Oh boy, where to start! It’s been months since I last wrote and I’m itching to get back into it. There were a lot of things happening in my life this past fall that didn’t really put me in the best state of mind and I didn’t think it was appropriate to be preaching all rainbows and butterflies when I wasn’t living it myself, ya know?
That being said . . . I’m back! It’s been an exciting couple of months and a great start to 2020. I have many personal goals for this year that I am currently working towards and super excited to achieve. First things first, I finally went for something that I knew my gut was calling me towards but I ignored it for so long – I am a new Arbonne Independent Consultant! I have a couple of friends that have used Arbonne for a while now and after the initial stigma against it (because everyone has probably gotten a DM at some point), I did my own research and found myself really drawn to it. I talked to some of the girls I know – one newer consultant and one established – and I became even more drawn to it. I decided to sleep on it, and after a couple of weeks “sleeping on it” I knew that I had to just go for it or else I would NEVER stop thinking about it.
With soooo many products I was dying to get my hands on, I decided that the 30 Days to Healthy Living program was probably the best way to go about it – you get the best bang for your buck! I got the protein powder (vanilla, obvi), fiber boost powder, digestion plus, fizz sticks (citrus & pomegranate), 7-day body cleanse, and detox tea. Also free shipping + a free gift. For my gift I chose some face pads that are normally priced at $98. . . talk about a STEAL my friends. For FREE?! Plus free samples of the shampoo, condition and daily leave-in treatment.
Essentially what this program is designed to do is to clean our bodies of all the gunk that we put into it. The things that make us bloated, sluggish and full of brain-fog: wheat, gluten, dairy, and soy among some of these things. Also, no coffee or caffeinated tea for those addicts out there – the goal is to create natural, healthy energy by fueling our bodies with the proper foods! The link to the 30DHL guide for more info and to answer any questions is here:
I am the kind of consumer who likes to hear the opinions of people that I trust while deciding whether or not I should buy something, and I thought it would be helpful to provide real insight into what doing the 30 Days to Healthy Living program looks like! In my next post, I’ll detail each of the products – what they are, their benefits, how I used them, did I like them, did I see results, etc. I’ll also provide an example of a full-day of eating! Until then. . .