Anyway, I came across the name of the company over a year and a half ago. It was on a sidebar of a blog like mine is over there to the right. I think it might have been a post with a review and giveaway or something. So I clicked on the link and requested information about joining OO as a custom living locket designer.
The company was started by a 14 year old girl named Bella. She wanted a car for her 16th birthday, so her mom told her she'd better get a job soon. She started hosting parties and selling these floating lockets to friends and family. The company grew. Insanely fast. Origami Owl jewelry can be customized for anyone. Basically, tell me your story. I have a few designs I wear regularly to remind me how close my daughters and I came to not being here last July.
By the time I heard of it in October of 2012, it had grown so fast they had a waiting list for new designers. So there I sat. On a waiting list. For over a year.
If you know anything about me, you'll know I'm not much for waiting. Ever. So I forgot about it completely. In the mean time, I was in a car accident resulting in a neck injury that requires surgery. So I couldn't continue working my "regular" job. So in October of 2013, a gal emailed me at lucyballslife @ gmail. She asked if I was still interested in joining Origami Owl as a designer.
I love to create jewelry and the story of how the company started resonated with me. I've always been a cheerleader for empowering ourselves to follow our dreams. My love of blogging and my blogger friends comes from my deep affection for sharing our amazing stories. Origami Owl is all about celebrating those stories through jewelry. Most of you who are bloggers have worked very hard to make blogging a source of income. And the two really go hand in hand. I joined immediately.
Since October, I haven't stopped flying by the seat of my pants! It has been crazy! I literally wear my jewelry designs and people ask me how they can buy it. No pushy sales or boring parties. I'm able to work from home doing what I love most. Talking. And wearing jewelry I design. And posting pictures and blogs on social media. The income I've made from it so far has more than made up for my lack of employment.
Now I'm sure you're thinking to yourself, "Self? This here, Lucy girl is totally trying to recruit me." And you would be absolutely correct. Here's the thing. This company is such an amazing company to work for. They take care of everything. And I love the philosophy they have about life.
Be a force for good. Find joy in the journey. Life is a gift.
Plus, they absolutely encourage Mother-Daughter design teams, which is what my daughter and I do. Bella believes our young girls have the potential to succeed at whatever they dream of doing just like she did. Who can argue with that?
Click here to JOIN.
One, because #O2 is based on a pyramid model. The more designers my team recruits, the more we ALL benefit in commission.
Two, the company is not going anywhere but up. You may have seen Bella on Good Morning America? The company has the most outstanding marketing and support out there. And the charms that have been retired are already highly collectible and they are constantly developing new exclusive designs.
Three, because if you join me by March 31, you can get a free custom #OO iPad. How cool is that?
Thanks for reading!