By shopping local with small business owners, you can find the perfect gifts for that special someone and help support your community.
This time of year, stores are looking for extra help; but do you really want to be on your feet all day? Another option is direct sales.
While the sisters lead very different lives they found that working their direct sales business could fit both of their lifestyles.
In March of 2016, Trisha Clark decided to give her own H2O at Home business a try, hoping to raise some money for a fun girls’ trip.
Young Living has more than just oils. Shelby uses their Healthy Cooking products when baking with her children.
Most everyone who is familiar with direct sales knows that if you want to save money on your products, hosting a party is the way to go.
There are few families that don’t have a tote bag in their house. Many are the sturdy, multifunctional totes by Thirty-One Gifts.
So, what’s the big deal about direct sales? You see the consultants at the State Fair selling their products and their posts on Facebook.
Why do you want to have a party? Make sure they’re happy with the products. It’s all about the little things when you throw a product party.
Katie started her LuLaRoe business in December of 2016. She wanted the flexibility to volunteer at school while doing something with fashion.