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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Meet Your AVON Rep!

Meet Jule Berry-Whiting, Your AVON Rep!

AVON Rep Jule Berry-Whiting
Hello! My name is Jule Berry-Whiting and I reside in Leesburg, Virginia. I joined AVON in October 2015 and have been overwhelmed with the amount of benefits and perks available to us AVON Representatives. It is truly amazing to be a part of a company that has been going strong for over 130 years! Here is a little Q & A that will allow you to get to know me better...

Why did you choose the AVON opportunity?

AVON is a name that I have known for years. My mother was an AVON customer for many years and always wore makeup and many different types of perfume. AVON was a familiar name in my household growing up. When she became ill and stopped wearing makeup and all, I wanted to be the one who reintroduce her to the brand and get her back in the spirits of fixing herself up. Plus, joining AVON was very affordable and allowed me to spend my money investing in my business rather than having to purchase a huge kit of products that I my future customers probably weren't interested in.

What is your favorite thing about being an AVON Representative?

I love that AVON carries multiple types of products to suit any and everybody. It is also great that AVON allows you to work your business in various ways: free online eStore, offline with catalogs, flea markets, yard sale groups, etc. You don't have to hold parties in order to successful with AVON which is great because I'm not a huge fan of the party scene.

What career path did you initially want to take?

For a long time I was interested in becoming a pharmacist. I'm scared to be a doctor and have patients directly under my care. Being a pharmacist would allow me to help others in a more indirect way. More recently, I have dreams of owning my own storefront or online business.

What are your hobbies?

I have so many things I enjoy doing. Some of my hobbies include: listening to music, writing, reading, digital clothing design, and researching my family tree.

What motivates you to work hard?

Honestly, I have always had this drive to excel at everything that I do. Of course, I'm not amazing at everything I actually love to do but if I want something bad enough, I will always try my best.

What are your favorite AVON products?

I love AVON's jewelry! I am also obsessed with the Big & False Lash Mascara. I also love the bath and body products... especially those from AVON's upscale mark. brand! You can find all of these in my AVON eStore!

What is one AVON product you couldn't live without?

Big & False Lash mascara! I love that it's a fiber mascara and makes my eyelashes extra long without over-doing it.

What's your favorite holiday?

Thanksgiving! When I was growing up, it was always the biggest holiday for my family where family from all over would get together have a huge feast and laugh for hours listening to the older family members tell stories about their childhood!

Is your glass half full or half empty?

Half full for sure. I try to stay positive in every aspect of life even when it seems like my entire world is crashing down.

What was your favorite subject in school?

Science! I especially loved doing the science labs. Everyone loves a great chemical reaction, right?

What's the most unusual thing you've ever eaten?

I would have to say the most unusual thing I have ever eaten was frog legs. They actually taste like chicken. Would I eat them again? Probably not.

Are you an introvert or an extrovert?

I veer more on the side of an introvert. I could be content for long periods of time by myself. When I am around people that I trust then I can definitely be the life of the party.

What was your first job?

I actually had two jobs very close together. I guess you can say I am money motivated. I worked in a clothing department store as a sales associate and I worked at a small, local pharmacy for a little bit, too.

How many languages do you speak?

I speak English, of course. I actually took 5 years of Spanish in school. I cannot speak Spanish very well anymore but I can eavesdrop (just being honest) and read it pretty well.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

In 10 years, I see myself running a successful business with multiple salespeople on my team. Maybe even multiple locations or markets where I sell products.

What would you do if you won the lottery?

WOW! That would be truly amazing! I would get myself out of debt, open or expand my dream business, and work on providing services to help others (especially minorities) get out of debt or away from homelessness or away from poverty altogether.

In the evening, would you rather play a game, visit a relative, watch a movie, or read?

I would like to watch a movie. It's relaxing to just sit back and watch a movie after a long day.

If you would like to know anything else about me, please drop your question in the comments!

I would also love to hear from you, too!

