Thursday, April 8, 2010

Food Storage

Recently Matt and I have been feeling like we needed to beef up our food storage, so when we ran into a girl selling Thrive food and shelf reliance shelf we were interested. I went to her party (it is a direct sales company). I was super impressed. The freeze dried foods were excellent in quality and after some comparison shopping I found almost always cheaper and sometimes a LOT cheaper then any other local source. We decided to purchase some and when it arrived we really liked it. So much so that we decided that I would become a consultant. Niels and Christi were my first order (thanks for your support!) I have thought about direct sales before but they always seemed to be a rip off for everyone. This is actually a product people would buy anyways at a great price and consultant/host benefits are good. I chose to do this because I don’t feel like anybody is getting ripped off.
We don’t want to pressure anyone but if you are curious about it, we are having a party. You can come sample the food and get more info on Thursday April 22 at 6:30 at our house. Let me know if you want to come and I will send you an e-vite. If you are interested in throwing your own party I would be happy to do that too. The host benefits are great.
If you have no idea what Thrive is, they make food storage. The thing we like is that there are a lot of different options that make using/rotating your food storage possible (mangoes, pineapples, green beans, corn, etc). They do a lot of fruits and vegetables. If you want to check out what is available you can see it at the website. If you are interested in anything, let me know and I can get you pricing (direct sales pricing is significantly cheaper than website pricing).

Wednesday, April 7, 2010


So it seems we have sold the house. There are still inspections, etc. to deal with, but we are happy things have gone smoothly so far. It is sort of sad to get the house looking really good, only to sell it. We will miss it.