Category: WAHM

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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WAHM: How to Start a Blog

This post may contain affiliate links. 🙂 It’s a pretty common phenomenon: parents who end up staying at home with their children eventually get bored and want a way to earn income without leaving the house. It’s the ideal situation, and many, many websites are dedicated to finding work at home jobs for WAHMs (work […]

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Too Legit to Quit or a Scam: What a Jamberry Nails Consultant Said About Jamberry

A couple weeks ago, I published a post about how MLMs prey on moms, particularly stay at home moms who have limited income earning options. You can read it here. While I stand by that article and agree that most “consultants” do not earn their keep selling things like Jamberry Nails, I decided to write […]

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Jamberry Scamberry: Why The Latest MLM Preying on SAHMs Will Never Give You Financial Freedom

In its heyday, FarmVille farmers outnumbered real farmers 60 to 1. In the past few months, I’ve received more Jamberry nail party invites on Facebook than FarmVille invites in 2010. In a word, this epidemic is ridiculous. And, quite frankly, it’s much sadder than plowing fake crops and building imaginary barns because Jamberry “consultants” are investing real money […]

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