It was a special kind of Thursday. I had been anxiously awaiting on the call from LuLaRoe for Onboarding as I had now reached my eighth week in the que. I thought it was starting off well, as I threw out some good karma by buying a police officer’s lunch, as he sat solo at the Coney Island. It had to be a good day after that, right!?
Yet, the end of the day arrived and I wanted to run away from work screaming and never come back. The day showed some frustrating interactions, one person yelling at me that definitely caught me off guard, what through me even more off guard, was that she then reported that I was the person who was yelling. Ugh. Nothing horrifically appalling happened, never the less I was in a mood and ready for my early weekend!
On my drive home I got cut off a few times… Which of course adds to the rage that was already brewing inside. Good gracious people learn how to drive!
I walked in the door to my husband holding a crying Adler and Graeme sitting next to them both watching Polar Express (it’s been on repeat for two weeks). I was engorged from only getting one pump session at work. I grabbed little man and started nursing him. I set my phone beside me and had given up on any chance that I was receiving the phone call that would change the course of my life, it’s just how this Thursday is going to go…
I was diving into why my face (resting bitch face in full force) looked the way that it did when I walked in the door from work. I told Eric about the woman yelling at me and just before I had gotten to the part where she lied, my phone rings.
I reached over with one hand my words were stuck my breath was being held, gah! Corona, CA calling… This can only mean one thing! LuLaRoe to the RESCUE!
I carried my nursing baby into my office, grabbed my wallet and sat at my desk to jot down notes.
Chris was on the other line. He was so cheery on the phone I couldn’t help but smile ear to ear. I continued nursing the babe and jotted down some things he was telling me, all while pressing the phone into my ear with my shoulder. Multi-tasking at its finest!
I decided on purchasing the initial package plus the legging package that gives me leggings from children on up to adult! Plus I got a sweet deal on some Patrick tees! Score!
I would need to login to the back office and change my password, add in my banking and boom! Ready, set go!
I am a LuLaRoe Fashion Consultant! I came out of the room and gave Eric a big kiss, thanked him for believing in me and letting me take this life of ours by the horns.
My inventory arrives next Thursday per UPS tracking! I’m still trying to iron out my launch details, need to put one more rack on the wall, bring my clothes rack from the basement up into my office, and more. I feel like I have so much to do to prepare for this crazy ride I’m embarking on!
I’m so excited to see how this all unfolds. It’s not going to be easy, balancing motherhood, being a wife, full time nurse…but it’s worth it. I’m worth it.
I’d love for you to follow along on my journey, as I will be documenting how LuLaRoe changes my life (LuLaRoe || Why Would I Want To Be A Fashion Consultant), for the better or the worse. Either way, I’ll be over here hustlin’, you can check out my Facebook group where I will be selling my goodies LuLaRoe || Tami Elizabeth and my Instagram account LLR MAMA Tami Elizabeth.
Peace, love and LuLaRoe,