Our five senses give life its definition. Artists paint because the tapestry of life evokes images that touch the soul. The delicate melody of the violin, a soft caress, an exquisite meal all make our lives rich And without them, sterility of the soul threatens a bland existence. It’s called sensory deprivation.
A recent study published by the National Center for Health Statistics documented that of those 65 years of age or older, 40% experience functional deficits. In other words, as we age, our quality of life comes under attack through our failing senses. It dulls our gusto, and we often require aids in restoring what is lost…bifocals, hearing aids as prime examples.
It was the loss of smell that attracted me to the world of Posh. I hadn’t really smelled anything in years, when I passed a display so rich in essential oils, that impelled me to screech into a 180 and stop. Investigate. Become a Posh consultant.
The return of scent to the repertoire of my working senses has been a joy, plain and simple A grace note I enjoy each and every day. Posh is truly my happy place. More than income, Posh replenishes my loss, and I am thankful for it.