I became so enthralled with the flexible-work offering from American Gold & Diamond Buyers in last week’s enewletter that I failed to introduce you to Butterfly’s March “Mom Mentor”, Courtney Cachet. We met Courtney in the NJ Love Sac store for our one-on-one video interview and couldn’t help but to bust out singing, “Love Shack, Baby Love Shack!”  The irony of the play-on-words is that the Love Sac store actually turned into a “Love Shack” because we fell-in love with Courtney and with her comfy-chic furniture line!  Watch what happened when Courtney took a chance and see how this successful mom of two has become a go-to resource for national TV and print outlets.

 

Let yourself become empowered by Courtney’s personal journey and by the manyresourceful uploads this month:

  1. 3 Ways to Break the Ball and Chain of Debt for good
  2. Financial Tips- Get the Credit you Deserve
  3. Back-to-School for Moms
  4. How to Deal with Just About any Boss
  5. Tips in Choosing an Ideal Customer

 

Stay-tuned for our upcoming contest, later this month, with Mabel’s Labels where you could win a pack of labels for all of your child’s belongings that tend to go astray.  Introduce yourself to Butterfly member, Julie Cole, owner of Mabel’s and mother of SIX! 

March is packed with the kind of edit that makes you feel as good as spring does.  Enjoy!

 

Best,

Bradi

Co-Founder and Mother

Work/Life Advocate

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