For several years now, I’ve considered and debated joining a direct/in-home sales company for a second job. Or, in the case of the past year, a first job. I’ve looked into scrapbooking products, food products, purses and more. But I always found at least one reason to put off making a final decision.
I have become an independent consultant for Blessings Unlimited. Blessings Unlimited is the direct sales branch of DaySpring (the Christian division of Hallmark), and its mission is to pursue the heart of God and bring blessings to others. The fairly new company (founded in 2006) offers exclusive home decor items and gifts created to encourage hearts, build relationships, and bring beauty to the place where you live.
Here are a few things you should know about Blessings Unlimited.
- If you live in the Kansas City area, I’d love to help you host a Blessings Unlimited Gathering (party). (Woohoo! And also – free stuff for hostesses!)
- If you live anywhere else, you can find a consultant near you with the online Consultant Locator. (So convenient!)
- Or you could hold an online party with me. (Fun! And easy!)
- If you just want to shop online, you can do that with my online store. (Perfect for holiday shopping!)
One more thing about Blessings Unlimited (and by far my favorite at the moment): They are sponsoring me to attend the Relevant Conference later this month! After hearing such amazing feedback last year on this new blogging conference, I really wanted to go this year. And Blessings Unlimited is making that possible.
I know, this whole post is a Blessings Unlimited love fest on my part. But the praise is well-deserved. I’m really excited to be working with such a great company – and I know you’ll love their home decor, stationery, jewelry and gifts. So go check it out!
Where do you shop for Christian decor and gifts? Have you ever shopped with Blessings Unlimited? (Would you like to host a party?)
That sounds wonderful! I like Blessings Unlimited so I’ll have to check out your page.
Hope you have fun at Relevant. I can’t wait to hear about it! I think it sounds like a cool conference, but I found out about after it had already sold out. Perhaps in 2012….