The peeps over at Ripple Street (Formerly known as Houseparty) have a new opportunity. This is great if you and your friends and/or family are on the keto lifestyle or have wanted to learn more about Keto.
Host a SlimFast Keto Made Easy Party
Invite your friends over to see how easy a Keto diet can be with the help of SlimFast Keto. Download the new SlimFast Together App and learn about the convenient meal planning tool that includes an automatic macro calculator and a large database of Keto foods and recipes. Review features such as a tracker for weight loss, meals, snacks, water, and daily exercise activity. Everyone will love sampling the delicious SlimFast Keto appetizers you make together, plus delicious SlimFast Keto snacks and bars. It’s the most convenient way to get started on the SlimFast Keto Plan with everything you need right at your fingertips. This is Keto made easy™.
This event is only open to residents of the contiguous US.
If you’re selected and confirmed as a host, your exclusive Party Pack will contain:
- SlimFast Keto items
- SlimFast Together mobile app instructions
- And more
*Based on the SlimFast Plan (a reduced-calorie diet, regular exercise, and plenty of fluids). Individual results may vary. Read label prior to use. Check with your doctor if nursing, pregnant, under 18, or following a doctor prescribed diet.
To learn more or apply, click here.
You’ve probably heard or read about bartering to save money, but you aren’t sure where to start, or how it works. I’m here to demystify it for you!
I barter all the time! Thankfully, a lot of my friends have large vegetable and fruit gardens, fruit trees, or chickens produce eggs. I trade my time and services that I can provide for these things. I love to trade my ability and skill with sewing for farm fresh eggs. The price of eggs in California is insane! A dozen eggs can be almost $6.00, depending on where you shop.
Here are a few tips that I recommend you try in order to stretch your budget with the use of bartering:
Step One: Make a list of the skills you have. Can you sew? Can you babysit? Do you have a lawnmower and some free time to mow lawns? There are lots of things that you can do the people need help with. Maybe you have a great eye for organization and you could help a friend or a neighbor organize their pantry or their garage. Maybe you Love to clean? You can use that skill to either earn money or to barter for goods and services that you need. Maybe you have an overflowing garden or hen house!
Step Two: Make a list of stuff that you need. Do you need help sewing, cleaning house, or do you need to stretch your grocery budget a little bit further with the help of homegrown fruits and vegetables, farm fresh eggs?
Step Three: Ask!
Ask your friends or if you’re feeling shy post on your Facebook page or whatever social media that you use. If you’d like to get a broader reach you can even post on websites like craigslist or fiverr.com.
You’d be surprised at what kind of offers you get!
I’d love to hear about the types of things you barter for!