A big part of our job is to help people connect to products that will help them reach their goals plus we want everyone to get a great deal and SAVE.
One way that you can try some different products at a great discount is becoming our Product Tester.
What is a Product Tester?
A product tester is just someone who wants to try one or more products over the next three months and give us some feedback on their experience.
You can change your order month to month, or you can just try the same thing all three months – it is completely flexible to you! In return we want to give you our wholesale discount, so you can try everything at 40% off retail. read more
Before I tried the It Works wrap, I had tried a seaweed wrap at a spa. My sister even did a slimming wrap at a spa where she had to workout on an elliptical machine for 30 minutes!! Both of these were full body wraps that were dehydrating with results that didn’t last.
When I first saw these new wraps, I had a friend share on facebook that she had used an It Works wrap and that it worked for her. I was so intrigued, I had to try it myself! read more
I love shopping at our local Kroger’s. They have a great selection of healthy foods and it makes it so easy to save on groceries and whole foods. This week, I’m going to save so much money because I bought a whole free range organic chicken. I’m going to turn that one chicken into 3 different healthy chicken recipes. It can be a challenge to save money cooking whole foods, but this is one easy tip!
I get lots of moms who are trying to eat healthier and are struggling to stay on budget every month with their grocery bills. When you can cook from scratch, you can save much more than using boxed meals. Also when you eat whole foods, you will save money because you are healthier and not going to the doctor as much. read more
Here are 6 Ways to Save Money this Valentine’s Day without feeling like a cheapskate. Valentine’s Day is not one of my favorite holidays… but it is never a bad thing to recognize the ones you love and let them know in some special way. When you are trying to save money, sometimes you feel pressure to spend more than you really should. Remember that expensive gifts don’t equal more love. You will show love to your husband more by staying on budget than a fancy new watch. read more
Adam and I were married really young (21 & 19 respectively).
I am so thankful we were introduced to Dave Ramsey before we were married. I will credit this to Daryl Wolgemuth teaching one night at the college group. From that point on, Adam and I read Dave Ramsey’s books and listened to his radio show preparing us for when we were going to have to live on a budget.
It is said that before you get married you need to agree on the 4 main pieces: Money, Dealing with In-laws, Children, and Religion. Doing so will save you from a multitude of fights and disagreements later on.read more