A little about me….Kristi Danielwicz. I’m a wife and mother of three. My oldest son and my youngest two, who are girl/boy twins, are 18 years apart in age. What was I thinking, right? HA! I wouldn’t trade it for the world. I’m a Midwestern girl, born in Chicago, grew up in the South Suburbs and I’m a die-hard Chicago Cubs, Bears, Blackhawks and Bulls fan!
I met my husband in 2002 while we were working at the railroad together and we began dating in 2003. He took a job transfer in 2005 to Michigan and I decided to go with! We spent about 2 years there before he took a job in Canada, I’m talking Swiss Family Robinson Canada, and it was 30 days before our wedding! Middle of nowhere British Columbia is where we spent the first 18 months of our married life together. The cold temps and the distance from family proved to be too much for me, so I moved back home with my son and waited for my husband to get a transfer home. We’ve been back in the South Suburbs now since 2008. All of my immediate family has left the Chicago area for a warmer climate, they are all in Florida now and I consider that my home away from home. I love to travel and I am truly a beach girl at heart, the Caribbean is my favorite travel destination! Summer is my favorite season and I would live at the beach if given the opportunity. I love going to concerts and seeing my favorite artists live. As a fan there is nothing better than singing and dancing for hours at a concert and waking up in the morning with no voice from belting out the tunes all night long.
I joined Perfectly Posh in July 2014, on a whim. I was with two other direct sales companies at the time and I had no intention to actually sell Posh. I simply wanted to earn some money back on the products I was already buying from someone else. I had never actually been to a Posh party, only picked products out from a website. I was invited by a friend twice and couldn’t make it due to my husbands job. See, I have been a stay at home mom to my twins since 2011 and his work hours are funky and always changing. So I was a good little customer, reordering from the same consultant that I never met. Occasionally ordering from social selling groups on Facebook when it hit me. Hey, why don’t you just join and earn some money back on all those products you are buying. Because let’s face it, you are a product whore and it’s not going to end anytime soon. So I did. I joined under the very consultant whom I never met. Man was that a shock to her!
Nothing happened according to plan. I let some friends know I joined, asked a couple of them if they wanted to come over and try the products. $1000 and a couple days later, I had already hit a significant rank advance within my first 15 days. Whoa! Could this company and these products be what I was looking for all these years? Could these products really change my life and help me bring an income in while staying at home with my kids? I immediately fell in love with everything Posh offered. The business plan, the products, the newness of the company that was almost 3 years old, the potential this baby company had to grow into something huge.
I have since earned multiple awards, a couple rank advancements, some incentive trips, bonuses, and lots of prizes. I found my passion. I found what was missing in my life and I made it work for me. I work from home still even though my littles are in Kindergarten. I can work from my desk or in the car on my phone. The best thing to come from my business is me being able to help support my family by using and sharing products that are simply amazing. My husband, my adult son and my twins all use Posh. I find comfort in knowing they can walk into my office and grab a bar of soap or face wash and I know they are unintentionally taking care of their skin. Along the way I have learned a lot about what goes into products and it’s actually quite appalling. At Posh we are all Made in the USA, we are free of unnatural fillers and instead loaded with naturally based oils and butters and fruit extracts. My skin has never looked so good. I love that I can raise my daughter and teach her from a young age what it means to take care of her skin.
Posh has brought so many great people and things into my life. I hate to use the word “work” because most days don’t feel like work. I’m doing exactly what I’m supposed to be doing. I’m sharing amazing products and I’m teaching people how to take time for themselves. I’m showing friends and family that it is OK to put on a face mask on a Wednesday night while you veg out in front of the TV. I’m showing my daughter what it means to take pride in her skin and feel good on the inside as well as the outside. I’m sharing with the world a brand you can feel good about and not feel guilty when you splurge on them. I was given the gift of Posh, it’s my pleasure teaching people how to continue on this pampering pursuit.