Fall 2016 Fashion with AVON

Fall 2016 Fashion with AVON

I joined AVON back in October of 2015 and I have found that the AVON brand simply sells itself. When looking for a direct sales opportunity where I can truly further establish experience in entrepreneurship, I have found that AVON was an amazing fit for me! Could AVON be a match for you, too? Click here to learn more about the AVON opportunity!

I love that AVON is continually expanding their product line and updating their products. With my favorite holidays coming up, I look forward to all of the wonderful products AVON will be introducing to close out the year strong.

As an AVON Representative, I am so in love with the fact that AVON carries more than just fragrances and makeup. AVON carries bath & body products, jewelry, purses, clothing and more! AVON even carries seasonal items to help eliminate the stress of the holiday season.

In this post, I will focus on AVON fashion for this upcoming Fall of 2016. Runway trends for this fall include furs of bright and bold colors, animal prints, ruffles and off-the-shoulder styles, and lots of tan! I have listed the regular retail price for these items that you can find in my AVON eStore. Don't forget to sign up for my AVON newsletter to be updated on new AVON coupon codes and to visit my Coupon Code section as well for the lowest prices on your AVON favorites!


Zebra-Print Button Down Tunic -- Reg. Price $24.99
Pop of Animal Print Expandable Tote -- Reg. Price $24.99
mark. Warm and Fuzzy Anorak -- Reg. Price $75.00


Open Shoulder Tunic -- Reg. Price $19.99
mark. Fever Pitch Dress -- Reg. Price: $40.00


With AVON, you can also find affordable bottoms to pair with your favorite fall styles.

Curvy Flatter Flare Leg Jeans -- Reg. Price $29.99
mark. Gotta Vent Pants -- Reg. Price $40.00

You can find these styles and many other AVON products in my AVON eStore!

How to Blog for AVON -- Part Three

How to Blog for AVON -- Part Three

For this next section of my "How to Blog for AVON" series, I would like to share with you some ways that I increase traffic to my AVON blog for free! By increasing traffic to your AVON blog posts, you are increasing your chances of getting visitors to your AVON eStore. The more people who visit your AVON eStore, the more chances you have to increase your sales.

Once I have completed my blog posts and published them, I share my posts anywhere and everywhere I can think of!

Avon Rep Jule Berry-Whiting recommends Buffer
Schedule your social media posts with Buffer!
When I complete a Blogger post, I immediate log into Buffer and schedule a post about my new blog post. If you have not heard of Buffer, you are truly missing out. Buffer is a website with both free and paid options that allows you to schedule your posts to multiple social media accounts once. This is a huge time-saver for AVON Representatives so that you can post on your accounts during any time of the day while you are out and about working your AVON business offline! Currently, Buffer works with Facebook profiles, Facebook pages, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest and Instagram. Buffer comes highly recommended from the top AVON Representatives as a tool to help you automate your AVON business. Simply, create an account with Buffer, and sign into your social media accounts via Buffer's website. With your free Buffer account, there are limitations to how many posts you can schedule but you could definitely benefit by using Buffer as a supplement to your regular posts.

AVON Rep Jule Berry-Whiting suggests using a Facebook Biz page!
Don't forget a Facebook Business Page!
If you haven't created a Facebook business page for your AVON business, you are definitely missing an opportunity to reach new customers. These days Facebook wants you to pay for their advertising services in order to get quality views BUT when you are listed as a local business on Facebook, you DO show up in search engine results as well. Definitely check out adding a local business listing to your Facebook profile if you haven't.

When I am excited about a new post or even a new AVON product, I make a post about it through my Facebook business page and I share the post to various Facebook advertising groups. Be careful to not just share, share, share back-to-back or you may end up getting reprimanded by Facebook. Maybe share 5 times and then do something else on Facebook and then share 5 more times and so on and so forth.
AVON Rep Jule Berry-Whiting recommends Twitter!
Tweet about your blog posts with Twitter!
I will not claim to be an expert at all with Twitter but I do know that Twitter is all about the hashtags. If you are unaware of what hashtags are, they are basically keywords (or phrases) used to describe your post. For example, if I post, "I am loving Sophia Vergara's new So So Sophia perfume!" then I would add, "#newperfume #sophiavergara #newproducts #beauty #actress" or something along those lines to the end of my post. Keep in mind, Twitter limits their posts to 160 characters. You can add URLs (website links) and images to your Twitter posts but this will further limit the number of characters you can add to your posts. When you post to Twitter (and any other social network) via Buffer, Buffer automatically shortens any URLs you add to cut down on wasted character usage.

