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I’m a Side Hustler, Baby

16 Mar

 

I’ve been debating whether or not to write an entire post about my newest side hustle, but, ya know what, I’m going to put on my big girl underpants* and just do it already. I don’t know why I feel like I need to explain myself to anyone for the choices I make, especially random strangers that might happen upon this blog… but I’m actually super excited about this!! And I’m trying this new thing. It’s where I don’t worry about pleasing everyone. And I stop putting myself down and stop thinking that my ideas and dreams and passions are stupid. And I stop overthinking the decisions that I believe are best for me and my family. (This is all a GIANT WORK IN PROGRESS for me.)

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So I have mentioned a few times in previous posts that I’ve joined an online shopping club, so here’s the scoop. (If these points don’t resonate with you, this company wouldn’t be a good fit for you!)

  • You save time and money. Essentially, it’s a way to get all of the household cleaning products, face and body care products, makeup, supplements, essential oils, and about 600 other items (that you may or may not use on a daily basis) shipped to your door. Sounds like Target or Amazon right? Yea, it’s a lot like that. Except the comparable products are cheaper, more environmentally friendly (with less harsh chemicals) and SHIPPED TO YOUR FRIGGIN’ DOOR! Do you even KNOW how many times I’ve gone to Target for dish soap and, after an hour of wandering around, have spent like $200 on weird stuff that I don’t even need?!?! If you don’t know what I’m talking about OR you don’t mind paying more for the same household products, this company is NOT for you.

 

  • It’s not an MLM. I clearly have nothing against MLM companies.** I truly believe that “side hustles” can give people financial freedom and be life changing. You just need to find what works best for you. And, just because I’ve found a few that weren’t the exact right fit for me doesn’t mean that I suck (or that they suck) and should never do a “work from home” job again, right?! This company is different. There are no “distributors” only customers. We all just get the stuff we need and go on with our days. In fact, the company doesn’t allow you to spam the crap out of everyone on social media or even to plaster their name everywhere. If you want to be excited about the products, that’s cool! If you want to share your favs with your friends and family, right on! Otherwise, they’re like, “hey everyone… let’s not overwhelm the masses or give any bad stigmas to our name.” And I respect the crap out of that. If you want to spam the world, this company is NOT for you.

 

  • The benefits are OUT OF THIS WORLD. From discounts to cash back to referrals…. All I can say is, “WOW.” Never, in all of the research that I’ve done for any other company (and trust me, I’ve research a gazillion**** companies), have I seen a compensation plan like this. WOWZAS. Rewarding your customers for loyalty and referrals doesn’t come any better. AND they partner with a million**** other online retailers (like Target, Walmart, Expedia, Lowes…) and if you order through their websites, you get a certain percent of money back in the form of a check. Yes, you read that correctly. Book your next trip through Expedia and they’ll send you a percentage (money!) in the mail. What. The. Crap. Right?! If you hate making money at home (especially residual income) this company is NOT for you.

 

  • The products are legit. Like, too legit to quit, even. Less harsh chemicals*** in my cleaning supplies is a giant bonus, but products that actually WORK, that’s a winner for me. I haven’t gotten to try to the lotion or the shampoo or the mascara or a million**** other products, but even my super picky, high end using, salon owning friends prefer this stuff to other stuff they’ve tried. And it’s cheaper. And can earn money back from it. AND if you don’t like anything, you get your money back. If you don’t think that’s legit, this company may not be for you.

I’m sure there’s more to “gush” about that’s all I’ll say for now. This company is the poo. Save moolah on stuff you’d be buying at the grocery store or at Target or on trips or a gazillion other places. Make some money, too, if you want! It’s just that easy.

(Oh. And if you’re a part of another MLM already, you can join this one too. TWO side hustles?! You got it, punkin!)

Okay, time to get off the soap box. I’ve found my side hustle home. I can’t wait to share more as I learn more, too! (And I won’t even be sorry about it {see paragraph #1})

Until next time,

Laura

 

*One of my all-time favorite words to work into a sentence… underpants.

**I’ve been a part of one or two!

***But do they still have chemicals in them, Laura? Of course they do. Water is a chemical (H20!) for goodness sakes. But with these, there are no “child proof” caps for a reason… or crazy warnings or lung damage. If you ingest these ones, the biggest suggestion is to drink a tall glass of water. And let’s be honest… if I wasn’t using these, I’d be using the Lysol, Windex and Chlorox from Target or the grocery store. So this is about 45 giant steps in the right direction.

****Clearly an exaggeration, people.