Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Now is the Time to Become a Lilla Rose Consultant

It is no secret around here that I love my Lilla Rose flexi clips, and I'm guessing that if you have one, you love yours too! Nearly everyone I know who has ever tried a flexi clip falls in love with their beauty, their durability, and their ease of use.

Maybe you have and love your flexi clips, but have you ever considered becoming a consultant? Whether you're looking for a part-time (or full time!) income or just want to take advantage of the discounts offered to consultants, now is the perfect time to enroll as a new Lilla Rose consultant.

Through the end of July, Lilla Rose is offering a first time ever free shipping discount on any new consultant enrollments! That's right, order your enrollment kit and your shipping will be completely free!

The chart below shows the shipping rates for each of the different enrollment packages. Just look at how much you could save with this free shipping offer!

Did you know that there are no fees for being a Lilla Rose consultant? Once you purchase your enrollment kit, you won't have any monthly fees or yearly selling requirements, and you will never be pressured to sell. The only requirement for remaining a consultant is that you (or your customers) purchase at least $29 worth of products throughout the year. That's it!

You can put as little or as much time and effort into this business opportunity as you want. If you just want to become a consultant to sell to friends and family and take advantage of the 30% consultant discount, that's perfectly fine. Or you can go all out and turn this into a full-time job if you want to!

Just choose the enrollment kit that is right for you, your budget, and your goals, and get started!

If you have any questions, feel free to send me an e-mail, or leave a comment below, and I'd be happy to help you in any way that I can! I'm excited to welcome you into the Lilla Rose family!

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Alaskan Brown Bears Webcam

Did you know that each year over 100 Brown Bears come to the Brooks River in Katmai National Park, Alaska for the biggest Sockeye Salmon run in the world?
Until just a few days ago, I had no idea, but then I found the webcams on Explore.org and have been enjoying the fascinating live video feeds since then! Come on over and check them out for yourself!
Fishing at Brooks Falls
I've learned a lot about the bears not only from watching the webcams but also from the comments and discussions underneath the video and from reading the info on each different webcam and reading the profiles of some of the known bears.
Sunrise over Lower River
A Mama Bear and Her Triplets

I saw this mama bear and her cubs last night. She was one nervous mama and those of us watching soon saw why when a huge male bear headed across the water right towards them. The Ranger who was watching there told us that she took off  running down the road toward Ten Thousand Smokes! The male bear headed her way is named Lurch and has quite the reputation for being aggressive and mean. I'm glad she and her babies got away!