Another word we could use for the monthly Essential Rewards package in Young Living (now called "Loyalty Program") is "Monthly Wellness Box". It is the box that you get to design yourself depending on what your needs and your family needs are in any particular month. You change, delete, and add products, and then Young Living will process it on the day you choose for them to do so, then promptly ship it right to your door, arriving within a week.
So.... how do you get to enjoy the Loyalty (autoship) Program without falling out of your family's "monthly budget" (which is always wise to have, of course)?
1. See what your WEEKLY household income is, depending on how many weeks are in that particular month. Some months have 4 weeks, and some have 5, so if you get paid weekly, you will get an extra paycheck four months out of the year.
***If you get paid once a month, then divide it by 4 or 5 (depending on the weeks) in that particular month.
2. Decide what is 10% of that. For example, if you get $1,000 a week, then 10% of that would be $100 per week.
3. Set that 10% aside immediately into another "savings" account so that you don't get tempted to spend it on other things.
4. Add up the money you saved and that is how much you get to spend that month on your wellness box! Don't worry about the pricing.... just know you have that much to spend and don't go under or over (at least not by much - stay within that amount as much as possible)
That's it!! Whatever you get on the Loyalty Program is something you will not need to get elsewhere, so that can easily be saving you money you used to spend in other places, and you simplified your life by adding it to your Young Living monthly wellness package, having Young Living ship it to directly to your door. You stay more organized too since you have to start noticing what things you will need in your home that month - what oils, what supplements, what personal care products, what household cleaning products, etc. You will thank me later once you see how AMAZING it is to be on this program.
You get rewarded for simplifying your life, learning to budget your money, and helping others do the same thing so that they can also simplify their life as they enhance their lifestyle.
As far as the opportunity goes - it’s about asking people to simply SHARE their experience with Young Living and help enroll those who desire to get a membership with this company; the company desires to compensate us financially for doing that, so why would we feel bad about allowing them to do that? We WANT to be on the Loyalty Rewards autoship Program anyway, and we want others to know how they could benefit from having an account with Young Living anyway, just as we have.... right? 🤔