Monday, February 17, 2020


Super excited to start this new journey with my kick-a** team: TEAM LIMITLESS!

I am a work-from-home mom, who has been on this CBD journey for almost two years and I remain a devoted CBD advocate. Now, more than ever, I am so grateful that my research lead me to learn so much more on this topic and helped me come across an innovative company, whose products are getting amazing testimonials and is backed by science. 

As more research is done and technology advances, it is important to know what type of CBD you are putting into your body and how effective it is. 

The video below talks about the products and explains just how effective they really are!

"We have the only true water-dissolvable CBD complex. These products are formed with pharmaceutical technology used in circumstances of increasing vital water insoluble protein for patients that are ill. Unlike the competition, we don’t use a nano complex, which merely disperses small clusters (nano-size) of CBD molecules in an otherwise insoluble mixture. Eventually, all nano products will separate, like oil and water, providing minimal bio-availability.

Our entire line of products are made from 100% water-dissolvable CBD complex, not an oil based solution like all other CBD companies." (Source: Bioreigns)

 It is quite an exciting time in the CBD industry and the privilege of having a home-based business is pretty awesome too!

Our ability to change our lives is limitless! "Your life does not get better by change, it gets better by CHANGE!" - Jim Rohn 

This is not just about taking CBD - this is about putting our bodies in homeostasis, which is in balance, to function as it should and about feeling good!  We are not meant to live with anxiety and stress all the time.  

It is time to fall in love with feeling good!  Your health should be an investment, not an expense.

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Sunday, January 5, 2020


How Politics is Affecting Our Lives and Why We Have to Try...

(Originally written in 2016)
Like me, you might be sick and tired of hearing about politics but I just had to write about it for the record and for my children, as a lesson to learn. Truth be told, almost no one in politics is honest lately. They may start out honest but sooner or later they all get trapped in “the system.” I mean, they shouldn’t but some of them do. 
Personally, I think that for the most part, there is zero creativity or original thought in any words spoken out of a politician’s mouth. It has either been spoken before or inspired by a previous politician or otherwise. They are ALL playing the “game.”  Both sides suck, in my humble opinion. They each have a long list of cons, (no pun intended.) Basically, the U.S. election of 2016, came down to who the country thought was the “lesser of two evils,” which is a really sad reality when it comes to the future of our children and grandchildren. The fact that most people voted for who they thought was the “least worst option,” instead of the most-qualified. 

