Wednesday, October 22, 2014

I'm an Independent Jamberry Consultant!



Hey everyone!  As some of you know, last month I signed up to become an Independent Jamberry Consultant!  I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the product, and I think that is one of the most important things when you are selling something.  I am so excited about this journey I have started.  In 1 month I have already had more success then I ever did with Partylite.  I have a fabulous and very supportive upline that is always willing to help (and let me tell you, I have bugged my sponsor with a TON of questions, haha!)




Jamberry nail wraps are vinyl nail wraps that are applied with heat and pressure.  They are non-toxic, non porous, gluten and latex free, and vegan.  We have over 300 designs that you can choose from, something for everyone, from conservative to outrageous!  They can last up to 2 weeks on fingers and up to 6 weeks on toes!


A sheet of Jamberry wraps is $15, you can get 2 manis, 2 pedis, and several accent nails from 1 sheet!  That is WAY better then salon pricing, and they last longer too!
Our wraps are always Buy 3 get 1 free, so you get 4 sheets for $45!  That is Jamazing!  4 sheets is equal to 8 manis, 8 pedis and TONS of accent sheets, for less then a mani/pedi at the salon!



I am always looking for Hostess's!  I can do both in home parties and online Facebook parties, whichever is best for you!  You can earn some great rewards including free product, half price items and Host exclusive wraps that you can ONLY get from being a host!


Joining my team is so easy and fun!  At last count we only had 66,000 consultants, Mary Kay has over 3 million!  Talk about an amazing time to join!  Earn extra income for the holidays, to help pay for vacation, or just to have extra spending money!  We have a Fast Start program which rewards you for hitting certain goals when you start.  We also have Jamberry University, online training at your finger tips.  Oh and they also offer incentive trips that you can earn!!  I am a VERY busy SAHM of 4, my kids have marching band, dance, cheerleading, and soccer.  I am on the go all the time, yet even I have time for this!  If I can make time, you can too!


If you were to buy our application kit, mini heater, and 4 wraps it would come to $84.  But for $99 you can have your own business with our kit!



You can like my Facebook page at www.facebook.com/norabejammin to stay up to date on all things Jamberry!

To place an order, host a party, or join my team you can visit my website at www.norabejammin.jamberrynails.net or message me on Facebook!  I can't wait to hear from you!!


Sunday, March 16, 2014

Gardening Exploits

After my post I'll have a bunch of pictures for you to browse!  We made a lot of progress on the garden the last few weeks.  We bought all the wood and put it together, picked out a place and got it all set up. It took 16 bags of soil to fill that sucker!  We put some of the black cloth across the bottom to stop weeds, and we put chicken wire across the bottom too to hopefully stop moles and gophers.

I also got my half a Jack Daniels Whiskey barrel for my potatoes!  I got those planted too, waiting for them to grow.  I also got a plastic container to grow my carrots in, Aislinn helped me plant some carrot seeds too.  Those are both outside by the garden.

I did a bunch of research on square foot gardening, and then I sat down and planned out my garden using what I planned to plant, and I also looked up companion gardening to make up my list too. It took me a bit to figure out how I wanted to do it all, but I am pretty happy with what I came up with.

I bought some broccoli, cauliflower, romaine lettuce and red sail lettuce to put in the garden.  I was able to plant the Cauliflower and Broccoli today, but didn't get any pictures because it started to rain.  of course because it started to rain I was unable to plant the lettuce's or the onion bulbs that I also bought.  Hopefully I will be able to get all those in tomorrow.  Then in about a week I'll transplant my spinach and kale that I started as seeds a few weeks ago.

 Building the Frame

 Frame is done!
 Weed protector.
 Chicken Wire!
 Starting to fill it with soil.
16 bags later!

 After I put up my grid!
Close up of the grid.

 My potatoes ready to be covered with dirt!
Ready to grow!

 My sweet Aislinn, watering the carrot container.
Aislinn planting carrot seeds!


My garden plan!


I'm excited for the coming weeks.  I have a list that tells me when to plant different things for my area.  April is going to be a huge planting month for me!  I can't wait!  Anyone else starting a garden, or maybe trying out a container garden?  Are you excited to get it all started?


Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Oil Pulling

I am sure a lot of you have heard about oil pulling…especially recently, it seems to be popping up everywhere in the last month or so.

I read this article (that several friends posted) http://www.fashionlush.com/wtf-is-oil-pulling-why-im-hooked/  and it sounded like something I might be interested in trying.  Then I saw a few friends say they were going to do it.  Then I saw some people in some of my Facebook groups talking about doing it.

Finally after some people started to post their results, I bit the bullet and decided to try oil pulling myself.



Let me start off by saying that I did NOT like the texture of the coconut oil in my mouth, before it liquified.  Totally eew LOL, but I was fine once it liquified.  I did however create a LOT of saliva.  I had to spit some out several times.  I only did 10 mins my first time, instead of 20, because I had already spit 3 times.  I think a small part of my huge saliva problem was my initial gage reflex, so hopefully that will be better next time and i won't produce so much as quickly.

BUT, even after only 10 minutes my teeth were visibly whiter.  I am also pretty sure that it cleaned out my sinus's because afterwards my nose started to run like crazy and I had to blow it a lot, but after about 10-15 minutes it was fine.

I will definitely be doing it again.  What about you?  Do you oil pull?  Have you thought about trying it?


Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Homemade invites!

For my daughter's upcoming Paris themed birthday party I decided to make the invitations myself.  With the help of Hobby Lobby I got some stamps, ink and some pretty cool paper.



I just cut the paper into quarters with fancy scissors and then used the stamps.  I made all of them different, so they each had a unique touch to them.


After talking to some friends, I decided to add a bit of bling to them too.  I wanted to add little bows, but none of my ribbon was small enough…plus I'm not very good at making bows!  I also didn't have any rhinestones, but I did have some raised foam glitter stickers that I was able to use.



I must say, I think they came out pretty good!  Jaidan really liked them, and that's the important thing!