My “Why”

For everyone just joining us, my name is Jessica! Hopefully you’ve already seen my little tidbits on my health journey so far, but now I’m going to tell you another story, a little more serious one.

So you *fingers crossed* read about how I became a promoter for It Works, and how I’ve actually used them and you’ve seen my results! Well, now I’m going to tell you why I decided to become a promoter in the first place.

Like I said, I’m in nursing school! Well, throughout *almost* the entire college the grading scale is a 10 point sscale. so 90-100 is an A, 80-89 is a B, 70-79 is a C and so on. Well, nursing school is different. We are on a 7 point scale. 92.5-100 is an A, 84.5-92.4 is a B, and 77.5-84.4 is a C. (I include the tenth of a point because those are what give us life)

WELL, ladies and gentlemen, to keep my scholarship from my school my GPA must be a 3.0 or higher. Should be easy for a high school valedictorian. WRONG. I busted my butt. I still lost my scholarship. Because I made an 84.3 (which if you remember is a C). So, this dropped my GPA for the semester to below a 3.0, therefore resulting in me losing my scholarship. So I have been left with the task of coming up with thousands of dollars for tuition, but how?

And that’s why I joined this company. I saw the chance at a $10,000 bonus (which is still available BTW). So I literally couldn’t afford not to try it, and so far I’ve been doing AMAZING. I am working hard, kicking butt, and within a month of joining I am halfway to getting my $10,000 bonus! I’ve made amazing money so far that I am able to put back for tuition, plus I am helping other people on their health journeys while also working on my own *insert green heart emoji*

Well, rewind a few months. My baby (AKA my dog Dakota) came into my life! He is the sweetest, most energetic, loving dog I have ever met! He was a stray and about to be sent to the pound, so I saved him. After making sure he wasn’t microchipped I had the vet check him for EVERYTHING.

The vet said that Dakota looked great! He was a healthy 18 month old husky/lab mix and couldn’t be doing better! Except…the vet told us that his heartworm screen came back positive. So my new baby has heartworms. If you aren’t familiar with the treatment, it is lengthy and expensive. So along with tuition and my fur baby, I had no choice but to join. I joined my my future, my baby, and to help others.

This has been one of the best decisions I have ever made, and maybe you’re in a similar situation, or totally different. You just know you need that money, contact me! This is for the mom who wants more time with her family, for the college student needing to pay rent, for the man tired of living paycheck to paycheck. THIS IS FOR YOU! Don’t tell yourself it’s not. If you need it, then this is for you, have some faith in yourself and in God and take that first step. You won’t regret it.

BTW here’s a picture of Dakota and I 🙂