What we as Country, and as human beings, have to worry about, is not who will sit in the White House, but how we will ALL get along! We should worry about how we will fight not only the “evil” in the world, but the hatred within our own walls. When we stop throwing stones at each other, (our neighbors, our FB friends, our co-workers, our own relatives,) then maybe, just maybe we can start to make the world a better place. People are bashing each other every time someone else has a different opinion than them. We can't even find common ground from the inside out, how is any Country going to respect us? Personally, I am not happy with “45” because I think he is not remotely qualified for an infinite number of reasons, but mainly because of his lack of diplomacy and his horrible temperament and his big mouth, but I am not going to go around and burn flags or cause public destruction, that’s just plain stupidity! But besides all that, I also think it is wrong when people start spewing hatred and racism when they don’t agree with another political opinion. You can dislike a political party but there is no need to attack someone’s skin color, heritage or any other personal attack - that is just reprehensible, especially when it comes from people who preach to be so moral and religious. That is why I dislike religion so much, because of the hypocrisy of it all. People go to church, temples, mosque, (wherever) preaching, and then turn around and can’t even show respect for their fellow man? Come on! 
As a Country, and as a human race, we are losing hope, respect, compassion and especially TOLERANCE!!! And without those, we are all lost. Although, the 2016 election brought nothing but heated debates and passionate arguments in the U.S.A. and around the world, we have to come to the realization that no matter, who is the President of the United States, we MUST STOP SPREADING HATE. The anger that is demonstrated within our own political party affiliations and in conversations in our own homes, around the kitchen table and at dinner-parties down right embarrassing. 
We have to start teaching our children more about love, empathy and tolerance and worry less about things like, if our Kindergarten-aged children will be Harvard-ready. Can they read they read by age 4, can they do Core Math? Will my child pass the S.A.T? What college will they get into?  Sure, those things may be important but we have totally lost focus on the things that are truly important in life. Sure, a child needs education but do most kids today demonstrate respect to authority and compassion for others? Do they know how to entertain themselves or play outside without being forced to do so? Do they have respect for their elders? Do they show compassion for someone less fortunate than them? Do they know their history?  Do they value their freedom?  Have we even taught them about that?
You may or may not have answered yes to these questions. The point is, as a society, we are all so caught up in the future and in “making it in this world,” that we have lost sight of the core values of family and faith now, (no matter what faith you choose.)
No one is perfect. No candidate is perfect. No family is perfect, especially in the world of blended families we live in today, and with all the technology readily available, and especially, with everyone always comparing things to the “good ol’ days.” 
Despite, the times we are living in today, it is so simple and so easy to just teach our children how to be respectful and most of all, tolerant of others. If we cannot even tolerate a different political party in our own Country, how are we suppose to teach our children to be tolerant of others who are different them or have different opinions? Education begins in the home, no matter what country you live in! You can disagree with a political party or candidate but please do not bring their race, religion or color of their skin into play. And for crying out loud, do not say they have to “bleach their skin to cleanse themselves out,” (as I read a long time ago on a FB post!) 
Ultimately, the political race of 2016 will go down in history as one of the nastiest most controversial of all time, and consequently, we should take this opportunity to teach the younger generations that they have to strive for something better in 2020. We should use this political fiasco as a teaching tool. We must never forget, that history repeats itself, if we do not learn from its lessons, whether it be in politics or in life. 
Sometimes, it is bigger than politics. Sometimes, it is not just about the candidates. Sometimes, it is about what we are teaching our children what is acceptable. It is up to us, obviously, as individuals to teach and nurture our children, but as citizens of this great Nation and inhabitants of this amazing planet, we have an obligation to do better, to be better, and to make a positive difference in the world! It starts with EACH AND EVERYONE OF US! 
When our final day in this life time is here, and our "expiration date" arrives, it will not matter whether we are Republican, Democrat, Independent, Black, White, Hispanic, Asian, Muslim, Jewish, JW, Christian or otherwise. We are all going to “go” because no one gets out alive and all that WILL matter is how we have loved, what we have done with our lives, and how we helped others and how we have made a positive difference in this world. All the rest is nonsense. 
At the end of the day, we all want the same things (I think:) PEACE, HEALTH, and ECONOMIC STABILITY for ourselves and our families. I guess the point of my rant, is to say, stop battling each other. Let's start easing up on the hate, and the insults because at the end of the day, we have this one Country we choose to live in and one planet and we are ruining them both. So my plea to the world, to the Country, to my friends and to all those of you reading this, is to start spreading more: LOVE, COMPASSION, RESPECT & TOLERANCE, no matter what you believe in. I will try for my children. 
We must speak up, stand up and be the change we wish to see. 
We all have to try.
#iwilltry #teachloveteachcompassion ~LR 11-10-16 
 (edited 1/5/2020)

Tuesday, December 3, 2019


I am Forever Grateful!!!!


Friday, September 13, 2019


This September is National Hydrocephalus Awareness Month and I felt like it would be the right time for me to tell my family’s story.

Due to a medical mis-diagnosis, my family has been through un-imaginable life-changing and unexpected circumstances. In May 2015, because of that misdiagnosis my children were taken from me and my husband. My sons were placed into foster care for five months. Our family was railroaded by false accusations. Doctors quickly gave an inaccurate diagnosis which has greatly affected our lives.

It is vital for physicians to exercise due caution when their diagnosis will affect the child’s treatment and the way in which hospital staff and others will treat that child’s parents. Now, I would like to raise awareness for cases in which a diagnosis of Hydrocephalus was not made, the medical consequences for the child and the impact it has had and continues to have on families.

The worst day of my life was when our children were wrongfully taken from us and put into foster care. My heart broke as I watched my boys crying as they were taken. Each day I missed my boys. The silence of the house was deafening. Charges of abuse were filed against my husband. We had to hire one attorney after another hoping to find the one attorney who would defend his innocence, discover my son’s correct diagnosis, and give my husband a way to restore his good name.

My husband earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and achieved a top-secret clearance with our government and military. When he had to leave his job with the government he felt betrayed and lost his faith in his lifelong icons of truth and justice. We had to sell our house to pay the attorney’s fees. We were blessed to have very large and generous families who readily provided their support. My husband and I, as well as my two boys continue to heal from the traumatizing events that all began with the physician’s failure to correctly diagnose my youngest son.

