..but been afraid to ask.
Let’s talk a little about the MOMCEO ad button in the right hand side bar. The one that looks like this:
Some of you have clicked it and some of you have been curious but afraid to click.
I want you to know that I personally just signed up with Sandi, the Mom behind MOMCEO. I took a few years to think about it, but it just makes sense for me right now.
It all started with a box in the mail that Sandi sent me awhile back as a thank you for allowing her to be an advertiser on my blog. I was making my own cleaning products at the time, but gave hers a try and they worked. In fact, they worked better than my homemade ones.
Here’s Sandi and her children.
One of my best friends in my hometown also used the products and shared a few more with me. Everything I tried was impressive. For example, I’m a lazy cook. I’ll put a pot of noodles boiling in milk and water on the stove and walk away. It usually boils over and burns on the stove top and the bottom of the pan. Cleaning that up was really hard until I tried one of these products.
This summer I had a chance to try a product I had never used before. I was teaching the children’s choir at reunion “camp meeting” and it was the night for all the children to bring their special music. My daughter, Heather, dressed up in her brand new pure white dress, which matched her friend, Colette. They went into dinner together for the early shift with the other choir members. Our campground has an ice-cream machine with 3 different flavors. That night Heather chose a chocolate cone and enjoyed it outside. By the time I caught up with her most of the chocolate ice-cream had dripped all over the front of her white dress while she was blissfully unaware.
There were tears when she realized what had happened. It was her only dress. She was embarrassed to show up to sing in front of hundreds of people dressed inappropriately. I helped her back to the room to find her dressiest pair of shorts and t-shirt, reassured her that she was more important than any dress, promised to seat her towards the back and we headed out to our final rehearsal.
That night a little girl knocked on our door. She had a bottle in her hand with a note attached. I thanked her and read the note: “I heard what happened and thought you could use this.” It was a bottle of gel stain remover that happened to be from the same company that Sandi represents. I rubbed it into the stains. Mind you this was HOURS after the accident and with our responsibilities and time constraints we hadn’t even soaked the dress in water yet. We had just counted it as a total loss. The next afternoon I decided to run a load of laundry and threw the dress in with the rest. I hadn’t done anything besides the pretreatment the night before.
When it was time to switch everything to the dryer I checked the dress carefully so I wouldn’t set in the remaining stains. To my shock and delight the dress was SPOTLESS! I was blown away. As a result, I’ve signed up so I can keep this product on hand at all times along with all of the other products that I’ve learned to love.
The best part is that most of the cleaners come in concentrate bottles and have spray bottles with the appropriate mixing lines on them so the cost of the products is less than what you would pay for a similar but inferior product from Wal-mart. The product line isn’t limited to cleaners though, they have health items, food items, cosmetics too.
Of course, there is a personal business side to this as well. If people you come into contact with fall in love with the products or business opportunity there’s money in it for you. Several of the readers here have already contributed to their family income by taking advantage of this opportunity. Of course, it’s not for everyone. If you are curious, Sandi is the perfect person to talk to, to find out if it’s right for you.