A Leopard Can Change Its Spots and Wear…an Apron?!

A Leopard Can Change Its Spots and Wear…an Apron?!

Yes a leopard can change its spots and can take a break from blogging to do it. I know, I know, I haven’t written but if you know me, you know that once I get a project – I throw myself into it.  It consumes me. Lucky for my kids, this new project involves making lots and lots of delicious recipes. I have signed on to be an Independent Consultant with Pampered Chef. The last three years of my life have been tumultuous to say the least and my evolution continues with a spatula in hand.

For those of you who might be Pampered Chef virgins (I heard you do exist) here is a quick summary from their website:

For more than 20 years, The Pampered Chef® and its sales force of Independent Consultants have been helping to gather families around the table for quick, delicious meals that are as much fun to prepare as they are to eat. The business was launched in 1980 by company Founder and Chairman Emeritus, Doris Christopher — an educator, home economist and mother who saw the need for professional-quality kitchen tools in the everyday kitchen.

Capitalizing on her knowledge of food preparation techniques and her natural talent for teaching, Christopher amassed an inventory of what she considered to be the essential home kitchen tools, promoted them under The Pampered Chef® name and began showcasing them at in-home cooking demonstrations called Cooking Shows.

I hosted a Pampered Chef party in my home last week and it was at that party that I made the decision to join the team. I realized that 1) I love to cook 2) I love their products (seriously!) and 3) I love to party – why not get paid to do what I love? Out of the numerous network marketing and direct sales opportunities out there, Pampered Chef fit my lifestyle. Guess what? Everyone needs food – we all have to eat and most of us would love to be able to prepare delicious, nutricious meals at home – quickly and easily. I can show you how to do exactly that and with the proper tools.

So I’m busy researching, compiling recipes, and learning the business. And, of course, I have to do it my way. I’m creating some theme parties because seriously that is going to be such fun! I don’t want to have the same shtick each time – I’d rather come in wearing a big, garish sombrero with margaritas to celebrate cinco de mayo or something like that.

Have you ever been to a Pampered Chef party? Do you own any products? Are you looking for some extra income to pay off those credit cards, save for a new car or possibly quit slaving away at your day job? Look no further! I would be happy to introduce you to Pampered Chef – visit my Pampered Chef personal website for more information on products, hosting parties and joining my team!

4 Responses to A Leopard Can Change Its Spots and Wear…an Apron?!

    •  @MomeeGina Thanks for following! Everyone who has encountered Pampered Chef loves their products and I am so proud to be associated with such a company 🙂

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