Wednesday, February 13, 2019

How to Create a Powerful Passion and Pursuit - It's Easy!

Greetings! Hope you are having a lovely week!

There are many facets to my life that I have a passion for – which is a reason I started this blog. A few passions include the love of fine fabrics – the gorgeous ones that become carpet bags and purses; reading a romantic novel and keeping a collection of good books; playing classical music on my old upright piano; ...the list goes on. 

 But, I have a distinctive passion and pursuit that I want to share with you today!

Can you guess what it is?

This singular passion and pursuit of mine starts with the letter “P.” 

Here are some points of this distinctive passion that I pursue every day:

It is enjoyable and worthwhile.
It makes me feel good.
It can bring joy to others if I share it with them.
It is EASY (keep reading to find how easy it is).
It is healthy for me.
It is profitable for me.
It involves the color pink.

Maybe you know or can guess what this passion and pursuit of mine is.

How to determine if my passion can be your passion

Let's consider the answers to these questions first:

Do you want to feel good?

Are you a person who cares about their health and what goes into their body?

Are you looking for great health products you can fully trust in?

Do you want health products that actually work?

Do you have good health and want to keep it that way?

Do you believe that investing in your health with natural supplements is the way to go or would you rather rely on medication?

Do you want to improve your health using naturally sourced supplements that really work?

Do you want to purchase your health products from a reputable company that cares about their customers and employees?
Would you like to receive a commission on your own purchases?

Have you been looking for a work-at-home opportunity?

If you can answer YES to these questions, keep reading! If you are still skeptical, keep reading!

Though I am not a steadfast stickler or slave to any kind of diet scheme, fad, or otherwise very good health regime, I DO care about what I put into my body – the water I drink, the food I eat...


I DO care that the supplements I choose to take are crafted of the very best naturally sourced ingredients possible.


Here is where profitable meets up with a healthy lifestyle

How does a person sell these products? Here is what we DON'T DO:

We DON'T have home parties.
We DON'T order products for customers.
We DON'T stock products in our homes.
We DON'T deliver products to customers.

Are you surprised? My company is not like the other companies that rely on home parties every week to sell their products. There are no weekly or monthly quotas to fulfill.

Here is the EASY PART

Here is what we DO DO and it's the EASY part:

We share the products with people we meet on the street, at our church, at the grocery store, at work, or by phone, email, or social media.

We order products for ourselves on our OWN (FREE) website.

Our products are purchased online in three ways:  retail, preferred customer, and wholesale. I purchase my products wholesale – the cheapest way of all three.

Did I say it was EASY? Did I say I make a commission on my own purchases? Can you get a commission from purchasing your very good supplements at your local natural store?

Did I tell you that all the products come with a 60-day money back guarantee? No questions asked!

Did you know that I am making a very good residual income and that there are many stay-at-home mothers AND dads working from the comfort of their own home by sharing these great all-natural supplements with friends, family, and people they meet?

Better health with all naturally sourced supplements and a residual income is a great combination. It’s a win-win situation!

Want to know how you can better your health AND make a great income like me at the same time? I’m ready to share my passion with you and make it your passion.  

Here’s my email address: Let’s chat! Add my pink passion to your life and see what happens!

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Finally...something brand new...and a blank slate

Greetings to Y'all from this northerner now living in a southern clime!

It's finally time to reveal something new. It's been a long time waiting.  And here is a sneak peek.

Our journey from Prince Edward Island to South Carolina (last July 2018) has been a trial in some ways, but the Lord has given grace and strength to live with family for six months, as we acclimate ourselves to a new area in the States, adjust ourselves to a new church, new town, different climate, and different "English accents!"

By the grace of God, He has provided - in our budget, no less - a brand new house! In November, we thought we were purchasing an older home with character, in a different town, but underneath there were many issues we didn't want to contend with, and consequently, we got out of that contract. I loved the character of that older home, but it was not to be.

Our search for another house led us to Williamston, SC, and to a new build. That was very unexpected and it fit our needs perfectly! I do so miss our previous older character home in PEI with its huge yard but at this point in our lives, we needed something that didn't require fixing and a tiny yard will work out fine. A weed whacker is probably all we need to mow it! Ha! All in all, it is a good fit and all it requires is an artistic touch to make it our own. The closing was December 28th and we moved on January 4th.

I've included only a few photos of the inside for now - a blank canvas except for the piles of boxes I'm still unpacking. The outside is a darker beige with a rusty red accent on top. Inside it's all gray, which is nice if you are a "gray" person, but I am not. I can adore the look of other homes with gray interiors, but it's not me. I love color - reds, greens, blues. It gives me a feeling of coziness. 

Another similar feature of this new place compared to our former abode is its location near a railroad. At our PEI home, we were about 300 feet from the former railroad - now the Confederation Trail that is used for biking and hiking. Now in SC, we are about 300 feet from a real working railroad! The train goes by about a couple times a day and blows its whistle. It's very loud if you are outdoors at the time. I love trains.

Without further ado, let's see this new home!
As I write this, there is a new house going up to the left of ours. They started building the week after we moved in. This neighborhood and cul-de-sac is called Mill Creek - established in 2002 and there are still a number of empty lots to the left of our place.

Open concept front to back. That's the back door. There is a small storage room attached to the back of the house.

Here you see the front door and kitchen/dining area to the right.

Glad to have my third white kitchen. The black counters are very similar to the ones I had in PEI, which gives me a good at-home feeling. We do have a fridge installed and a washer/dryer in the laundry room.

And I finally have a window over the kitchen sink. My two previous homes didn't.
The house has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms with a laundry room on the main floor. One bedroom will be my sewing room and the other will be named the "blue room" as we had in our home in PEI. The blue room is for guests and we look forward to having some!

That's all for now, folks! Stay tuned as I slowly dig through and unpack boxes. As time goes by, I'll slowly reveal more of our new abode as I make it our own.
Delight thyself also in the LORD; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Commit thy way unto the LORD; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass. 
Psalm 37:4-5