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Even professionals on LinkedIn can benefit from AVON!
I consider LinkedIn to be more of a conservative place to share information about your business. With this being said, you may want to actually spend more time crafting a more professional post when discussing AVON on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a network of professionals so it is only right to be sure those who see your AVON posts will respect them. By all means, if you have a LinkedIn account, I would definitely add a section to your profile discussing your AVON business regardless of how often you actually work the business. You truly never know who is looking for a new AVON Representative.
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Pin your posts on Pinterest, too!
I am a visual learner so I absolutely LOVE Pinterest! Pinterest is best used to share pictures of products and whatever else you love. Luckily, AVON has plenty of pictures to choose from when posting about their products. When your pin about your AVON blog via Pinterest, it is best to create a graphic that sums up your post in just a few words. There are many great, FREE smartphone apps you can use to create these informative graphics, coined infographics, in the Apple or Android appstores. The app PicsArt is a personal favorite of mine. (I will probably create a video about using Pinterest for AVON in the future.)

Additional Ways to Share Your Blog Posts

Seriously, there are many creative ways to share not only your blog posts but your websites and social media accounts as well!


If you are not into being on camera or you don't have an appropriate space to create a video, your business can still benefit from having a visual, video presence on the internet! I have two children and it's not always feasible to record a video with them running all around the house in the background. I like to always presence myself as professionally as possible when sharing my AVON business. I know people do not mind the realism of children in the background but that is simply not my style. YouTube is a well known video website and many other websites are adding the video features as well.... Facebook, Instagram, and even Twitter (I believe).

Create a YouTube channel for your AVON business and be sure to fill in as much information as possible for your Channel profile and your YouTube profile itself. You may have to use a Desktop computer to access all of the features. What I do to get myself on YouTube is create slideshows. I use PicsArt, my favorite graphics app, to create slides to share my topic. (I will drop a link below of an example slideshow I made.) I then use a slideshow app called VivaVideo to use the images I desire to create a slideshow. It takes a bit of practice to get the hang of VivaVideo because of their vast amount of features but it is well worth it. You can even add your voice into your slideshows, giving them a more personal touch. When you upload your video to YouTube, you will need to access your video again to add in a very detailed description, keyword tags, hashtags, and links to your AVON eStore, etc. If you have time, take a look at YouTube AVON videos with the most views and mimic their approach... see what type of description they use, what keywords they have added, the quality of their hashtags, and how they link to products and other websites through the description area.

Facebook has added a video feature. I have found that when you upload a video on your Facebook business page, you do not see all of the options to add a description of your video. You will need to view your video in order to access the "Add Description" (or Add Caption) area where you can add information about the video, your AVON business, eStore link, and even throw in some hashtags!

"Buy" Web Traffic

Did you know you can essentially pay people to visit your website? You can do this by literally paying for people to see your website through Facebook ads, Google AdSense, Twitter Ads... basically every search engine and social media website has a paid ad option.

Personally, paying for advertising services of this kind is not in my budget and I really am not a fan of them. Why? I tend to skip over ads myself and opt for the actual search results I find. However, I would rather barter for web traffic. Someone on Facebook referred me to a website called LinkCollider. With LinkCollider, you essentially create your account (they have a free option) and provide links to websites and social media accounts you would like to "boost" with web traffic.

I hope I have given you some more ideas on how you can increase traffic to your AVON eStore with blogging and other means. Please share any questions you have in the comments below!

View Part One: How to Blog for AVON -- The Basics

View How to Blog for AVON -- Part Two 

Friday, August 26, 2016

How to Blog for AVON -- Part Two

How to Blog for AVON -- Part Two

In my previous post, I gave you some basic information about getting started with an AVON blog. This continuation will give you more detailed information on getting the most out of your blogging experience. The posts in my "How to Blog for AVON" series will pertain to those who choose to use Blogger as their blogging platform. However, you should find that you can apply most of this information and to other blogs or other projects in the future.