There were times when the loss of our children, the unbelievable accusations against my husband and the feeling that we were powerless to right the wrongs – were overwhelming. But, we went through the most challenging events of our lives and it has made us stronger. Now, we can take our terrible situation and what we have learned, and help others in similar situations. Our strength came from our faith, our prayer and the love and support of family and friends. Despite the extreme challenges of our circumstances we had to stay strong and not give up. We believed that a Miracle of Faith would happen.

Over a million people are currently diagnosed with Hydrocephalus. There are different types of this condition. My son has Benign External Hydrocephalus of Infancy, in which there is an abnormal build-up of cerebro-spinal fluid (CSF) outside of the brain. Benign External Hydrocephalus is present at birth and may be caused by either events or influences that occur during fetal development, or genetic abnormalities, or a complication at birth. Acquired hydrocephalus develops at the time of birth or at some point afterward. This type of hydrocephalus can affect individuals of all ages and may be caused by a complication at birth or disease.

I would like to raise public awareness about Medical Misdiagnosis, the delay of needed treatment, the life-altering impact on the family of the patient, and to help other families going through a similar ordeal.


by  Lorina Troy, (guest blogger) a loving mother of two, is the author of Miracles of Faith: Our Child Was Misdiagnosed and It Greatly Affected Our Lives, also available on her website at

Monday, September 9, 2019

Sarah Grace Villaflor
During the past decades, having fun has not always been the top priority for parents. There are many different structures and methods of parenting but in today’s generation, there is always room for some fun. Sometimes, letting the kid inside of you loose, is the coolest feeling you will ever sense as a parent.
Remember that adults are just kids in their fully developed shells. Our children often see us as a person who always needs to be obeyed, respected and feared. But let me tell you that laughter is the best foundation of all emotions!

Here are some ways that can help you be a fun mom:
  1. Do tolerable and safe pranks together. Most of the children love bringing some unexpected surprise to another person’s day. Just make sure your kids don’t overdo it in the future. 

  1. Make your kids laugh out of the blue. Surprise them with a tickle fight or some old but gold jokes.

  1. Learn to make some custom greeting cards together. Give them simple present like this when they did a good job, whether in school or sports. Put some words like Good Job! You are the best! Congratulations, aren’t you going to thank me for the genes.

  1. Face grimace is one of the best contests you can do at home anytime. Give simple prizes for the wackiest face.

  1. Who doesn’t love kisses? Have a smooch-kiss chase once in a while! Chase each other around the house and when you catch the person give them a big kiss! This is best when you wear child safe lipstick so that you can easily see who truly wins.

  1. Dates are not only for couples. Take your kids out on a date and always celebrate “family day” as long as possible.

  1. Our kids need some dirt to boost the immune system. Have a scavenger hunt in the park! You can hide things to find around the park and see who will be the fastest to get greater objects. If you have one child, you can also invite their friends. 

  1. Include them while cooking their favorite cookies. This is a memory that will last forever! The kitchen can be a little bit messy but it’s awesome!

  1. Read a story to your child, it can be new or old. You can replace the characters with your child’s name or act how the characters in the story play.  

  1.  Do a simple experiment with them. Coke plus Mentos never gets old. You can make this soda bomb and let your kids be amazed the whole day!

  1.  Watch animated the mummy movie and let them mummify you with a tissue. You will be totally “MOMMYfied” by your kids!

  1.  Go in the backyard and play with your kids with a water gun! Give them their own water gun and let the battle begin!

  1.  A horseback ride is always a fun way to connect with your kids.

  1.  Do some abstract painting and let their creativity come out. Remember to use non-toxic materials.

As parents, there are lots of fun things we can do with our kids. Memories are always better when shared. You can collect it as early as now and reminisce them for a lifetime!

