What would earning an extra $500, $1000, or $1500 a month do for you?

Every week hundreds of thousands of people start a home based business to help pay bills, save money for college, or to stay at home with children.

I started in the fall of 2013 and the extra paycheck has helped with sports and activities for the kids, sent them to camps and of course, taken care of some of our regular bills–not to mention paid for all my health-promoting products from Young Living!

In 2015, I spent roughly $3400 on Young Living products {from shakes, oils, shampoo, cleaner, toothpaste, everything!} and because I ordered utilizing Essential Rewards and Monthly Promotions – I received just over $1900 in FREE product! That amazes me! My ‘medicine cabinets’ are FULL! I looked and out of the six of us, we had ONE doctor visit the entire year!!! That’s reason to rejoice!

Because I’ve been sharing the message of Hope & Health with others these last two and a half years. I was paid over and beyond what I spent every month! I love sharing the message of wellness with others – it is not being told in mainstream media and there is more to life than living with sickness and disease. It is a message that I feel very passionate about.

Maybe you’ve thought a business like this was a joke, but I’m here to say this is NO JOKE! Please watch the video below and learn a little more before you blow it off as a scam, a joke or a crazy pyramid scheme!

Young Living Platinum, Jen Springer gives you in the presentation below …

  • The #1 reason people start a home based business
  • Why supermarket strawberries cost so much
  • Paying yourself with replacement buying
  • Learning the ropes at lightning speed
  • How much money people really make with a home based business
  • 3 ways to save money and make money with items you use everyday




Did you watch it? What did you think?

I’d love to hear what you thought – please comment below!

Send me a note so we can connect and if you are interested in learning more – I’d be happy to send you this book.





Find out the average pay on the 2015 Young Living income disclosure statement