A Tour of My AVON Blog

I cannot believe I did not say this in my first post, but please, take a look around my AVON blog!
  • A huge winner in my basic blog is the "Featured Post" section. As of right now, I have it set to an advertisement for my AVON Sample Club. I have actually acquired many contacts who would like to be sent free AVON samples from me. (I will admit I have not spent as much time as I intended on fulfilling the sample requests in a timely manner but the fact that people are reaching that section is a great sign!)
  • Be sure to include links to important pages at the very top of your blog. Some advanced information about your links will be a part of the next portion of this series. For now at least link to your AVON eStore, from there your customer should be able to easily navigate to the AVON website and to wherever else they want to visit.
    • Your AVON eStore
    • AVON Coupon Codes (a MUST for AVON Reps to include on their blog)
    • Hotlinks to the AVON Brochure and Product Categories
  • Complete your Blogger profile with as much or as little information as you would like to share. At the very least, include your name, your picture (use the same picture you have for your AVON eStore), and links to your AVON eStore, your blog, and your social media accounts.

Description, Labels, and Links

Once you are ready to write your blog posts, you will notice that there is a bar on the right hand side of your screen (for Desktop users) with the following options: Labels, Permalink, Search Description and more. This section is very important to helping your blog post get views from those looking for information about AVON.


As far as the Labels section, it is important to include keywords and phrases that you believe people would search for if they were looking to find your post. For example, depending on the type of skincare product you are writing about, you should include some of the following keywords: ANEW, skincare, cream, lotion, serum, Avon products, new, vitamin C, wrinkles, and/or resurfacing fluid. Avoid wasting space with words that search engines ignore including "a", "the", "an", "and", etc.


The Permalink is the "permanent link" to your blog post. Once you have published your blog post, you will not want to make changes to this section as it will reset your search engine ranking for this page. That is bad. You never want to start from the bottom all over again with your posts. Blogger automatically creates a permalink for every single one of your blog posts, but I suggest you change the permalink if it does not contain words that one would use to search for your post. For example, if you are writing your introduction post, you may want your permalink to read "about-avon-rep-jule-leesburg-va." In search, the hyphens will be assumed to be spaces so use them wisely.


Make it a habit to add a few links on your blog posts. For example, if you mention your AVON eStore within your post a few times, create a link to your AVON eStore directly on "eStore" within your post. Only do this once per major keyword. As visitors read your content, they may be inclined to visit the webpage that corresponds with the topic you are discussing. That is the point, right?

Search Description

The Search Description is basically the blurp that will be seen by someone who is shown your post link in a website search. For my AVON blog posts, I always want to include the main topic of the post, the fact that I am an AVON Rep, and my eStore URL. I have not tracked how well this has been working for me but my blog posts pop up when I do a search for myself as an AVON Rep.

Keep Your Contacts Open & Available

When you are blogging especially for the purposes of increasing your AVON business, it is important to leave information at your readers' fingertips. Make it a habit to be transparent in how your potential customers can keep in touch with you. Always include links to your social media accounts, a link to your AVON eStore, and maybe a little blurb on signing up for AVON at the bottom of your posts. By keeping information at your customers' fingertips, they will be more likely to interact with it. As time goes by, you will find that for every 100 people who view your blog posts, you will probably have around 10 people actually visit your eStore, follow you on social media, etc on average.

Using Your AVON eStore Blog

Like I mentioned in my previous post, AVON eStores are not indexed yet. Anything that you include on your AVON eStore is only viewable by those who reach your website from your www.youravon.com link. You are probably wondering why you should even bother with your AVON eStore blog but once you start using Blogger, adding content to your AVON eStore blog is a piece of cake!
I'm hoping you have actually taken the time to view what is available thru YourAvon.com as far as blogging goes. This is probably why you considered using a secondary blog in the first place. To the naked eye, the blog provided by AVON does not seem to have much functionality. Yes, in a way this is true because the average AVON Rep is not going to know how to effectively use their AVON blog.

