In Which I Stood on Top of a Mountain In Utah

From Sept 10-Sept 13, I had the privilege of hanging out with fellow executive consultants and Jamberry Home Office Staff in Utah.

The experience was INCREDIBLE and changed my focus from sharing the opportunity to make money to sharing the character of the company.

Utah was Fantastic ^_^
Utah was Fantastic ^_^

Because of Jamberry, I have the amazing privilege of helping women beautify their lives, whether that be through helping them express their own style or build a business.

I’ve been with Jamberry since June 2014. since then, my downline has grown to include over 260 amazing women who are realizing dreams through gorgeous nail art.

This picture Was taken last week, at the top of a mountain in Utah at the Jamberry executive retreat.
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In Which Nail Art is About More than Manicures

In the year since the physicist and I parted ways, I attempted online dating again, but didn’t really have the heart for it. In stepped Jamberry.

On June 6, 2014, having forsaken the realm of online dating and eager to afford my new-found obsession with durable nail art [what? It lasts more than a week even though I work(ed) full time on a loading dock???? Crazy, right??!?!?!!], I decided to join Jamberry as a consultant, throw a Facebook party, and see how far I could go.

9 months of fabulous jammicures, facebook parties, and team building later, I am overwhelmed by the blessing that one single step has been.

In February, I promoted to Executive consultant and quit my job on the shipping dock to pursue Jam-opportunity in the Wisconsin Dells while working as a receptionist at the top-rated motel on Trip Advisor.

I enjoy having beautiful nails, but Jamberry is about so much more than a mere manicures.

*It is so much more than a mani when over 120 precious souls are part of an amazing encouraging team of vibrant woman.

*It is so much more than a mani when it is my privilege to daily observe their growth in confidence and belief in their own capabilities.

*It is so much more than a mani when bonus day evokes tears of humble praise and stories about impossibilities being overcome.

*It is so much more than a mani when it has allowed me to give my two weeks notice because this month’s [February’s] bonus is three times more than I made in a month at my full time job.

*It is so much more than a mani when Facebook has turned from a war of words and/or jealousy cultivation into a sisterhood of support. (And yes–I love being able to say that I get PAID to spend time on Facebook ^_^)
butterfly effect
It is more than a mani – it’s an opportunity. A leap I never would have imagined even a year ago! (A year ago, I would have been horrified at the idea of investing myself into direct sales.)

I’m #sothankful that Jamberry has been so much more than pretty nails. Don’t get me wrong–I love pretty nails. But even more so, I love all the benefit that came from them.

All praise to Him who opens unexpected doors and plans paths so insanely unpredictable that all you can do is continue stepping forth into the unknown with faith in a Father whose crazy grace turns manis into so much more!more

In Which I Spend All Day in My Jammies: Jamberry Review Day 2

Today, I did what few twenty-somethings admit to publicly when they are trying to present themselves as individuals who have become successful at adulting. I spent the entire in my Jammies.

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In Which I Review Jamberry: Day One

I should begin by saying that I work on a shipping dock.
I handle shipments of boxes and pallets and mail, and sometimes I even drive a fork lift. It’s rough work that can be gruesome on a girl’s hands-—especially in winter.

Rarely do I paint my nails. It’s time consuming, messy (I never did master how to apply nail polish well), and pointless—-because, on the rare occasion that I can get it to look nice for more than thirty minutes, the polish lasts one, maybe two days max before it starts chipping and looking awful.

I ABSOLUTELY LOVE pedicures, but alas, they are too pricey for me to afford more than two or three times a year.

Enter Jamberry.

Jamberry produces non-toxic vinyl nail wraps that give nails a flawless finish, last without chipping or fading for a general minimum of two weeks, and come in all manner of designs and colors.

Being the girly girl at heart that I am, once I heard of Jamberry, I had to try them.

I decided to put Jamberry to the test by seeing how well the wraps survived my job on the shipping dock in comparison to OPI nail polish and a similar nail wrap product of questionable quality…

Jamberry vs. Edge

These are the results:

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