Sarah Grace Villaflor

Thursday, July 4, 2019


There are days when many of us may feel down, stressed out or just plain "blah." We've all been there!  I know I have. Maybe you are not necessarily feeling "down," maybe you are high-strung all the time and you worry about everything. Maybe you feel like it's just one big snowball of everything happening at the same time. You could be that stressed out mom dealing with toddlers, tantrums, or teenagers; you could be a student, who feels the pressure of having to succeed in school, a middle-aged person suffering with different ailments, an entrepreneur trying to provide for your family, someone dealing with PTSD, a senior citizen who is feeling "blah" because of age consequences or it could be YOU feeling like this for your own reasons.  
Whatever the issue is, it is important to note that life doesn't have to be perfect to be wonderful.  It is okay for everything not to be okay all the time; however, if you have a lot of days when you feel like you don’t have the physical energy to get out of bed or you feel constantly overwhelmed or you feel like there is no solution to your ailments, then, you could be stuck in a vicious cycle of not feeling well physically and emotionally.  These feelings cause physical symptoms, if this is the case, you must seek professional help. 

It is also important to note that there are things you can do to help yourself when you are stuck in a rut or you just need to tweak your body and want to achieve optimal health, both physically and emotionally. Things such as holistic lifestyle changes, exercise, healthy eating and implementing self-care programs or finding alternative health options.  You can begin to help yourself without having to become dependent on prescription medication!  Remember even miracles take time!

Not only is it important to focus on your mindset but it is also important to focus on how you are going to handle this situation to choose better days for yourself. I certainly did and it led me to CBD oil.

If you have been doing your own research online and looking for help, you may have already come across the trendy three-letter acronym, CBD.  Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound of Cannabis sativa with relevant therapeutic potential in several neuro-psychiatric disorders.  (Source: 

CBD oil is marketed as a dietary supplement and has been extremely beneficial to many people suffering from different ailments.  All you have to do is "google" an ailment and the word CBD and see what pops up.

No matter what your situation is health-wise, you do not have to automatically succumb to a diagnose or an ailment because you feel like you have no other option.  Always, always do your own research and inquiries. Keep in mind that your mindset is an integral part of your well-being.  The health of your body is only as good as the health of your mind, what you are thinking - your mindset. The law of attraction states that: "what we think about predominantly, is eventually what we attract into our lives."

According to the Law of, there are 7 Steps to Cultivating a positive mindset and I believe through this mindset and healthy living, you can most definitely choose better days for yourself:

1. Start By Acting Like A More Positive Person
2. Become More Appreciative
3. Spend More Time Focusing On The Present 
4. Seek Positive Influences 
5. Don’t Picture Disaster Scenarios
6. Share Positivity With Other People
7.  Treat Yourself Kindly

Remember, that you have the power to be happy and to be healthy and to CHOOSE BETTER DAYS!

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

RECIPE VIDEO - Slow-Cooker Lemon Chicken

Here is a recipe that is very easy to make from Green Healthy Cooking. It is Crock pot Lemon Chicken. 

This Crock pot Lemon Chicken recipe can be made in as little as 3 hours and up to 8 hours.

Personally, I like the last step in the directions (#7) where it says that 5 minutes before the time is over, remove the chicken thighs, place on a baking sheet and put under the broiler on hi for 3-5 minutes or until the skin is golden.  I like my chicken to be brown and crispy.


-1 red onion
-6-8 chicken thighs
-1-1.5 lbs baby potatoes
-1 lemon
-2 Tbsp olive oil
-2 Tbsp honey
-4 cloves garlic
-1/2 Tbsp fresh thyme leaves
-Sea salt
-Bunch thin green asparagus

Monday, June 24, 2019


If you don't already know it, I am a Cuban-American woman, who is immensely proud of her culture and heritage.  Not to be confused with agreeing on the politics of Cuba.  I am proud of where my family is from, my roots and the traditions that were instilled in me from a young age.  I made that choice to be proud, to carry it on with my children.  I think it is essential to NEVER forget where you came from, whether it was a boat from Cuba or Haiti, an airplane from Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia or the freakin' Mayflower!  You have to know that NO one is native to this Country, except the American Indians, but that is a whole other history lesson and article that can be written.  

For now, I want to focus on the problem we have at our doorstep and that is, hundreds and hundreds of immigrants, women and children specifically (of my concern) being held in camps, indefinitely, by the United States of America, while most citizens sit by and idly watch this happen and judge, as if somehow they are better than... 

My parents each came separately as CHILDREN, when they came to this Country at around age 12 or so. It is because each set of my grandparents saw that life where they lived was turning into a dictatorship that would no longer be a viable option to raise their children. 

