Jillblue

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  • Why I Love Working From Home...


  • Journal Posts

    Does Your Child Love or Hate Vegetables?

    by Jillblue posted at 8:13 AM on May. 25 , 2011

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    What are some Reasons you want to Work from Home?

    by Jillblue posted at 5:10 AM on Jan. 8 , 2010

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    Join me in creating income streams!

    by Jillblue posted at 10:09 PM on Dec. 28 , 2009

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    Only $1 to JOIN...WOW!

    by Jillblue posted at 7:56 PM on Dec. 1 , 2009

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    Now Hiring for WAH!

    by Jillblue posted at 1:35 PM on Nov. 30 , 2009

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  • Personal Statement

    My name is Jill and I am blessed to have an adorable son.  He is almost 5 now!  I waited for him for a long time and he is so precious to me.  I also have a wonderful husband, Chris.  We were married in April 2005 and have known each other for over fifteen years! 

    After finishing university, I became Marketing Manager in the Rum industry.  The company downsized after ten years, so I changed careers and became a teacher, which I loved. 

    I am lucky enough to stay at home with my son.  I have found a business that allows me to help others, work from home and spend time with my child. 

    My focus is on helping others...I can help you with whatever type of business you have.  The training I have received is from the top in the network marketing field! 

    So if you would like help with your current business or want to start a new one I am here to help you!

    Need mindset, marketing and business help?  Just ask!

    Sincerely,

    Jill Ann Bromwich

     

  • FOR YOUR FUTURE

    I'm looking to HELP & WORK with MOTIVATED moms who WANT THE BEST FOR THEIR FAMILY and FUTURE!

    I'm looking for WOMEN who see the best in EVERY SITUATION!

    BUT, if you want MINDSET training I can help too!

    If you EMBRACE LIFE and want to EARN AN INCOME FROM HOME or make extra MONEY......contact me!

    I'm here to HELP YOU!!!

    Jill

    905-859-0340

     

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    Believe in your Dreams and Succeed!

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    Determination?

    Dedication?

    Most of All.... Do You Have HEART?

    I KNOW YOU DO... Do YOU Know You do?

    Do You DREAM BIG? What is YOUR DREAM for Life?

    I am looking for Moms who want to CHANGE their Lives and achieve their dreams!

    TRULY Believe in YOU and YOUR SUCCESS!

    I take PRIDE and have PASSION for Helping each and every Mom who joins me!

    We want to see you happy and living the life you DESERVE!

    My team and I are here to help you! 

    Write me here or at JillAnn@bell.net

    Or visit my site and fill out the form for a free newsletter to receive free articles and information.

    Jill

    http://www.wise2success.com/

     

     

     

  • Where to Find Me

  • Be Safe and Go Green!

     

    You may know the difference, but your child won't.

    Ask me how you can buy safer products for your family that don't contain harmful ingredients like formaldehyde, ammonia, chlorine bleach and other cancer causing ingredients. 

    It's not just the cleaners that can harm your children, these types of caustic ingredients may also be found in shampoo, conditioner, lotions, etc. 

    My team will help you make healthy choices for your family!  Please contact me for more details, I would be happy to help you.

    Jill

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  • ASTHMA and Household Cleaning Products

    Asthma & Household Cleaning Products
    Text from
    www.WomenAndEnvironment.org

    Certain chemicals in common cleaning products have been associated with increased prevalence of asthma, exacerbations of asthma symptoms, and respiratory ailments.

    Monoethanolamine (MEA), a surfactant found in some laundry detergents, all-purpose cleaners and floor cleaners and is a known inducer of occupational asthma

    Ammonium quaternary compounds, disinfectants found in some disinfectant sprays and toilet cleaners that have been identified as inducers of occupational asthma

    Phthalates,carriers for fragrance in glass cleaners, deodorizers, laundry detergents and fabric softeners, and are linked to increased allergic symptoms and asthma in children

    Could these chemicals found in common cleaning products be exacerbating your asthma?

     Asthma is a growing health condition in the United States, particularly among children

    • The incidence of asthma is rising in the U. S. An estimated 20 million people, including 6.1 million children, have asthma.[1] Asthma accounts for more than 14 million outpatient clinic visits and nearly 2 million emergency room visits each year.[2]
    • Asthma is the most common serious chronic childhood disease, and is the third-ranking cause of hospitalization of children under age 15.
    • A 2004 report from the National Center for Health Statistics states that the incidence of asthma among preschool-aged children rose by 160% between 1980 and 1994, [3] accounting for 14 million missed school days each year and $3.2 million in treatment expenses.[4]
    • According to the Centers for Disease Control, an estimated 9 million children (12.5% of children, or one out of 13) under 18 years of age in the United States have had asthma diagnosed at some time in their lives. (no reference in report either)

    Cleaning product use has been shown to exacerbate or increase the incidence of asthma and respiratory effects in children

    • A 2004 study in the United Kingdom published in the journal Thorax[5]found that frequent use of household products was associated with persistent wheezing among pre-school age children.
    • Other recent studies have shown that exposure to household cleaning chemicals increases the likelihood of asthma among children.[6]
    • Past studies have also shown that institutional cleaning chemicals used in schools have impacts on asthma and other respiratory problems in school age children.[7]

    The incidence of occupational asthma in cleaning workers provides cause for concern for household cleaning products

    While there is scant research available on asthma in individuals caused by the cleaning products they use in their homes, research on the incidence of occupational asthma among cleaning workers clearly demonstrates a link with exposure to cleaning chemicals.

