch of issues all at once and, to be honest, we don’t have sales very often. But this week, I really wanted to be able to pay it forward and share some extra savings with you all. You can shop the sale by clicking here – there’s no coupon code necessary. The sale will run for one week.

*giveaway closed* I'm also giving away two one-year subscriptions to the magazine!

The recipients of the complimentary subscriptions will be chosen from our Insiders Group, so if you don’t already receive emails from me every Tuesday, you can sign up for the Insiders Group (it’s free) via the form at the bottom of this post.

*Giveaway Closed* To enter to win one of the complimentary subscriptions, leave a comment on this blog post to let me know what you really love about AromaCulture and/or Floranella. I’ll announce the winners here next week after notifying them via email. *Congratulations Lise and Amanda!*

I hope you all have a lovely week!

Much love,

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Erin Stewart is an herbalist, NAHA certified aromatherapist, organic gardener and urban homesteader. She grows over 150 kinds of aromatic and medicinal plants for her own apothecary and distills essential oils and hydrosols in her PNW garden. Erin is the founder of Floranella and of AromaCulture’s herbalism + aromatherapy magazine.

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83 thoughts on “2018 Personal Update + a Surprise for You”

  1. Cheryl Bryson

    Erin, thank you for sharing your exciting news with us! Congratulations, and when I thought you knew everything there is to know, now I hear you’re going to be learning even more and hopefully sharing your knowledge with us in your beautiful magazine Aromaculture. I think I have every issue since the beginning, and I love receiving that email each month telling me the magazine is ready! The content is not only beautiful but I have learned so much from reading the articles that are shared by so many knowledgeable educators! I think of Aromaculture magazine as a huge part of my herbal and aromatherapy education experience! Best of luck to you in your clinical training! I’m excited for you!

  2. What an exciting time. I love reading all of your emails and the way your are integrating herbalism and aromatherapy.

  3. Hannah Kincaid

    What’s the name of the program you’re enrolled with? I’ve been hunting around myself but have struggled to find the right option. Good luck and congrats!!

  4. Congratulations Erin! I really love the podcasts that you and your husband create – I find the summers really busy out in my herbal garden and the podcasts are a great way to learn while I work!

  5. Emilee Dibden

    What exciting news about your ongoing and expanding journey in herbalism and study! Congratulations! I am loving your summer foraging workshop and I find your launch of Floranella truely inspiring. Hope to study more at Floranella in future!

  6. Congratulations Erin! I really enjoy the podcasts you and your husband create – I find the summer is really busy and your podcasts are a great way to learn while I work!

  7. I am so excited for you, Erin! There’s nothing like achieving a small “heart’s desire” goal. What I love about AromaCulture is being able to learn from the best and the brightest….as well as every aromatherapist and herbalist who learned by doing. Aromatherapy is a small world wide community, and having access to the incredible amount of knowledge “out there” is such a gift. Thanks for making this available to us all through AromaCulture! And good luck with your studies!

  8. I was introduced to AromaCulture about a year ago by a stranger when she saw me flipping through herbal magazines at a book store. The writing is excellent, photography is pretty, and I love that there are many contributors to the magazine – some of my favourites and some new names that are becoming favourites! And, though my focus is on herbalism, I get to learn about aromatherapy as well! I just signed up for my first class too (summer foraging) which I am very much looking forward to!

  9. Congratulations, Erin! So happy for you. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience with the rest of us that are just learning.

  10. I’m very glad to be in your insider group. I’m looking forward to take advanced course with you in clinical herbalism and I hope the cost can be affordable. I feel that you’re have a special way in teaching…just feeling.


    Congratulations on being accepted into the clinical herbalist program…I could feel your excitement in your writing…I wish you and your family the best…I love your blogs…It’s easy to see they come from your heart…many thanks, Kathleen

  12. Julie stringer

    Congratulations. Im really enjoying your blogs and look forward to my tuesday emails. Im loving any information on herbs and aromatherapy

  13. Starting a new course of study is so exciting! I’ve been enjoying AromaCulture so much as I’ve been cultivating my own personal reference resources to refer to. Looking forward to more issues!

  14. Congratulations Erin, what a wonderful way to consolidate your skills – good luck on your student adventure! I’m a Clinical/Holistic aromatherapist based in UK and studying Medical Herbalism is on my wish list (just v expensive!!), in the meantime, I love your magazine, marrying herbalism and aromatherapy, with beautiful visuals and what I really like is the subject specific editions! So useful.

    tanya – UK

  15. Wow!!! exciting news on your acceptance, Congrats!!!!
    Thanks for offering such a great deal on past issues. I’ll be grabbing some for sure.