Truth be told, they got LUCKY!!! The fact that they were able to enter this Country legally and easily is luck, or as religious people see it, a blessing; However, the despair of my grandparents to give their children a better life is no different than the despair that these immigrants coming in at the border feel.

The difference is they may not have the money or the resources to do so as easily or effectively, but the love of their children and NEED for a better life is the same! 

I am not speaking up or standing up for criminals but the scare tactics and fear-mongering regarding M-13 gang members has to stop.  Sure, there are criminals in the mix, but they can go back. The majority of the people being held are hard-working people, who simply seek a better life in this Country. I am vocal regarding  the families, the women, who have traversed miles and miles with their children simply for a better life.

And our response is to lock those children up and often times, just take them away?!!!

I often think of my dad with his younger siblings traveling ALONE to this Country because his parents felt at the time, that was the best choice for their safety and their future. It was a very ballsy move! One I am forever grateful for, as it affected me and my children.  That is called foresight - being able to visualize a better life, not only for yourself but for your children and their children...

I don’t know if I could ever send my kids alone to another Country for their safety, but I sure as hell would go wherever I needed to simply to protect them and give them a better life, if it came to that. I would fight for them hell or high water - which is simply what these migrants are doing.

How then, can you sit there in judgment and say, “Well, they shouldn’t have come,” or “they should know better” or “they should do it legally.”

First of all, SEEKING ASYLUM IS NOT ILLEGAL...and secondly, if you have children, you should know that you would do anything to protect them! The problem here is that people have no empathy and feel entitled once they reach a certain level of comfort.

This is the perfect example.  Listen to what Brian Kilmeade, a host of one of President Trump's favorite cable news shows, "Fox & Friends," had to say, when he was defending the Trump administration's policy of separating at least 2,500 children from parents who allegedly entered the United States illegally, he sought to put concerns about them into perspective. 

He said:  "And these are not — like it or not, these are not our kids. Show them compassion, but it's not like he is doing this to the people of Idaho or Texas. These are people from another country, and now people are saying that they're more important than people in our country who are paying taxes and who have needs as well."  (Source: The Washington Post)

Are we only American citizens now and not human beings?  Do we not have compassion for other human lives?  No one is implying that these immigrants should have more rights than American citizens, only that they be treated in a dignified manner with safe and sanitary conditions, and at the very least NOT DIE on our watch!

Children being held in U.S. detention centers, while two teenage girls watch TV.

How crappy must conditions be in their countries that they walk hundreds, maybe even thousand of miles to put up with this? This to them, is "better." Put that into perspective.

Granted, the Trump administration ended the policy of family separations, but the policy continues to affect children already in separate detention facilities (like the one shown in the image above) and this is what I am referring to, that and the fact that children are literally dying trying to enter here to seek a better life.

How dare Kilmeade  say "not our kids!?" This is infuriating, especially to those who preach constantly about being Christian and living an exemplary life. The hypocrisy is sickening. 

Of course, we have rules and laws in this Country and they should most definitely be followed but there MUST be an element of humanity and compassion in the way we treat these immigrants. I am not arguing policy and I really don't care which President is in office, we have had immigration problems in this Country for a long time.  Why?  Well, because this Country IS GREAT and people want to live here seeking a better future!  This happened under Obama administration as well, however, the detention of migrant children has skyrocketed to the highest levels ever.  

"The huge increases, which have placed the federal shelter systems near capacity, are due not to an influx of children entering the country, but a reduction in the number being released to live with families and other sponsors, the data collected by the Department of Health and Human Services suggests" (Source: The New York Times)

According to an Associate Press investigation, "It will likely be years before the tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors illegally coming to America face any action related to their immigration status.

The immigration system is broken but we are still the United States of America, you know the "great again" country? 

How is it then, that children sleeping on concrete floors, not having soap or toothbrushes, using aluminum foil (mylar blankets) acceptable? Come on now!  Are you seriously going to tell me we don't have the resources to help these people, (at least temporarily) until politicians figure this immigration policy situation out? Are you going to tell me you are okay with seeing kids in cages, fenced in (or however you want to grammatically put it) simply because they are "not our kids?!" That is just wrong on a humanitarian level.

To those of you who were once immigrants, don’t forget where you came from and remember: you got lucky and your parents or grandparents had more chutzpah than you could ever imagine.