Take a second to view my official AVON blog here.

If you have attempted to use your AVON blog before, I will be your eyes just popped out of your head! You may be saying, "HOW IN THE WORLD DID SHE GET PICTURES AND FORMATTING IN HER AVON BLOG?!" It's actually quite simple. When you have created your beautiful blog post in Blogger in the "Compose" mode, click the "HTML" tab in the top left corner. You will see your lovely post converted to HTML format for you!

To transfer this work of art to your AVON eStore blog, simply copy and paste all of that HTML into your AVON blog post. Note: You will not be able to include links on your AVON eStore blog so you will have to temporarily unlink any words you have hyperlinked before copying and pasting from your Blogger blog to your AVON eStore blog. Be sure to add an appropriate blog post title and save. If AVON eStores ever end up getting indexed properly, your eStore will have a huge advantage to those who never bothered adding any content. :)

View part one: How to Blog for AVON -- The Basics

How to Blog for AVON -- The Basics

How to Blog for AVON

AVON Rep Jule Berry-Whiting Shop my AVON eStore www.youravon.com/jule
Working AVON on-the-go
My name is Jule Berry-Whiting and I have been an AVON Rep since October 2015. I have reached milestones within just a few months with AVON that I was unable to reach with other companies. I am going to chalk this up to the fact that AVON is truly a household name having been around for 130 years. Many of the products simply sell themselves. Also, people are more willing to try new products from AVON because it's a familiar name. One thing I did early on with AVON that I cannot remember doing with other companies is starting an AVON blog. Apparently I did something right as I have had a few requests to "teach" others how to blog. I have decided to write this post to share with you all how I blog for AVON. Please do not get discouraged, simply try your best and you will get better with time.

Choose a Secondary Blog

First of all, I do not believe the AVON website is indexed at all on the internet. Why? I have no idea. Maybe it's just the way AVON Representatives' replicated websites are setup so basically a software flaw. When a site is indexed, every word associated with each page is turned into text and allowed to be searched by people online. In order to be found by potential customers online without them knowing your name ahead of time, you will want to have content on the internet that matches typical web searches. In a way this is great because the Reps who showcase the most creativity will achieve the highest ranks on search engines such as Google, Yahoo!, Bing, etc. With that being said, someone who wants to establish a customer base outside of their warm market (friends, family, and co-workers) will need to utilize other means to make their presence known outside of just simply having an AVON eStore. This can, in turn, be horrible for AVON Reps who are just starting out as a simple web search will always bring up pages of AVON Reps who have been contributing to the internet the longest and those with the most people clicking on their websites regardless of how rich the content is they are providing. (For this reason, I have limited the amount of time I spend exploring other AVON Reps' websites as continuing to visit their websites is actually pushing my content further and further down the chain. Have you noticed that there are a ton of websites offering new AVON Representatives advice? Exactly!) I have not used many blogging platforms but after my negative experience with Wordpress (my fault for not thoroughly reading the terms and conditions for free accounts), I have come to love the Blogger blogging platform.

Why I Love Blogger

AVON Rep Jule Berry-Whiting recommends Blogger
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Ok, I really have no long list of reasons why I love Blogger but it's FREE and they have not shut down my accounts (I have multiple blogs) for "promoting" website links and products. I am also a huge fan of everything Google. Blogger is a product of Google so my Google account and Blogger go hand in hand. Another reason I love Blogger is how easy it is to switch from a rich text format (easily being able to change fonts, colors, and styles of your text) to the HTML version of your posts. What does this mean? You can essentially create basic HTML formatting without knowing much at all about HTML. Why is that important? We will discuss that in a later portion of this series...

Choose A Niche

When you are first starting out blogging for AVON, I find that it is easier to focus your content based on your actual reason for creating an AVON blog. Outside of increasing your AVON sales, what is it that makes you most passionate about being an AVON Representative? Have AVON's professional skincare products helped you or someone close to you? Do you tend to go crazy when AVON releases new jewelry? Is your closet overflowing with AVON fashions? Or maybe you are really just looking to increase your AVON team? When you focus on your true passion within AVON, you may find that creating content for your AVON blog comes more naturally.

