Sunday, December 13, 2015

Planning

My uncalendar came in the mail.  My filofax flex will be here tomorrow to house my uncalendar.  Looking forward to starting the year organized and ready to go.

Once I have everything ready and in order I'll do a video to share my set up.

Monday, May 25, 2015

What We Learned When Our Plexus Products Ran Out

Shame on me.

I let my products run out.  Not totally on purpose.  I am just starting my Plexus business and I am making a decent amount of extra money a month, more than enough to cover our products for the entire month and then some, however,  hubby is facing some surgery and it has led to many appointments with specialists.  This has led to me missing hours at work so my regular paycheck has been lower. (I learned the hard way not to let hubby go alone, he misses important details)  Plexus has been a blessing that it is making up for those missing hours so I can pay bills like electric and put food in the cupboard, however, I thought I'll order my products next week and we'll have them by Saturday... well I didn't account for the holiday!

So, by the time we get our products it will have been just over two weeks with out products.  Now I know 100% the awesome benefits we are seeing are from my products. (we take Plexus Slim in the morning, bioCleanse during the day, and probio5 at bedtime) 

What has happened since we ran out:

     First - hubby is diabetic and when I saw that we were going to go short I stopped mine first -- after all his was controlling his glucose levels... far more important for him than me.
  • His levels are slowing going higher.  He has had to take two  1/2 doses of one of his pills per doctors orders when he pulled them off the medications when his glucose levels dropped significantly when starting Plexus Products!  This is the first time he has had to take medication since starting at the beginning of March! (doctors orders were to keep an eye on levels, if he went over 200 to take a 1/2 doze of his a.m. medication that he used to take daily)
  • His weight loss has stalled.

When it comes to me:


  • My weight loss has stalled.  (I haven't gained but I haven't lost more)
  • My sweet tooth is back with a vengeance and my will power to walk away...  that is on vacation.
  • With my sweet tooth came my urge to drink soda again.  I hate that!!
  • I hadn't realized it but my products had really helped with controlling my trichotillomania!!  ( Trichotillomania (trik-o-til-o-MAY-nee-uh) is a disorder that involves recurrent, irresistible urges to pull out hair from your scalp, eyebrows or other areas of your body, despite trying to stop. -- from the Mayo Clinic site)  I hadn't really realized how much my products had calmed my urge to pull.  Until they were gone...  I realized after a few days that I was pulling a ton and I couldn't stop.  At all.  Just like before.  I asked my hubby... did you notice that the last couple months I wasn't hardly pulling at all... and my bald spot was almost gone...  he said "yes I did but I didn't say anything".   Well,  my bald spot is returning.  UGH.  ( I am not saying that the products will cure your trich.  I am saying I saw this result personally)
So,  ordering products before they run out is going to be a super top priority in our life from here on out.  The weight loss for us is secondary.  I used to be on many anxiety meds to attempt to control my trich.  They never worked.  Many visits back and forth to the doc for med adjustments over the years .. never worked.  The one thing I never thought, the one thing I took for other issues in my body.  Has worked.  I am going to go back on when my mail arrives tomorrow and I am going to make a conscious effort to track my pulling and see how long it is before I see a difference and to prove to myself these products were what helped it.  

For more info on our journey and what we saw immediately see this POST if you would like to purchase products my site can be found here.  Please reach out to me via the email on my site or on my facebook so I can assist you on your journey to wellness.  


This product testimonial is an individuals’ experiences, reflecting the real life experiences of the individual who used Plexus products. However individual results may vary. We do not claim, nor should a person assume, that any individual experiences recounted are typical or representative of what any other consumer might experience. All Plexus products have a 60 day money back guarantee.


Wednesday, September 3, 2014

The Blessing and Laughs a Great Teacher Brings


Aiden started kindergarten on Aug 4.   I really didn't want this to happen.  First and foremost he is my "baby".  He isn't supposed to grow up.  Second he is hyper, he is past the "all boy" stage and runs on high octane jet fuel always going.  I knew I would be hearing from his teacher on a regular basis.  I knew it wasn't going to be all sunshine and roses from her.  

What I didn't know, however,  that our emails back and forth would make me laugh out loud.  I have been reading some to my best friend and she keeps telling me "you have to post these on facebook!"   I decided I'd put a blog post together to share these little nuggets of wisdom.... laugh with me people.  This woman has taught kindergarten for 17 years.  She assures me she has seen much worse... poor woman.  