  16. Sheryl Thuline

    I love your blog and posts. I love to garden, and I am a certified Aromatherapist. The information you provide helps me to expand my knowledge and begin making awesome infused oils for my clients.

  17. Sheryl Thuline

    I love to garden, and I am a certified Aromatherapist. The information you provide helps me to expand my knowledge and begin making awesome infused oils for my clients.

  18. Congratulations, Erin! So happy for you, and so well-deserved. You are an amazing inspiration to us all! Best wishes and lots of love!

  19. Congratulations on getting into the herbal school of your choice! One thing I like about Aroma Culture is the content.

  20. Kathie Hamblen

    Thanks for sharing; what an exciting time for you!
    I love AromaCulture magazine, especially the variety of contributors and the monthly theme.

  21. Quin OBrien

    Oh Erin –

    I am so happy for you. What a great experience you will have during your clinical certification course. I love getting your Tuesday emails. They just shine among most of the other junky emails. I love the information you provide to us in your emails, blog posts, and magazines. The photography is stunning and the colors just pop out from my phone.
    Thank you for the joy and happiness you spread to all of us.
    With love,


    Iam so excited and really thankful for you, because you spread all the good things about aromatherapy and herbs..
    Now that we have more and more information about essential oils and not all are true.

    Congrats .. and looking forward for floranella courses.

  23. Hi Erin! Congrats on the acceptance! I remember how excited I was when I got into grad school (getting a master’s in Herbal Medicine) it’s like my feet didn’t even touch the ground for a couple of days! So happy for you, I know you will love studying about herbs! I am also a certified holistic life coach, just starting my practice and webpage *sigh….* life is busy in a good way!

  24. Katie Fast

    Congratulations, Erin! I totally understand your excitement at being accepted into the Clinical Herbalism Training Program. I’m looking forward to following your journey. Herbalism has sparked my interest, after having studied aromatherapy for some years now. The AromaCulture magazines, with their beautiful photography and informative articles were my introduction to this field. Each issue leads me to a new area of interest; tinctures, infusions, growing … and I thank you for providing this information in such an enjoyable format.

  25. Rebecca Ellis

    Congrats to you! I’m excited for you!
    I love how in-depth you are with your magazines and posts. The photos are extraordinary! Thank you for all that you do!

  26. Molly Messmer

    Congratulations!! Can’t wait to reap the benefits of your continuing education. Thank you, and Jon, for what you already provide! Blessings✨

  27. Hi Erin!

    First, I love your blog and the beautiful work you’re doing in the world of Herbalism! I started an online program a year ago for a masters in Herbalism. My life took some turns, and I found myself moving abroad. All of this to say that I’ve had a tough time immersing back into study.

    Your work/magazine is inspiring me to dive back in now! I believe in herbs with all my heart, and I’ve experienced first hand how they heal. It is my goal to share this knowledge with the world. Your magazine would be great in helping me stay tuned in! 🌼🌸🌿🌱

  28. Kim McIntyre

    I am so impressed with your level of energy and the quality information you condense and make available in your online magazine. So pleased to have this resource available.

  29. Gale Thackrey

    I look forward to every issue of AromaCulture because of the ‘theme’ format! The format makes it easier to go back months later and find exactly what I am looking for. The articles are always interesting and written from different perspectives. I also enjoy the recipe formulas!

  30. Linda Inzerello

    My favorite part of the magazines are the absolutely beautiful pictures of the flowers and plants. The detail is outstanding and makes identifying the plant so much easier for beginners like myself. Thank you for the quality!

  31. I’ve been reading AromaCulture almost from the beginning, and I’ve really enjoyed seeing the articles grow. With even more herbalists and aromatherapists contributing, it’s interesting to see various thoughts and recipes from all over.

  32. Patti Dougherty

    Congratulations on getting accepted! That is so exciting. It’s wonderful that your husband and you share this interest. Love following you on IG and really enjoy your photos. We moved to Florida 2 growing seasons ago, and I have struggled to grow all my favorites. It’s been discouraging, but I’ll eventually figure it out. Best of luck with school.

  33. Hope Benson

    Congratulations!!! I am obsessed with the new podcast!! Your husband does and amazing job and the guests have been outstanding. The magazine is the most beautiful and educational and practical usage magazine. I am enjoying learning more about herbs through both.