AVON Blog Topics

After narrowing down what aspect of AVON you would like to focus on, it is best to start a list of content you would like to share with the world wide web! Some basic topics include:
  • Introduction -- Who are you? Why AVON?
  • Events -- Have you attended any AVON events? Are you looking forward to any?
  • Your business -- Are you strictly online? Do you toss brochures?
  • Share something you created -- Teach other AVON Reps how to do something for their business
  • Share a product review
  • Share a fun makeup look
  • Share a testimonial
  • Create a buzz for "What's New" with AVON
  • ...get creative. There are no right or wrong topics when blogging.

Edit, Edit, Edit

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Keep in mind that utilizing correct punctuation, grammar, and spelling is always important when communicating for your business via the internet. You do not have to be a seasoned writer to have a successful blog. It is perfectly OK to keep things simple. Remember there are plenty of tools and resources around to help ensure that your blog posts are written well. To help eliminate errors in your blog posts, type your content the exact way you would speak it to potential customer and be sure to use spell check. Many spell check programs have a built-in grammar check as well and will notify you when something may be worded incorrectly. Feel free to have a friend or family member peek over your content before officially posting it online as well.

Work Smarter, Not Harder

Many times, I create a rough draft of my blog posts on paper while I am out and about. Keep a notepad or small notebook handy for when a topic pops up. Set aside an amount of time to work on building your business online and stick to it. The topic of time management would be a great blog post in itself but just simply delegating 30 mins-1 hour of time every few days or every week to building your online presence will make a world of difference.

Visual Appeal

Be sure to include something visual in all of your blog posts. These days it seems the text on a site allows search engines to reach your page, while the visual will determine whether people will further explore your content. I suggest using images that you have captured yourself or including a video of yourself talking about the content of your blog post. A great example of this is shown in one of my previous blog posts here.

I feel I have overwhelmed you all with this much. I will give you this time to get your blog set up and to schedule the time you will work on your blog. I will make this a blog series where you can move to more advanced steps of the blogging process that will further increase your online presence, bring your blog up in search engine ranks, and increase traffic. Believe it or not, there is a lot you can do totally free to help your blog!

If you have any questions so far, please drop them in the comments. I love to help others so I look forward to helping out.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

I Bought New Shoes But I've No Where To Go!

I Bought New Shoes But I've No Where To Go!

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As a busy, working mom, the days for partying and hanging out can be quite scarce. Once you have tackled your entire day's worth of duties and responsibilities (cooking, cleaning, quality time, etc), there isn't much time or energy left to really get out and enjoy some "Mommy free time." About 2 weeks ago, I realized "I bought new shoes but I've no where to go!"
 I cannot be the only exhausted mommy out there who has this problem so I figured I would write this so we can come together and find a way to end this epidemic. For one, many of us mothers are great at filling out time with taking care of our families but when it comes to fitting in a slot for ourselves, we fail. Why is that? Is it motherly instinct? Or is it that we feel guilty for taking time away from our families? Or, perhaps, a combination of it all? For me, it's definitely a combination of endless thoughts that cloud my mind...
I thrive on knowing where everything is, what needs to be done, what has been done, etcetera or my brain is a complete mess! Unfortunately, this means I tend to take on a lot of extra tasks that I should be sharing with my family. My household consists of myself, my husband, my daughter who is 5, and my son who is 3. The tasks my children can help with are still limited at this point due to their ages but I may have to enlist them for more things to help decrease mommy's stress.For example, when I let my husband take on laundry duty, he just doesn't wash my clothes that way I wash them. I have clothing that I want to hang dry so it won't shrink and clothing with colors that can fade if dried on too high of heat. Then, there's my favorite pair of jeans that is on the cusp of no longer fitting that absolutely cannot be dried too long or they will shrink. I may have put on a few pounds (try 60!) by indulging in a little comfort food rather than partaking in social activities. I refuse to face the fact that I may have surpassed the pants size I have worn for many years. This is just one battle. LOL.
When it comes to allowing my husband to be responsible for dinner, he convinces me to consume the unhealthiest of meals that bring on a major onset of "itis" (a fictional condition where someone has to fall asleep after eating a meal). So after indulging in the amazing Hunan Shrimp that I have grown to love, I pass out soon after... putting me behind on the remaining tasks of the evening. Many times, neglecting to turn on my alarm to allow me to get a headstart on the next day.
Wasn't my daughter just in cheerleading a few weeks ago? No, unfortunately, that was a year ago and the time has rolled around to re-enroll her in her newfound pastime. Wait, that means school is out in just TWO days! OMG, I haven't incorporated her being home all day into my daily activities. I am now ready to pull my hair out. So I look to my closet to see a brand new pair of shoes, still in the wrapping, that I have yet to even try on. I bought new shoes but I've no where to go...yet.