We shall call his teacher Mrs. K   ....  School started Aug 4.   Email 1- Aug 6

"Aidan is such a sweet kid.  He does like to play a good bit, but we talked about it today and hopefully tomorrow will be better.  I am also changing his seating in the room which I think will help.   ...  I hope Aidan still enjoys kindergarten, even though he missed some of his recess today!  He really is a good kid! -  Mrs. K "
This wasn't too bad.  There was a note in his folder that he wouldn't sit still and wanted to "play" too much.   To be expected of a 5 year old that didn't go to pre-k.   I emailed her back and assured her we also addressed his behavior with him and that I appreciated her keeping in contact with me.  I love that she does this.  I next hear from her at the end of day 3.

"Thank you for the support.  It makes my job easier when the parents are supportive.  Aiden really is a good student and is doing very well.  He does have a tendency to be slightly active, but so far it is manageable.  I have relocated him in the classroom to a different table.  He is now sitting between two of my “calmer” students.  Hopefully, they will have a positive influence on him.  We are all in the process  of adjusting! 
Have a great day!"
Not all that funny you say.... just hang on... On day five he comes home with his brand new glasses scratched all to heck.  So I email her and let her know that he isn't wearing them the next a.m. and why.  I didn't want her searching everywhere for them.  She emails me back that  "I made sure they were on his face when he got on the bus"  

We make it to the end of August... almost...  a few days "on yellow"   a couple "red days" but mostly green.   I then receive this.

"Good afternoon, 
Aiden had another rough day.  He came in this morning full of energy, so I spoke to him about trying really hard to stay on green today.  I sat him at my table to do his work, but he got up during the math activity and pinched a child.  Then he proceeded to put his hands around a girls neck while walking to lunch.  He sat at the silent table for lunch and missed his recess.  I’m not sure what provoked him for either incident.  He could not give me a reason for doing it.  I have isolated him as much as possible.  He is very sweet and has good intentions, but very impulsive.  He talked and played all during naptime.  I’m not sure how tired he will be when he gets home, but I know how tired I am!  However, I will get a good night’s rest and be ready for round 2 tomorrowJ 
Hope you have a good afternoon!"
This is when I know how this woman has taught for 17 years... she keeps a sense of humor!!   We AGAIN talk to Aiden.  Explain about keeping his hands to himself, about obedience, and not disturbing class.  I emailed her and let her know that we had spoke with him again.   I get this the next day:

"Aiden is really a good student and he tries really hard.  I appreciate you also taking the time to work with me to help Aiden do his best.  He is a bundle of energy, but I have dealt with a lot worse. It also doesn't help that he is so darn cute! Since the silent table is near the teacher table, he kept staring at me during lunch yesterday.  I couldn’t help but feel guilty and it was not good for my digestion!  Therefore, we are going to work extra hard today to be good.  I have already re-positioned him in the classroom, so we shall see! I will let you know this afternoon how his day went. " 
 So, after two days on red I get this awesome email at the end of the next day...before he had even gotten home on the bus.

"He got GREEN today!!  He worked really hard today and I am so proud of him!"
On Monday he bounded out of bed at 10 minutes after 5... yes A.M.  It was like he was possessed by tigger.   He was running all over the house, mouth going a mile a minute.  I wrote her an email (as she usually reads them first thing in the a.m.) 

 Subject Line:  FAIR WARNING:
 - my message to her read:  
Aiden bounded out of bed with the energy of 10 cheetah cubs this a.m.   I wish sleep had that affect on me!   Hope he has calmed by the time he gets to you.  Have a great day.
At the end of the day as I was walking to my car...I notice an email on my phone from her.... I pop it open and begin to read as I am walking....  and by the time I get to my car I am laughing so hard.... 

Thanks for warning, but I read this a little too late! He has been at full speed all day!! If only we had a ¼ of his energy.  He did get on yellow today for playing in the restroom.  He was putting his hand in the toilet while another student was flushing it.  Of course, no logical reason was given.  I sanitized his hands, told him how nasty that was and if he did it again his hand might fall off (not sure he believed me).  The things they do for entertainment! 
And so it begins folks....   
 


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