Friday, April 29, 2016

10 Reasons I Chose LuLaRoe

Hi readers!  I've never done the MLM thing before but LuLaRoe drew me in with their amazing butter soft leggings.  I started doing my research, which ended up being a lot of blogs.  If you are in the same boat, you probably came across this post.  Therefore I made a list of the top 10 reasons why I chose to sign up to be a LuLaroe consultant.

10.  You buy the inventory and then sell it.  No catalog ordering or waiting for your items to arrive.

9.  A limited number of each print is made which results in many consultants having different inventory, which basically cuts down on the competition.

8. Many consultants do the majority of sales on Facebook and therefore don't have to beg people to host parties or physically move their inventory from party to party.

7. Because of the sizable start-up cost, there are less consultants and therefore more sales opportunities.

6. No pressure or sales pitch at in-home pop-up parties.  You bring the clothes and people buy or they don't.

5. The sense of community.  Every consultant I've come in contact with is so helpful and supportive.  We've traded items and helped each other out when inventory was low.  Another amazing local consultant invited me over to see how she does photos and online parties.

4. The introduction of mom/daughter matching items.  I have a daughter so I'm really excited about this.  I've also found matches by trading with other local consultants.

3.  Online invoicing and direct deposit.  Online invoicing makes it easy for customers to pay and then the company collects the tax and makes a deposit into my account.  Easy peasy.

2. Good profit margins.  I'm happy to share this info with you if you go to my page and send me a PM.

1.  I love the clothes!  If I didn't absolutely love LuLaRoe clothing, I wouldn't be doing this.

Best wishes to all of you on your LuLaRoe adventure!  If you need anything or have any questions, I'm happy to help :)

DIY Menu Board

Hi readers!  I decided to make my own menu board for leftover beadboard from the kitchen island.  I bought some chalkboard paint from Joann's and a .99 cents frame from Goodwill.  I love how it turned out!  This board really helps me stay on track for the week and keeps my husband from constantly asking, "What's for dinner"?