Shine Bright Like a Diamond

Hey y’all! So I know I haven’t posted in a long time, these twinkies take up SO much time. But today I’m going to post about wanting to help people get to Ruby and earn $500. I still want that but I have bigger plans. 
     I want more for YOU. I want to help YOU get to Diamond. Why Diamond? Because Diamond is where the magic starts to happen. Diamond is where YOU are making an average of $1900 a month (not including bonuses). Diamond is where YOU are paying off debt, saving for college, getting a new car or house, staying home with your kids or simply just breathing a little easier because you have extra income. Diamond takes hard work but it’s worth it. 

     I’m looking for TWO people who want to give this a shot. What can it hurt? This business is completely risk free! You join for $99 and get 4 wraps that are worth $99! You sell those 4 wraps for $25/skinny wrap and you’ve made your money back just like that. There are no fees or contracts, you can try it just to see if this would be a good fit for you!  
You are probably wondering what in the world is a Ruby and a Diamond and WHAT is a skinny wrap? Ask me and I’ll tell you! One thing I will tell you right now is that joining this business is changing our lives for the better.. We are already putting money into the twinkies college savings accounts!  

Please, ask me about ItWorks.
If you want to ask questions privately just email me! Vanna_rheanon@yahoo. Com
I promise I’ve been reading and keeping up with everyone’s posts, I’ve been commenting in my head and forgetting to actually type it out! Lol. Y’all are all in my prayers daily!



3 thoughts on “Shine Bright Like a Diamond

  1. I have to say I’m pretty disappointed to red this post. Postpartum is hard enough for most women, then there are products like this with people targeting moms through hashtags and personal posts to make them feel bad about their postpartum bodies. I love your blog and your babes but I do have to say shame on you for being part of such a terrible company.

    • I’m really sorry you feel that way about this post. Reading it back I can’t find any mention of me trying to sell any products for postpartum bodies, actually no particular product at all. I am trying to share an opportunity to an audience filled with new moms like myself or maybe a mom to be trying to find a way to pay for infertility treatments. It seems that maybe someone else that is an ItWorks! distributor has made you feel this way and I really hate that, no one should be shamed for their body, ever. That’s definitely on a personal level because I haven’t come across one single negative aspect of the company that targets anyone other than customers who want to use their products to feel better about themselves. But I also am sad to read that you commented to try and shame me. You could’ve read and gone about your business without commenting trying to make me feel bad for sharing on my blog. So no, not shame on me. I suppose I can count you out as a possible distributor. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • I do apologize, my response was probably made in haste, you aren’t targeting women directly and I do see that. I have honestly never wrote a negative comment on WordPress ever. I often close a blog post of things I don’t agree with and go on silently but I do feel strongly about this. Most people that are reps for this company are boldly targeting women and their postpartum bodies implying the they should be self conscious and upset with their bodies after birth. They are trolling Instagram and Facebook, finding hashtag about “newborns” and “babies” and bombarding new moms with messages about how they can make their bodies “better”. I just don’t agree with that selling tactic, I could give you a list as long as your arm with women that have been targeted by reps from this company. I understand that they are individuals trying to sell their product to make some money but as a women, I don’t agree with supporting a brand that preys on women in their most vulnerable state. Just in case there are people interested in joining, they should know how “it works” and decide if they want to be part of that negative brand image.

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