Hi folks! Today’s post is serving the purpose of FULL DISCLOSURE to my readers.
I am now an Independent Sales Advisor for lia sophia jewelry.
There, I said it. I was kind of nervous. Like “OMG, do you think he likes me?” kind of nervous. Remember that high school feeling? That little niggling tickle in the deepest part of your stomach assaulting your nerves as you sit with your girlfriends at lunch and pretend not to notice the hunk-a-burnin’-love dripping sexual energy from two tables over. A very Danny/Sandy kind of scenario.
But, yes, I was all nervy about announcing my new venture because some people take issue with bloggers attempting to make a little cash. And then talking about it. How ironic, no? Bloggers talking about something going on in their life? What a thought.
I’ve been a stay-at-home mom for a little over 5 years now, and while I absolutely love the fact that I get to watch Days of Our Lives in real time, I have been itching for some grown-up interaction. In December I was invited to attend a lia sophia party and peruse some fabulous jewelry. To know me is to know that I have some major love for three things: makeup, jewelry and handbags. It is no surprise that those three categories have no size restrictions or require elastic waistbands. Simply put, they always fit despite even the most bloated of stomachs. A frizz-free hair style, some bright fuschia lipstick and a fabulous long necklace equals a pretty fantastic day in my book.
So when presented the opportunity to consort with adults, build my jewelry wardrobe and potentially make a little dough, I jumped at the chance. I will be creating a tab on the blog for my business and plan on posting monthly specials, giveaways and reviews of certain pieces there. I will also provide a link to my website where orders can be placed and shipped directly to you.
Because I choose accessories way better than I edit WordPress, all of the above may take me a little bit of time. But in the meantime, if you are so inclined, you may visit my business at www.liasophia.com/mindyhenricksand start shopping.
My plan is to keep my business information to the specific tab and not barrage you with too much jewelry information. The Suburban Lifeis now and forever will be an outlet for my thoughts, not a sales page. But in the interest of full disclosure, I wanted to let you all know what I was up to. I’m very excited to get started and see where this business will take me.
Please let me know if you have any questions or comments. During my research of lia sophia I have been shocked to learn that the business of direct sales illicits some strong emotions in people. This jewelry company may be new to some of you and others may already have some thoughts. While I understand that everyone has their own opinions, expectations and experiences, I would appreciate only constructive comments. In other words, don’t be mean, yo.