  34. Patti Dougherty

    Congratulations, that is very exciting! It’s wonderful that your husband and you share these interests. I enjoy your content and love your photography.

  35. Hello Erin! Happy to read you got accepted for the clinical herbalism training! I wish you lots of fun and a wealth of wisdom! I am actually pretty new to AromaCulture and Floranella, but I love the care with which you share your knowledge. The blog is engaging with the beautiful pictures and I always feel I am a bit closer to the herbs and oils after I visit your website or read in the magazine. It just feels like you put your heart in it and that is inspiring! I look forward to read more about the upcoming certification program. Until then, many thanks for the kind offer of a discount on the magazines! I am happy to have the chance of ordering the issues on my wish list and enjoy further learning until the course starts! Kindly, Eveline

  36. Shanon L Marks

    Fantastic Erin, and congratulations to you! Your writing and sharing yours and like minded people’s articles with your subscribers is a blessing and so helpful and comfortable to help with all our learning. I love the back issue sale and plan to somehow get a set to a very dear friend who is recovering from a terrific illness in a rehabilitation hospital. She has greatly improved and now had the strength to read and even paint a bit. AromaCulture will enlighten her and help her to heal even more.
    I thank you for sharing what you know and wish you much success with your studies. I know we will all benefit from what you learn.

  37. Erin, what beautiful news to share! Congratulations on all the wonderful things you are accomplishing. I started following you after enrolling in an aromatherapy program this January, and love your content. In a twist of fate, I was diagnosed with chronic Lyme a few days into aromatherapy school, and suddenly your content became even more relevant for me. I am excited to see what you publish that can help me in my journey to getting well again.

  38. Hi Erin! I am so happy and excited for you about getting accepted into the herbal school! I know that feeling of really wanting to do something, and not being sure if it is going to work out, and then it does! That’s so fabulous=)
    I have been getting your newsletters for a while now, and I always love your blog posts, and listening to the podcasts. Your new Floranella website is awesome, with really great content, and lovely pictures! I am so excited about your upcoming aromatherapy certification course. I will be very interested to find out all the details.
    Thanks for keeping us all informed about all things herbal and aromatherapy, and again, congrats on your acceptance to the school!

  39. Charity Pitton

    I love the bridge between aromatherapy and herbalism! So much aromatherapy promotes companies, not plants, but you always talk about developing relationships with the plants, not just using the essential oils they way one might use Tylenol. Thanks!

  40. Wow, good for you continuing your herbal studies. I am sure that the results will be more than you can imagine. I love Aromaculture, it has combined my favorites, herbs and essential oil. I started distilling and now need to know more about the essential oils. Have studied herbs for many years but find new facts and approaches all the time (thanks in part to Aromculture). Thanks so much for all that you do!

  41. Wow Erin – that is wonderful news!! I’m so envious. I’m hoping to start a beginning herbal class this winter once craft show season eases up around New Year’s. 🙂

    I’m really enjoying the magazine and the way it’s set up. I don’t read everything but I can always find some little nugget of knowledge I like.


  42. Rhiannon Hendey

    So happy for you and just wanted to say how thankful I am for all the insight you provide to us. I enjoy reading all your articles and sharing with friends.

  43. Crystal Greene

    Congratulations,Erin!!! I enjoyed reading about your new adventures. I have two little toddlers and I love showing them fun things to do in Nature. My babies always stop to smell the flowers!

  44. Nancy Lombard

    Congratulations Erin! So exciting for you and we will all benefit from your added knowledge. I love reading your magazine and also love listening to the podcasts. Thanks for all you do! Nancy

  45. charlotte armstrong

    How wonderful an opportunity this is. I am currently enrolled at Aromahead Institute and find your e-mails full of amazing information. I would love to have a subscription to the magazine 💗 Thank you for all of the time and effort you put into this wonderful magazine and blog. Truly a pleasure to read!!!!

  46. Betty Barnett

    Congratulations Erin!! I’m so excited for you. You have worked so hard and it’s showing. I’m so happy I have found your blog and magazine. I found you through enrolling into an aromatherapy certification course. I look forward to AromaCulture each month. I know nothing about herbalism and enjoy your articles. Thank you, Betty

  47. Joan Sorita

    I was drawn to your aromaculture magazine through a podcast I had listened on flower essences and also how essential oils effect the mind. The organization of your material and the layout where done in a quailty way.
    The magizne is very good and the informative and I am looking forward to reading more in the future.
    I share your site with everyone I know. I am very into working with animals and using aromas , herbs and essences in a self selction manner. Your podcast and magazine has inspired me to know end and I am very grapefull for you taking the time to share your skills with the world.
    Joan Sorita , LMP, L/SAMP certified aromatherapist for animals and people.

