Post # 1
I am going to become a consultant for tastefully simple! I am excited about it because I feel it is a good product and it’s a good way to earn a little extra on the side!
What do you sell? Do you like it? Do you think it is a good way to earn a little extra or is it more of a pain?
Post # 3
No bees sell anything? Mary Kary, Avon, Pampered Chef?
Post # 4
I love Tastefully Simple! I used to do Pampered Chef, but it was too much work for the time I had to invest in it. But, the prices you pay for things was crazy cheap, so I am debating getting back into it at some point and just doing maybe one show a month, and using the money I make there to fund my kitchen tool habit 🙂
Post # 5
I am a Stella & Dot stylist part-time in addition to my full-time job. However with my new full-time job and long commute I have not had much time for Stella & Dot. I have really enjoyed being a stylist; it is great to wear all the fun jewelry and decent fun money when I have a good month. The downside is that if you are just dabbling it is really hard to keep up to date in samples since they change every six months and can really add up.
Post # 6
I just started selling Miche bags… I actually haven’t even sold one yet but my website is up and waiting!
Post # 7
I promote the Body by Vi 90 Day Challenge. I love it and I lost 38 lbs myself and I know a ton of people it’s helped. Been doing it since April, earned the free car in May. I am not here to talk about that but since you asked I thought I would share!
I promote the Body by Vi 90 Day Challenge. I love it and I lost 38 lbs myself and I know a ton of people it’s helped. Been doing it since April, earned the free car in May. I hope to be “job optional” by this coming May. I am not here to talk about that but since you asked I thought I would share!
@SunnySquirrel: I have a good friend who is a stylist in MD. She does it full time though.
Post # 8
@SunnySquirrel: I sell Stella & Dot part-time as well! I love it!!