One of the reasons I started blogging was to share. Share my experiences, share my quest for knowledge and to help others. One day, I intend to make Estle Schipp Farm my full time work. In my future, is a farm school where I teach others skills I've learned over the years.
One necessary part of making this dream come to fruition is to create multiple streams of income so that we are not overly dependent on any one source. We also have a couple of boys nearing college age and I intend for them to attend debt free. I accidentally found another stream of income right at my fingertips - literally not figuratively.
As a birthday gift, I was treated to a Jamberry manicure and realized how much I missed having beautiful nails. Many ladies who do lots of chores know the disappointment of freshly polished nails being ruined much too quickly. I gave up on having pretty nails and just put it behind me.
Imagine my surprise when I applied a floral wrap called China Rose. I couldn't stop looking at my nails...and then they lasted. They lasted through work in the chicken coop, house cleaning, heavy gardening, window washing and general housework. I could hardly believe that I got two weeks wear out of that first manicure. The real story is that it gave me a sense of feeling lovely again. That feeling has carried me forward to exercising more, working on my art projects more, spending a little more time on my appearance and generally feeling more confident. It may sound way too simple but it all started with a genuine smile that lifts my spirits every time I look at my hands. All #becauseofjamberry
Hands are for so much more than sporting pretty nails. Our hands are caring for others...feeding others, loving others, clothing others, calming others, helping others and communicating with others. I decided I wanted to help others find a reason to care for the hands that unfailingly care across the whole of a day and a whole lifetime.
Yes, I became a Jamberry consultant. I became a consultant to share this feeling with others - to make a bright spot in the day for women who need a lift. I'm not selling nail wraps - I'm sharing moments of feeling beautiful. I'm sharing the permission to spend 15 minutes every two weeks on yourself as a touch-point throughout the day to remember that you are important.
I'm putting together a team to share this opportunity. I hope you will consider joining me. You can share some stylish nails, some moments of real caring for others and receive a discount on your own purchases too. I'm calling the team Helping Hands and would love to share more about it. Please join me!
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