Showing posts from September, 2015

Work From Home Moms

As a mother of two girls that were very active in school activities, church activities, and 4H, I have often found myself making a choice between work and being where my kids needed me to be. I have never had the opportunity to stay home with them as finances would not allow. I have tried selling many products at different times and usually have struggled with the business. This was partially due to my own struggles with coming out of my comfort zone and some of it was time restraints and part of it was just me being lazy. After the birth of my granddaughter this year, I decided that I needed to find a business that allowed me to spend as much time as I could with her. I found Pink Zebra, a company that believes in the motto, " Change Your Fragrance, Change Your Life" and makes such a unique product that I decided that I had to join this business. I am happy to say that I am doing well at the moment. I am not getting rich quick, but I am having fun and I am earning some ext

My Pink Zebra Biz

Hello! I am writing to share with each of you that I have begun a new business. I am currently a consultant with Pink Zebra and I absolutely would love to share details with you. Pink Zebra is a unique and powerful product line that is meant to "change your life by changing your fragrance". They are a home fragrance company. I know to many that signifies that we are a candle company, but we are way more than that. Sprinkles are our main business. Sprinkles are 100% food grade soy dots that can be melted in warmers, sprinkled on your carpet, put into an older candle that has lost it's scent or simply placed in a decorative container in your home. There are 61 scents available so I am sure that you can find one that you like. The fascinating aspect of these Sprinkles are that they can be mixed to combine many new scents and you can play around and see what you can create. Many recipes can be found online by searching Pink Zebra Sprinkles Recipes. We also carry a larg

Sunday Thoughts

As Sunday afternoon is coming to a close, I sit here in deep thought of the many people struggling with cancer. I have a dear friend that is certainly fighting a battle that I am not sure I would be strong enough to fight and I am praying that there is a cure found soon as she basically needs a miracle. Her palette count is so low that chemo is not an option at this time and I am afraid that God may be calling her home. That scares me! I have another friend that is fighting this demon that we have all came to know so well. Cancer seems to not have boundaries- no age limit, no race lines, no economic lines, etc. It seems that it is it's own ruler and it attacks at the most inopportune moment. However, prepared one might think that they - they are not! Cancer is a scary word and it is even more scary when you are fighting for the second, third, fourth, etc. times. I keep thinking that God has their futures' in his hands, but it seems that at least one is slipping slowly throu