  48. Caroline Whitehouse

    This is amazing news thank you for sharing, starting a new journey is very exciting and I wish you many warm wishes as you embrace your latest venture. I am so glad I found you, I love the way you visualize and promote ‘Herbal Aromatherapy’ the idea of blending the learning of essential oil therapy and herbal medicines is something I very much want to be part of. The summer foraging course has led me to become very hands-on, enriching my respect for nature and what she offers us. I look forward to The Herbal Aromatherapy course starting soon.

  49. Congrats Erin, your post is one of the rare few that I’ll open in my inbox.. I’m so excited about the developments in your garden. Lucky you!

  50. Joyce Stone

    I just love your work…it is wonderful to read in depth articles which really answer the questions I have about the plants. I’m a relative newbie to herbs and soaking up all the good knowledge I can find. I love receiving your emails and can’t wait to crack them open the minute they hit my inbox. Best wishes on the clinical training – how exciting for you.

  51. Dawn Dennis

    I love Herbalism & am learning more & more about Aromatherapy, so here I get to learn both. Your style is very easy to understand & approachable: I LIKE that!

  52. I have loved each issue of Aromaculture since I began getting it and am thankful for its great introduction to herbalism in conjunction with aromatherapy. It is a beautiful publication unlike any other. I am equally thankful for each and every podcast that is published and have listened to many of them multiple times and been inspired to acquire way too many books (can there be too many??) written by various speakers. Thank you for the great education and good luck with your schooling!

  53. Thank you, Erin, for the update! Yes, we do love knowing what’s going on, especially when it is something that builds our anticipation of the new things you learn and will share with us in the future! Your writing is a delight to read, and I love the magazine’s diverse articles. Wishing you the best in your new studies!!

  54. Congratulations on getting accepted into the clinical herbalism program! Also how exciting that you are giving away 2 free subscriptions to your magazine! I would LOVE to win one of those (please enter me in the giveaway)!! I love the fact that you offer both aromatherapy and herbalism content in different formats (and it’s one of my favorite podcasts!) and that you have a facebook group so that we can connect with you there.

  55. Congratulations Erin!!! How exciting. I love everything about Aromaculture, the picture and the content. I have learned so much through your blog and podcasts. The podcasts are amazing for introducing all the people in the field and showcasing their information to share with us. Thank you for all that you do!

  56. Congratulations Erin. I enjoy reading the articles by the various authors, recipes and the photos.

  57. Congratulations Erin! I’m so happy for you! This new journey that you’re beginning will lead to many new paths for you to explore. Finding a passion in this life is a true gift…. One that only a few will ever know with their whole heart. Thank you for sharing your passion and your knowledge in such a genuine way with such an open heart. It’s very apparent that you are in love with what you do and those with whom you do it. What a gift for everyone involved!
    As a few have mentioned, I too would be interested in what program you’ve been accepted to. I have done some study, but would really like to do more at a higher level.
    Thank you for sharing your news with us!

  58. Andrea Sharify

    How wonderful !!! I just recently discovered Aromaculture and have learned so much !!! Thank you for this opportunity to continue to learn and grow !!! I would love to win 🙂

  59. Erin you are a wonder!! You make me wish I lived in the Pacific Northwest instead of Australia! You and Jon are such an inspiration to us all. Congratulations and keep living your dream 🙂

  60. I love your magazine. I have been a subscriber from the first issue. Congratulations on your new adventure.

  61. I haven’t ever had your lovely books but have too enjoyed the articles that I receive. I have learned a great deal and look very forward to them. Winning this prize would be simply amazing. Kind regards and blessings jenny

  62. What I love most about what you’re doing is the passion and commitment you bring to the health and well being of all the aspects. Whether it’s the people, the plants, Industry, etc.

    Selfishly, I’m very grateful for the chapter being opened around herbalism as my entry to all of this was around essential oils. The podcast opened my mind and exposed me to these additional chapters of understanding.

    Thanks, congrats on all the above and I look forward to learning more and more!

