Author: Mrs. Bottlesoup

LuLaRoe or LuLaNo: Calculation Flaw, But Still LuLaNo

I’ve received thousands of comments from many, many readers about my original piece: LuLaRoe or LuLaNo: Will Your Investment Pay Off? Quite a few commenters pointed out that the math I used in my article was not accurate. I read their comments, I evaluated my post, and I’m providing an updated article in response. I’ll cut to […]

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LuLaRoe or LuLaNo: Will Your Investment Pay Off?

Update. If you’re reading this article, you’re either an avid BOTTLESOUP reader or you’re curious about becoming a LuLaRoe Fashion Consultant. Either way, you’ll enjoy this in-depth look at the LuLaRoe business model. By the end of this post, you’ll have a clear understanding of the company. Allow me to preface this by saying I am […]

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Jamberry Facebook Parties: Why No One Sees Your Posts

Jamberry Facebook parties: an easy path to work from home success or an exercise in stupidity? You decide. If you’re new to BOTTLESOUP, welcome! This is our 5th piece on Jamberry and the 3rd installment of our Tuesday Jam Series. Whether you love or loathe Jamberry, you’ll find these article informative, interesting and entertaining. Thanks […]

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Hidden Costs of Becoming a Jamberry Consultant

If you’re wondering if becoming a direct sales consultant for Jamberry sounds too good to be true, you’ve come to the right place. Here, with the help of been-there-done-that Jamberry consultants, we are delivering the exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at what becoming a Jamberry Consultant truly costs.   In this installment of the Jam Series, we’ll […]

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6 Things to Know Before Becoming a Jamberry Consultant

If you’re a regular BOTTLESOUP reader, you know how I feel about Jamberry. And while I followed up my original post with some hands-on Jamberry consultant based research, the outpouring of support, encouragement and requests for more information has inspired me to continue writing about Jamberry. So, welcome to the first installment of my Jam […]

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