THE “OPPORTUNITY” IS Flexible, Fun, No Inventory, Extremely Small Investment!

As the financial crisis affects the economics of the households, more and more Americans are moving part-time and full-time into the direct sales industry.

Please take the time to read the article recently published in Woman’s Day.

www.womansday.com/Articles/Lifestyle/Money-Saving-Tips/Start-a-Direct-Selling-Business.html

Families Returning to the Dinner Table….Priceless!

Do you find yourself trying to figure out which fast food chain’s drive thru you visited the day before so you don’t revisit it again this week? There is a better way to eat quickly and healthier than going through the Drive Thru.

How? By bringing families back to the dining room table.  This is possible when you use quality kitchen tools that replaces labor with “ease” and “quickness” in the kitchen.

Although people are struggling economically, Pampered Chef consultants have seen an increase in sales. Why? Because girls nights out have become more of staying at home, cooking recipes and the money spent is on buying things that will make meals quicker and healthier for the family rather than on frivilous things that will be short term like a meal out & having to pay tips, or  purchases such as jewelry or handbags, and/or going to the movies. Families are eating home more, now that mom, can prepare the meal in 30 minutes or less.

By spending 1 or 2 nights a week sharing with others how to bring their families back to the table, you can produce a nice supplemental income during the uncertain times we are living.

Who couldn’t use an extra $300, $400, $500, $800, or $1000 PLUS at the end of the month?

Spending less. GOING TO WORK IS GOING TO A PARTY! Earning additional income. Families Eating together, “Priceless”!

If “YOU” would like to see if this opportunity is a “right fit” for you, I’d love the opportunity to talk to you to answer any questions you may have or just simply, help you get started.

For as little as $86-$167, you can be operating your own business today–YOU Can Be The CEO and The “Best Boss” you’ve ever had.

Yvonne Deatherage, Independent Director, Mentor, & Coach, The Pampered Chef
[email protected]

Mangos, Fresh and Healthy

Mangos, delicious, nourishing, and refreshing is not only a sweet juicy tropical fruit but has powerful antioxidant properties, anticancer abilities (helps protect cells from free radical damage and reduces risk of cancer), an excellent source of vitamin C, carotenes, copper and a good source of B vitamins, vitamin E, potassium, magnesium and selenium.

Containing digestive enzymes, mangos help break-down   proteins, combats acidity,  and aids digestion.  It’s reported eating mangos regularly prevents night blindness,dryness of the eyes, softening of the cornea,prevents refractive errors, and helps prevent itching and burning eyes.  Among the health benefits of the mango are its anti-inflamatory properties which help alleviate asthma symptoms, relieving clogged pores of the skin (apply mango pulp to skin for 10 minutes before washing it), eating it regularly makes complexion fair and skin soft and shining,heat stroke, bacteria infections, sinusitis, indigestion, constipation, diarrhea, piles (hemorrhoids) and morning sickness.

Although the most delicious of the tropical fruits and healthy, mangos should be eaten in moderation. It is also a fruit those who need to gain weight should eat because it is high in calories and carbohydrates. One medium sized mango is about 107 calories.

When choosing a mango, selection is similar to that of a peach.If the mango is slightly soft to the touch and yielding to gently pressure (ripe peach), and or emits a fruity aroma at the stems end, it is considered ripe.  Look for a yellow tinge when ripe.  Look for the mangos with intact skin, without any bruises and cuts. Mangos unripe will be sour in taste. To ripen mangos,leave on kitchen counter at room temperature. If you need to accelerate the ripening process, place the mango in a paper bag overnight (to increase this process even more, add an apple to the bag.)  Store ripen mangos in the refrigerator but bring back to room/normal temperature just before eating to get the natural taste and flavor.

Wash mangos in cold running water and dry with soft cloth. There are videos available on you tube on slicing a mango but a quick way to easily remove the pits and cut the mangos into four wedges is the Mango Wedger. Once wedged, the  flesh can easily be removed from the skin by sliding an avocado peeler or knife between the flesh and the skin. Pampered Chef has added a mango wedger to their Specialty Cutting Tool collection, making cutting and slicing easy and cleanup is a synch because it is dishwasher-safe.