Showing posts from October, 2009

Cancun Trip with Arbonne, 2009

Cancun Trip, October, 2009
With Arbonne International
Earned this awesome trip!

Pyramids at Chichen Itza
Gorgeous day with awesome friends!

I have never felt humidity like this, though!!! It was crazy!
To walk outside and be as wet as if I just got out of the shower!
Why blow dry my hair? I did give up by the last day!
The last day of the trip, I totally enjoyed the hammock
and being utterly indulgent. Why does it take 4 days before you really start
to relax??? That is just NOT right! :-)

I am so grateful to work with such an awesome company as Arbonne! I love the concept of having healthy products, an environmentally friendly company and the most amazing women you can imagine. One thing that has hit me really hard this past 2 months of personal growth and coaching etc is that the greatest blessings my Arbonne business has brought me are 1. the friendships with incredible women and 2. Learning my own value and self worth. Why have I always doubted me? I am learning that I have a lot of great qua…

Press Release From Arbonne

Arbonne International Donates More Than $4.7 Million Dollars in Product to Operation Gratitude

Irvine, California, October 2009 - Arbonne International announced today that it has made a charitable donation of approximately 1.5 million personal care products...with a retail value of nearly $4.75 million Operation Gratitude, a non-profit organization that sends care packages to the U.S. military. This donation is the largest Operation Gratitude has received from a corporate sponsor to date and follows a $642,000 donation Arbonne made to the organization in May. Arbonne, headquartered in Irvine, California, formulates botanically based, scientifically advanced beauty, health and wellness products, distributed through an international network of Independent Consultants.

"We're honored to donate Arbonne skin care products to Operation Gratitude to improve the lives of the brave men and women who are serving in the military overseas," said Rita Davenport, Arbonne P…