I am not a huge fan of multi-level marketing schemes and products. I mean, sure I had my time with Shakeology. And there was my obsession with Matilda Jane. And I flirted with Young Living oils. Oh and I still use Nerium face cream on my eyes. My favorite earrings are from Stella and Dot. And I will love with fierce devotion my Thirty-One bags-- you should buy them here-- until I die. Also, Usborne book parties are kind of amazing. So, maybe my opening sentence is total bullshit. Except for Lularoe, which I could ever get into, and Rodan and Fields which is always too rich for my blood, I actually appear to freaking love MLM products and parties. And actually? A friend was giving another friend back a Tupperware chip and dip bowl the other day, and the bowl was so cool I wanted to host a party right there on the spot. Jeez.
So, I heart MLM products and parties, and I went to a Norwex party last night, and I wanted to throw every cleaning products in my house away and buy the entire catalogue. So, I think I might have to become a consultant. I know. Just when you though I could not BE any more stereotypically mom-like. Everybody needs a side hustle, right? Do you sell anything? Do your friends hate you for it? How do you make it work?
This is my first kid who has asked for a BOOK for his birthday (A really cool pop up dinosaur encyclopedia at the library that's not for check out. It is also out of print and a million dollars, so I got the shark one, which I hop is a good substitute. ) Can't wait to see him all curled up on the bench in his robe reading it.
A really, really, really excellent cake. (I leave out the pecans, BTW).