Going Green Offers a Great Business Opportunity




Wife, mom, musician, caregiver, wellness advocate and business owner Angelina Morris not only advises people about non-toxic and environmentally friendly products that her own family uses, but loves to help people get started on their own independent, home-based business.
       She says, “I found a company that has more than 600 products available from household to personal care for the entire family, to luxury beauty products comparable with high-end department store brands; it was easy to change the way I shopped. Nutritionally, there are food and weight products that cater to the workout enthusiast, and snacks and beverages for the entire family that are also gluten-free and kosher. New products for 2018 include premium organic coffees and teas.”

       Morris says that deciding to build a business and work from home with a company that offers quality healthy lifestyle products was a game-changer. “I was able to stay home for my kids and take care of my mom while building a business,” she shares. “I connect people with the opportunities and experiences of living a healthier lifestyle physically and financially. Making a positive difference while helping others is important, but knowing I am leaving a legacy for my family through this business is a blessing.”

For more information, email AngiMorris@comcast.net or visit LivingWellGoGreen.com and WorkAtHomeUnited.com/goodlife.

 

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