Green Malay By Wonderland Holistics

March 15, 2017

Something I definitely needed about mid day today.

I was sitting at my desk, my ADHD getting the best of me. I could NOT concentrate. I did not want to focus and do one of many projects due. I looked over and dosed TWO nice big spoonfuls because-hey-I needed it! And it was exactly what I needed!

Took a tad too long to kick in, but when it did my mind slowly turned to a positive, driven focus and I instantly had the desire to do something.

This one will definitely stay at my desk during the week. It is much needed and very helpful to get through a long work day. It lasts a good three hours, which is a plus!

If you haven’t tried Wonderland Holistics, you should!

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