Welcome to my new blog and new business venture. I'll still do plenty of writing, but in our effort to live healthy or help others to do the same, my husband and I decided to start working with Young Living.
Today, I want to talk about the reasons we chose Young Living and reveal the starter kit we received. Each week, I'll be (hopefully) publishing a post every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday on a different theme. You can see the schedule on the banner on the right.
Warning: This blog post is a little long, but at least half of it is pictures. First, we have the reveal of my Premium Starter Kit!
Here is the box after cutting the tape. I love how they pack things so carefully and don't use a box three times the size it needs to be.
I do want to share one thing about that little packet of cleaner. It will last much longer than it appears. It is highly concentrated, so you are encouraged to water it down. The increments depend on the greasiness of what you plan to clean, but it can be diluted up to 30 parts water and 1 part cleaner!
Not sure what Essential Rewards is? I don't understand it fully yet either, but there is a Facebook event that is explaining it tomorrow night (September 25, 2018) at 8:30 PM Central time if you'd like me to invite you to it. Basically, what I know so far is that Essential Rewards is a great way to get free products. You slowly build up points to then be able to purchase things.
Three reasons why we chose Young Living
Our friend, Kayla, gave us a couple of booklets that explained the Young Living business in them. One of them mentioned that Young Living has farms all over the world, including in Ecuador. The author of the booklet told a story of how, on a retreat paid for by Young Living, she helped organize a library for a school that had been built for the children in the town where their farm was. The school had been built at no cost to the people in the town.
As a Christian, being charitable is something we are commanded to do, so when Bill and I read about this, it was one little proof that this was an organization we could get behind.
2. Possibility of prosperity
No, I'm not going all prosperity gospel on you. I just like alliterations. ;) Another reason Bill and I decided to take this step of faith is because not only can we live with less toxins in our house and bodies, but we can also make it into a business for ourselves while helping other people get rid of toxins in their homes. We can also step alongside people who decide to not live more healthily, but who also want to make it a business for themselves if they so choose.
Did you know that the average woman puts more than 70 chemicals into her body before she even steps foot out of the door to her house in the morning? Between her makeup, hair products, skin care, and washing her hands (and/or dishes), everyone is pumping their body full of chemicals.
Yes, there are products out there that claim to be natural alternatives, but even many of those have some toxicity to them. And you have to go shopping around to try to find them.
With Young Living, you have a one stop shop. Here, you can buy shampoo, conditioner, bar soap, liquid soap, household cleaner, makeup, essential oils, cough drops, massage oils, and so much more.
Some of these products might be a bit more expensive than if you were to go shopping around at the stores for the natural products there, but at least with Young Living, you will know that they are for sure free of chemicals. Plus, if you enroll in Essential Rewards, you can earn up to 25% back on your purchases!
If you are interested in learning more, please shoot me an email, send me a message, or get in touch with me in some form of communication (telegraph and smoke signals may take too long to learn). If you already know about how this works and want to get started, click on this link to get your own kit and learn more about how to earn some money and live toxin-free: https://bit.ly/2OIlgsp