     

    • A January 2001 study published by the American Journal of Industrial Medicine reported that janitorial workers have twice the rate of occupational asthma than other workers.[8]
    • In New York, a study of urban minority asthma sufferers revealed that 61% of individuals working in janitorial jobs reported exacerbations of their asthma symptoms associated with their workplace.
    • In Spain, several asthma studies of more than 4,000 women highlight the impacts of working in the domestic cleaning industry. One study found that women who did (or had done) domestic cleaning work had a much higher prevalence of asthma than women who had never done domestic cleaning work. Researchers concluded that 25% of asthma cases seen in study participants were linked to domestic cleaning work.[9]

    If you'd like more information on how you can get safe cleaning and personal care products in your home that WORK BETTER and COST A LOT LESS than the local market, please send me a message and I'd be happy to share this with you.  It's changed our family for the better!

    Jill

    MOMS DELIVERING WELLNESS

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  • If your child has Eczema you should read this!

    What are the causes of eczema?

    • Eczema has genetic predisposition, as well as environmental factors(allergens). The child usually has other allergic disease, like asthma, allergic rhinitis or urticaria.
    • Environmental factors include food and contact allergent, common ones are:
      • milk or egg protein,...
      • woolen clothing, detergent or additives,...
      • food like peanuts, food additives,...
      • animal like cats, dogs, rabbit....

    How to manage a child with eczema?

    • Usually, one has to see a doctor to make sure it is eczema, because there are many other conditions, which look very similar:
      • Seborrhoeic dermatitis
      • Contact dermatitis
      • Fungal dermatitis
      • Psoriasis
      • Insect bites
      • Scabies
    • The most important thing is to avoid the allergen, if known. Of course, it is easier said than done.
    • Doctor's treatment is usually supportive:
      • cold tar, emulsifying ointment
      • weakest strength of steroid application
      • antihistamine, (scratching makes it worst)
      • topical or oral antibiotics for bacterial exacerbations
    • Prognosis is good:
      • 70% recovered at 2-5 years of age
      • 15% mild eczema persist to adulthood
      • 15% more difficult course

    Contact me if you'd like more information.  I've spoken with moms that have tried for years to find relief for their child.  As a last resort, they tried our products and the symptoms were cleared in 2-3 days!  We beat Eucerin in a double blind study ..... 7 to 1!   

    I'm not going to try to sell you products.  I'm going to show you how you can purchase items that will give you amazing results - at the WHOLESALE price!

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    Lb128f wrote at 7:36 PM on Mar. 27 , 2012

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  • FIBROMYALGIA

    Fibromyalgia

    Fibromyalgia is a common condition characterized by long-term, body-wide pain and tender points in joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Fibromyalgia has also been linked to fatigue, morning stiffness, sleep problems, headaches, numbness in hands and feet, depression, and anxiety.

    Fibromyalgia can develop on its own or along with other musculoskeletal conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus.

    Causes, incidence, and risk factors

    The cause of this disorder is unknown. Physical or emotional trauma may play a role in development of the syndrome. Some evidence suggests that fibromyalgia patients have abnormal pain transmission responses.

    It has been suggested that sleep disturbances, which are common in fibromyalgia patients, may actually cause the condition. Another theory suggests that the disorder may be associated with changes in skeletal muscle metabolism, possibly caused by decreased blood flow, which could cause chronic fatigue and weakness.

    Others have suggested that an infectious microbe, such as a virus, triggers the illness. At this point, no such virus or microbe has been identified.

    Pilot studies have shown a possible inherited tendency toward the disease, though evidence is very preliminary.

    The disorder has an increased frequency among women 20 to 50 years old. The prevalence of the disease has been estimated between 0.7% and 13% for women, and between 0.2% and 3.9% for men.

    Symptoms

    The overwhelming characteristic of fibromyalgia is long-standing, body-wide pain with defined tender points. Tender points are distinct from trigger points seen in other pain syndromes. Unlike tender points, trigger points can occur in isolation and represent a source of radiating pain, even in the absence of direct pressure.

    Fibromyalgia pain can mimic the pain that occurs with various types of arthritis. However, the significant swelling, destruction, and deformity of joints seen in diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis does not occur with fibromyalgia syndrome alone.

    The soft-tissue pain of fibromyalgia is described as deep-aching, radiating, gnawing, shooting or burning, and ranges from mild to severe. Fibromyalgia sufferers tend to wake up with body aches and stiffness.

    For some patients, pain improves during the day and increases again during the evening, though many patients with fibromyalgia have day-long, unrelenting pain. Pain can increase with activity, cold or damp weather, anxiety, and stress.

    Specific symptoms:

    • Multiple tender areas (muscle and joint pain) on the back of the neck, shoulders, sternum, lower back, hips, shins, elbows, knees.
    • Fatigue
    • Sleep disturbances
    • Body Aches
    • Reduced Exercise tolerance
    • Chronic facial muscle pain or aching

    My wellness company has products that will help with Fibromyalgia.

    For more information please contact me!

    Jill

    Moms Delivering Wellness

     

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    Open the door to safe products & a safe future for your family!

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