To those of you, who like myself, were born here in the U.S.A and perhaps cannot relate, I simply ask you to be more open-minded, to have a little more compassion and understanding. You never know when a Country will be turned upside, whether by economic turmoil or poverty or dictatorship and what you would be capable of in order to protect your family, your children.

You are BLESSED.  Never take your freedom or the sacrifices your ancestors made for granted. I know I do not.

Make your voice and your vote heard, not just with the presidential election, but with every election, locally and nationally.  Stand up and fight for those who cannot fight for themselves.  That is what humanity is about, not just some self-contained happiness in your own bubble.

Life is bigger and greater than that, and so are YOU!


Friday, June 14, 2019


As a blogger, I have always tried to stay away from politics, until recently and given today's political climate, it has become a little difficult to ignore.  I guess I have become more passionate about this topic, not only after the election of 2016, but especially, after my daughter was caught in the middle of gun violence in her high school on February 14, 2018 in Parkland, Florida. The issue of gun violence, immigration, climate change, economic inequality and overall social justice are all topics that I am passionate about.

As a Latina woman, in a Jewish household, who believes in the power of love and spirituality, this particular candidate caught my attention.  I have always known, Marianne Williamson as an amazing author but most recently, she was a guest on my dear friend, Pedro Biaggi's radio show, La Red Hispana and she really impressed me.  Marianne is a Presidential Democratic Candidate for 2020. She is an internationally-acclaimed American author,  of 13 books, 4 of them # 1 Bestsellers of the New York Times, including "A Return to Love,"

I am sharing the video below with you all simply to show you a different perspective and view on politics that you may not necessarily hear on the campaign trail. 

I love the importance she places on education and the future of our children.

As we all know, politics has always been about who has the most money and usually the most clout.  

I welcome Marianne Williamson to the political table because I am in 100% agreement that it ALL boils down to a "Return to Love" and that there is currently a "moral function" in this world. She also says, "we must now love with conviction and turn our love into political force."

As Marianne said in this interview, "It is time that we all step up our courage quotient!" 

Please take some time to watch and LISTEN to this interview in its entirety.  It is in ENGLISH, as soon as the introduction is over around the :30 second mark or so. I am very proud of my friend, Pedro Biaggi, a Hispanic radio personality, who presented Marianne with all the tough questions we needed to hear the answers to.

You obviously do not have to agree with my views or Marianne's but it is totally worth looking into a different point of view, unlike any other.  And while you may think, why is a spiritual guru and author jumping into the political arena, just remember this quote:

"The Presidency is not merely an administrative office. That's the least of it....It is pre-eminently a place of moral leadership."---Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1932  

This Country, without a doubt, needs a moral and spiritual re-awakening" and someone like Marianne Williamson, just might be the one to play a role in this!  

Just something to think about!


Tuesday, May 28, 2019

If you have reached this article, perhaps someone suggested to you that you look into opening up your own business by running an online boutique, or maybe you clicked the info button on the Shirtology USA page on Facebook or maybe you just happen to stumble across it.  Either way, you are in luck because I am going to tell you just how easy it is.

Having been in the network marketing business for a while now, I have worked my fair share of MLMs (multi-level marketing) companies.  Some I liked, some I didn't, some I made money with and others not so much.  I am currently a health and wellness advocate, who runs an online boutique.  I always get the question "How do you start?"

Well, it is actually pretty easy.  If you are interested in running an online boutique that has trendy t-shirts and accessories with high-quality products, then you have reached the right place.

I stumbled across J. Elizabeth Boutique as I was researching network marketing companies.  I loved the concept because I design t-shirts myself, so it is something I am passionate about.

The first thing I fell in love with was the company's motto:  "Do What Makes Your Soul Happy."  This came through to me like a loud speaker!  What I really liked is that the business model was already in place and the company itself was not saturated with affiliates.  The t-shirts are DTG (direct to garment) print and the website tools you are given are amazingly helpful for marketing your business. It also helps that the leadership is excellent.

As an independent J. Elizabeth stylist, you have the opportunity to earn without limits. It is free to join and you only pay a monthly fee of $10 to gain access to your own personalized, replicated online boutique. 

The opportunity for growth is there, so if you have the desire and the hustle, why wait?  Do what makes YOUR soul happy and become an independent stylist and work from anywhere you want!

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