How This Thing Called Arbonne Has Changed My Life

If you follow me on Twitter or Facebook, you know that I’ve been talking a lot lately about an amazing life change that I made recently. And if you don’t follow me…well, hopefully I’ve intrigued you at least a little bit to hear more. But before I tell you the what, let me tell you the why.

A couple of months before RJ was born, I lost myself. Throughout my pregnancy I put up with a lot of crap that I probably shouldn’t have had to deal with – and eventually, I just shut down. I couldn’t focus on work, life, our family, our house. I had no motivation to do much of anything. After RJ was born, things got a little better – but they weren’t great. When it came to taking care of my little guy, I was an ace. I can honestly say that I was one hundred percent devoted to my baby. When it came to blogging and writing, I was halfway motivated. I got some things done, but just didn’t have my usual drive to get everything done.

I started to get some of myself back at the beginning of December. But I wasn’t complete. I felt like a seventy-five percent version of my old self – and I had no idea what I needed to do to get back to full throttle.

Now, before RJ was born, my friend Maddie had reached out to me about getting together for coffee to talk about this thing called Arbonne. I had heard of the company before, knew it was a skincare line that had something to do with home parties and told myself that I was NOT interested in the least. I had seen her social media posts about how much she loved her job, knew that what she was doing looked like fun but I just didn’t give Arbonne enough of a chance in my own mind to think that it could be a real opportunity for me.

And then one day I got a Facebook invite from her to come to her Mercedes presentation. The girl had earned herself a MERCEDES in less than a year of working with this company. Suddenly, something clicked and I knew that I needed to at least give this the time of day to hear about it. So I emailed her. And met up with her for coffee literally the next day.

I’m going to be honest with you guys: walking into that meeting, I still wasn’t a total believer. I had tried the products before and knew they were great. But I still had my doubts. I almost canceled our coffee date that day – LUCKILY {and I really need to thank divine intervention for this} for some crazy reason I didn’t. And as a result, my life has been changed.

Listening to this girl talk about the company was impressive. The benefits, the perks, the way my success line’s business model works – it’s all pretty incredible. But what really got me was her story. And her sister’s story. And her best friend’s story. And – stop me. I could keep going, seriously. The reality of this opportunity was that these were all tangible people that had achieved major success by simply doing. And if they could do it, couldn’t I?

So here I am, on my own Arbonne journey. Excited for the changes this is bringing to my life – because for the first time in a really long time, I feel whole. Excited to be able to help other women that were maybe in the same position that I was in – lost, and looking for something to give them themself back. Or someone who wants to be a stay at home mom, but needs to make money to make ends meet. Or someone who just lost their job, and really NEEDS this opportunity to survive. Whatever your reason, I’m telling you: this opportunity has changed my life. And I am SO excited to spread the Arbonne love, I can’t even express it.

If you want to hear more about the business, the stories or the products, email me.

If you don’t believe, stay tuned. I’ll keep you posted on my own journey.

If you’re one of the women who came before me in my success line, THANK YOU. From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU for saying yes to this opportunity. Because if you hadn’t taken this giant leap of faith, I would still be sitting around waiting.

Love,
Cort

xoxo

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