Amy Clark

Monday WAHM Spotlight: BeautiControl

Thanks to Megan Stonich for being part of our Monday WAHM for We wish her much success in her business and with her family.If you are interested in being featured, we will be selecting a mom for each Monday of my blog. You can read more and apply. Email confirmations are sent to each mom if they are chosen. I still have many people to reply to on these so please be patient waiting for my reply. I promise to get back to you guys soon! Also remember to do your own research on these companies. If there are obvious red flags on BBB, I do not post them. Check my scam article to find out more about the potential dangers of work-at-home businesses.Thank you to Megan and her WAHM business, BeautiControl, for taking the time to apply and be a part of my Monday feature!

Name: Megan Stonich

City/State: Pleasanton, California

Name of Company: BeautiControl

Two or Three Sentences About Your Company:

When you feel you have been transported from your home to an exclusive spa resort or a private beach, then know you have made your ESCAPE with BeautiControl products. With a BeautiControl Spa ESCAPEā„¢, you can treat yourself and your friends to a complimentary hour of pampering and relaxation in the comfort of your own home! You’ll feel completely revitalized from head to toe!

Two Tips for Moms Trying to Work-At-Home (these tips can be how you stay organized, how to be successful, how to get started- anything that you feel would help someone just starting out):

1. Always have at least 5 minutes of alone time a day for you. Some health experts say that 90% of disease is related to stress so if you have 5 minutes of alone time to de-stress and relax you will be able to better take care of your family & your health.

2. Every morning or the night before make a list of specific things that to be done each day, arrange them in priority order, and then do your best to get the important ones done as soon as possible. Train yourself to go down your “To Do List” without skipping over the difficult items. Reward yourself when you have completed your to-do list!

Published June 26, 2006 by:

Amy Clark

Amy Allen Clark is the founder of You can read all about her here.

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