During our Faces of Distillery 9 series, we’re getting to know the different people that make up this team.

Introducing: Kelsie Reoch

When did you first begin business with Young Living?
I enrolled/joined the business October 2018. My SIL had been trying to get me to join FOREVER but i was such a skeptic. gosh was I so wrong!

Tell us a little bit about yourself.
I am from Richmond, VA but I’m currently living in Virginia Beach #navywife. I am the oldest of 5 siblings. I just became a mama in June 2018 to my sweet little Hannah Mae – but I’ve had the title of “Charlie” (step mom) to my sweet Aiden since 2013. I’m currently a medical assistant at an OBGYN office but the plan is to go back to school to get my RN. Fun fact – my husband and I breed snakes as our “side hustle” and we have probably about 40 snakes in our house currently but could at least double that number with potential babies in the spring!

What is your favorite Young Living product?
My favorite Young Living product would probably be Valor/the valor roll on. I’ve been dealing with some pretty intense postpartum anxiety and these have been helping tremendously with all things anxiety related.

What do you love most about this business?
What I love most about the business is just sharing these amazing products with the people I love and care about. I also love that it’s essentially going to give me the ability to have more freedom, not having to work a 9-5, be home with my sweet girl and get my butt back in school full time!

Favorite quote.
“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”
SO MUCH TRUTH. I doubted I could do this business. I am PAINFULLY introverted. I wasn’t “outgoing enough”. I didn’t know enough people. I didn’t know enough about the products. SO. MANY. EXCUSES. Not only with just starting this business, but other parts of my life too: going to college, finishing college, moving 5 hours away from my family and everyone that I know. But I went to college, I graduated college (with honors and the first one in my family to ever graduate college), I moved away with my then boyfriend now husband and it was the best experience of my life. Incredibly difficult, but so worth it. I doubted that I could do ANY of those things, but look at me – I’m KILLING IT.  Apparently I just need to learn to stop doubting myself and just go for what I want!