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Q & A Thursday for Demonstrators

By Wendy / April 25, 2019 / 3 Comments

  Hello my friends! Today I am sharing answers to questions that you’ve been asking. I hope that you find it helpful. Every week I look forward to Thursday and sharing with you some business tips & budgeting info. If you need to get your finances organized for your business you can check out my […]

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Biggest Paycheck Yet

By Wendy / April 11, 2019 / 3 Comments

I am praying that today’s post and video do not come across like a bragging session. It’s totally not. Y’all I am SOOOO dang excited about this paycheck because of how much good it did. I was able to give extra to my church, give to Alzheimers foundation (thank you Debie), give Sister a little […]

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Did I Lose Money on My Retreat To Go?

By Wendy / April 4, 2019 / 2 Comments

Today I am going to take you through figuring out all my income and expenses for my Retreat To Go. We are going to find out if I have earned or lost money. This was my very first Retreat To Go and I tried really hard to budget on point and spend only what I […]

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Stampin’ UP! Income Explained & Dirty Direct Selling

By Wendy / March 28, 2019 / 1 Comment

Have you ever felt like you needed a shower after dealing a direct sales person? UGH.  It’s the worst. Today I want to share a few tips on how NOT to be that greasy slimy person: + First of all, don’t arbitrarily add people to a Facebook group with out their permission, RUDE. + Please […]

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3 Must Have Tools for Online Demonstrators

By Wendy / March 21, 2019 / 2 Comments

While there are well more than 3 tools that I use for blogging, these 3 are the most essential in my opinion. If I didn’t have them, I would be lost and I wouldn’t get nearly as much traffic to my blog. First up, PicMonkey! PicMonkey is online editing software that is really inexpensive and […]

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My Debt Horror Story (Demonstrator Thursday)

By Wendy / March 14, 2019 / 2 Comments

  When I was a kid I was well cared for.  There is no questioning that. However, we lived on very meager means.  Often having to live with my grandparents or aunt to make it through. Teaching about debt really wasn’t a priority. In my young adult years I got into a lot of credit […]

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