I recently became an independant consultant with Jamberry. I had a few reasons why, and honestly none of them had anything to do with making money. First, I have been unable to work a regular job since my son was less than a year old because I woke up one day and my whole body decided to turn against me, which made it real difficult for the typical 9 to 5., I have done everything in the past from the Army, Fire fighter, EMT, went to cosmetology school, school for engineering, phlebotomy, I wanted to try everything that interested me, but now I can't use any of it, outside of home. So doing this was a way for me to feel like I was doing something outside of the typical home stuff, and something that was for me to keep my mind off all my aches and pains. I can work when I want, I can do parties from home if I'm having some of my "bad days", and I can have home parties if I feel like getting out of the house.
Second, I have sort of fallen out of the social world, never going anywhere or doing anything other than Drs, for me or my kids, or going to the grocery store. I thought maybe I could meet some new people and gain some new friendships, have people to have "play dates" with my kids with, or just to talk to etc. (And after only 2 weeks of being a part of Jamberry I already took my daughter out on our very first Play Date with 10 other kids to play on the bounce houses at a local place while other Jamberry girls and I hung out and talked about Jamberry or whatever came up. I didn't think I could do it but I forced myself out the door and I did it,....it was so nice!! Hopefully we can do it again some time soon, if they'll have me lol.
Third, I joined to make a couple dollars to maybe put my daughter in gymnastics eventually or use to buy myself some Jams, or whatever was just an extra thing that didn't fit into my budget. Which in only 2 weeks I made enough to do several extra things I normally wouldn't do (like that play date I talked about). So there's many other reasons that would take me all night to write about, because I tend to write novels when I mean to only write a paragraph, but these are my "whys" and now I can do them #BecauseOfJamberry