Here are some tips to help increase the productivity of your household:

  • Indulge in more cold meals -- sandwiches, subs, salads, raw fruits and veggies are more nutritious, quicker to prepare, and the kids love them!
  • Utilize paper goods to eliminate dishes piling up -- you are not entertaining guests everyday so who cares what you are eating off of! This is especially helpful for messy, cheesy dinners.
  • Invest in a large calendar where you log work schedules, family activities, chores, etc so it is clear to the entire household.
  • Set a schedule and stick to it! Be sure you are not devoting too much time to unnecessary tasks versus those that require more energy.
  • Break up your household cleaning so you are not overwhelmed if dust bunnies have collected on everything! On Monday focus on the kitchen, save Tuesday for bedrooms, Wednesday for living areas, Thursday for foyer, Fridays for outdoors, etc.
Once I re-establish a schedule for my household, I will find that there really is time for me to enjoy those shoes!

If you have any tips to help increase productivity in the average household, please drop them in the comments below.

You, too, can check out some great shoes and other items at a great bargain in my AVON eStore: www.youravon.com/jule

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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Absolute Satin Glow Products from AVON

Absolute Satin Glow Products from AVON

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Reach your ideal shade this summer!
Are you looking to get a headstart on your summer tan? I know I am. I usually don't acquire a nice glow until well into July. My legs tend to stay super light while my arms reach a nice chestnut complexion throughout the summer. If you are looking to get a headstart on your tan like myself, AVON carries multiple tanning products from the Skin So Soft lineup that will help you reach your ideal shade while providing additional benefits for your skin!

Satin Glow Absolute Glow Gel

Darkens & firms skin
Satin Glow Absolute Glow Gel "provides a sun-kissed glow in 3 days" and also "firms skin after 1 week of use." That's truly a win-win for those looking to get swimsuit ready. Be sure to wash excess gel from your hands immediately after use. This item will be on sale in Campaign 12 but is available now at the retail price of $10.00.

Satin Glow Sensational 7-in-1 Glow Body Lotion

Even sunless tan with 7 benefits!
Satin Glow Sensational 7-in-1 Glow Body Lotion is available in two versions to compliment your skin tone. You are sure to be pleased with the aroma of orange, green tea and vanilla that has been infused within. This "sunsational" body lotion provides the following great benefits after just a few days of use:
  • Enhances radiance
  • Firms skin
  • Delivers a sun-kissed glow
  • Flawless-looking skin
  • Evens skintone
  • Softens and smooths skin
  • Provides moisture for 24 hours
This product is great if you have skin imperfections that you would like to mask by evening your skin tone during the summer months. Personally, I have many scars and such that I would like to hide this summer as they get extremely dark when exposed to the sun. Be sure you wash any excess product from your hands when you are done with application. This item will also be on sale in Campaign 12 but is available now for $11.00 (Retail).

Satin Glow Illuminating Moisturizer

A touch of glow and a hint of color!
Satin Glow Illuminating Moisturizer is great for all skin tones! This skin treatment contains "sheer optical illuminators and a hint of color" to allow your skin to glow and immediately hide skin imperfections. Be sure to allow this product to dry before getting dressed and wash your hands after use as well. This product will also be on sale in Campaign 12 but is available now for just $10.00.