Home Office Diffuser Recipes

July 4, 2016 by Jenny Melrose

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My new diffuser was the first thing I used when I received my Young Living Premium Starter Kit. I diffused a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil and thoroughly enjoyed it. But it wasn’t until I started creating home office diffuser recipes that I decided I couldn’t work (or live) without my oils and my diffuser! And today I’m sharing 8 of my favorite home office diffuser recipes with you!

Home Office Diffuser Recipes

Getting your work done just got that much easier with these eight home office diffuser recipes using Young Living Essential Oils.


I use my home office diffuser recipes for different reasons. One day I might need a little extra energy or focus. Or I might be having a hard time concentrating. Or I may need extra support because I’m on a tight deadline and feeling added stress. You’ll see one or more of those struggles or benefits listed in the title of each recipe.

Diffuser Recipes with lavender and orange


My Favorite Home Office Diffuser Recipes

A quick note before we jump into the recipes: I only use pure, therapeutic essential oils. After lots of research, I decided to purchase my essential oils from Young Living, because of their Seed to Seal commitment to quality. I know that when I purchase from Young Living I’m getting products that are free of harmful synthetics and of the highest purity. Another thing that drew me to Young Living is that they own their farms, so they control the essential oil creation process from start to finish (or seed to seal)! For more information about Young Living’s Seed to Seal commitment, visit their Seed to Seal website.

Here are four of my top favorite home office diffuser recipes, but you’ll find all 8 on the printable below!

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Hit That Deadline

Hit that Deadline Diffuser Recipes


I experience many interruptions when I’m working from home: kids with questions, pets with immediate needs, phone calls, social media and email notifications, etc.

Interruptions often mean I’m close to missing my deadlines and that creates added stress. So I give my brain a little extra support with this home office diffuser recipe that helps me relax and focus, so I can hit that deadline!

Hit That Deadline:

  • 3 drops Stress Away
  • 3 drops Peppermint

Another thing I love about this home office diffuser recipe is that the oils needed are available in the Young Living Premium Starter Kit, which is the easiest and most cost-efficient way to get started with essential oils! For more information click here, or get your very own Premium Starter Kit here.

I also keep a few essential oils in my Mobile Office, so that I can experience the benefits of aromatherapy on the go! You can learn more about my mobile office, how to set up one up, and how to use it to get more done here.


Energize Diffuser Recipes

This is my all-time favorite home office diffuser recipe. I use it almost every morning, and I now associate it with getting down to business and getting those to-do’s done!


  • 3 drops of Citrus Fresh
  • 2 drops of Lemongrass (One of my all-time favorite essential oils!)

Whenever I’m painting in our home, like most recently when I made over our hall closet, I add a couple of cotton balls with a drop of Lemongrass or Purification to the area to tone down the smell of the paint. Works like a charm!

Memory Support

Memory Support Diffuser Recipes

This is another one of my faves! I feel like I get more done when it’s diffusing, and Lemon and Rosemary are two oils that I really like. You’ll receive a bottle of Lemon essential oil in your Premium Starter Kit, too!

  • 2 drops Lavender
  • 2 drops Lemon
  • 1 drop Rosemary
  • 1 drop of Cinammon Bark

I use Lavender for so many different things! I love it in my diffuser, but I also love it in this recipe for a DIY All-Purpose Cleaning Spray {That You Can Make in a Flash}!

It’s Gonna Be a Good Day

It's Gonna be a Good Day Diffuser Recipes


I love to start my day off with this home office diffuser recipe. It kicks my day off right and sets me up for success throughout the whole day by getting my thoughts in a positive, happy place!

It’s Gonna Be a Good Day

  • 3 drops Rosemary
  • 3 drops Grapefruit
  • 1 drop Peppermint

*If you love the scent of Grapefruit, be sure to check out my recipe for a DIY Lavender-Grapefruit Lip Scrub!

Even more Home Office Diffuser Recipes

To give you even more options, amazing healthy scents, and system support when you’re working in your home office, here’s a printable with 8 of my top Home Office Diffuser Recipes, including those listed above!

Even More Energy Diffuser Recipes


Grab your Home Office Diffuser Recipes Printable HERE!

And since we’re talking printables, here are two more to help you rock your home office work time! #BonusBaby

Printable 1

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Printable 2

An Amazingly Simple Planning Tool

I hope you’ll give these home office diffuser recipes a try and experience the added support that essential oils can offer in your home office during the work day!

Although, I sang the praises of home office diffuser recipes in this post, we have diffusers all over our home and use them on a daily basis. So, don’t limit yourself to just experiencing these incredible benefits in your office! 🙂

Learn More About Young Living Essential Oils

Interested in getting started with Young Living Essential Oils? Or maybe you’d like to learn more?


Get your very own Premium Starter Kit here!

If you’d like more information about why we decided to use essential oils in our home as well as get more details on the Premium Starter Kit, click here.

Hey, I’m Tiffany! When I’m not regaling you with tales of my crafty adventures (and misadventures), I’m hanging out over at The House Down the Lane sharing all things DIY, home decor, organization, and family! Pop on by and see if you find something you like. You can also find me on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram.

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