    God Bless,


  63. Jodi Pursifull

    That’s wonderful news! Excited for you and please do continue to share what you learn it’s truly invaluable 💚

  64. sharon schenkel

    Erin and Jon – Congrats on all of the wonderful news that you shared. I love the Aromaculture magazine and the wealth of knowledge within. Also, love the podcasts !! Keep up all the great work. Be Well, sharon

  65. I’m fairly new to essential oils and aromatherapy so I’ve been excited to learn every time I come to this site! It’s one I trust and I learn something every time I visit. I’ve already downloaded several issues of Aromaculture and will get some more–thanks for the sale! CONGRATULATIONS on being accepted into the program!

  66. Love the AromaCulture magazine! Great articles with excellent information. I am a student at Midwest Center for Herbal Health and Healing and the articles are great to supplement our curriculum. Congratulations on getting into your Herbal Program. Keep writing!

  67. Myra Renaud

    I love AromaCulture and look forward to the new issue each month. I especially love the format as it is easy to follow and incredibly educational!

  68. Tomi Wilson-Keiser

    Congratulations!!! It is always so great to read when someone is offrered an opportunity of a lifetime, and gets rewarded for working so hard! Education, learning, and discovering should never end.

    I signed up for your recent class and will be working my way through it soon. I am so looking forward to learning from the class, and adding to my knowledge base. I love getting new insights from each teacher I learn from. You always seem so excited and happy to pass along what you know so I look at it as an opportunity for me. Plants are amazing!

    Thank you for your gift of knowledge, and being so gracious when I have emailed you in the past. I am so grateful.

  69. Hi Erin
    Congratulations on your enrollment. I’m sure you will love it. I enjoy listening to your podcast and reading your blog. I’m looking forward to hearing more about your course.

  70. Anne Littlebird

    The magazine is gorgeous! And there is so much information to read over and over again. It completely draws you in and makes you want to devote your every waking moment in it. Congratulations on your big news! it can only get better!

  71. I have only been following for the past few months, but I absolutely LOVE seeing what each issue of AromaCulture will be about! This summer was my first year gardening and I just can’t get enough! I would love to win a subscription because I have so much to learn. Thank you for offering this sale on past issues! I will be ordering FOR SURE!

  72. Lynette Stewart

    Congrats on acceptance into your Herbal program. I’ve been studying Herbs and Aromatherapy for a few years now, some through classes but mostly self taught. I love the information I get through your emails. I’ve been unemployed for almost a year now. So it would be a real blessing to get a.chance to win a free subscription. Good luck and thank you.

  73. Sue Schneider

    What wonderful news being accepted into the program that fits your needs! I’m learning all the time from you and the podcast. Thank you for all you both do! Hope I win the giveaway.

  74. Bonsoir from Québec! So very happy about your wonderful news Fairy Erin. I enjoy practicing my English reading skills along with Aroma Culture Magazine and Summer Foraging Course which I am learning so much from both of them. Thank you so much Erin and Jon for your generosity and kindness of heart. May you be blessed with everything your heart desire, today and always… Probably, like everyone here, I would love to win but whoever wins will make me very happy for them and good luck everyone!

  75. A fragrant blessing from Australia. I love receiving my Aroma Culture magazine and devouring every piece of information provided, so I say a heartfelt thanks for producing such a wonderful magazine and a huge congratulations on getting into your herbal course.
    Keep on changing the world, one herb at a time
    Fragrant Blessings

  76. Congratulations Erin! It’s wonderful to hear that you’ve been accepted in this program and will continue learning. What a blessing! Thank you for sharing with us so far.
    I really love your magazine, the layout and photographs are beautiful, and the information offered is well organised and presents various perspectives. It’s a pleasure to read and easy to consult for future references.
    All the best with your studies and projects ✨

  77. Congrats on the acceptance! I love all of your photos and how open you are to sharing what you know! Thanks so much 🙂

  78. Learning is addictive! Enjoy your new program. I like that your magazine and blog have the topics that I want to learn more about (you must be psychic).

  79. Congratulations Erin! Very Exciting! I’m getting ready to start my 1st year of Herbalist training this coming Saturday. Hoping to eventually add Clinical Herbalist training when this training is over. I love your magazine! All the awesome pictures and helpful and grounded useful information to support our journey in helping ourselves and others. Much appreciated. Love the podcasts too! Thank you for your generous giving heart.

  80. Congratulations Erin on your new program. Learning new thing is always Soo exciting.
    I recently found you through LearningHerbs Herb Mentor. I love the in-depth information on all your topics and everything’s explained perfectly.

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