Aria definitely doesn’t need plexus 😍😍
As I’ve mentioned previously I plan on documenting my day to day. Not only for the benefit of my readers but for mine and my doctors’. I am an honest woman. You could leave me with a case of a million dollars and I would watch it for you [unlike George Costanza I will not wear your clothes around NYC]. I will be 100% open about my Plexus experience whether it is positive or negative.
On a whim yesterday I made the decision to sign up for Plexus. I initially got on their website to check out the tummy products and wanted to see how much it would be to purchase retail vs preferred. The price was lower and it’s only $34 annually so definitely worth it. There was a pleasant surprise waiting for me with an even lower price and a special [doesn’t happen often] going on. My sponsor, and friend, Mary sent me samples last week so I’m going to try them out while waiting for my supplies. I’m excited to get started and praying that these products will help with my fibromyalgia and other issues. I also plan on posting a “before” picture though I am not in this for weight loss.
Hey my name is Kayla and I’m 28 years old; I have a wonderful husband, Nate, and a beautiful daughter, Aria. Together we live in a small home in Western Michigan with our 5 pets! 2 rabbits, 2 cats, and a dog. I have suffered with fibromyalgia, anxiety, and allergies for the past 8 years or so. I have a mild case of IBS that was diagnosed at age 14 (it was much more severe then). I am currently taking Cymbalta, mucinex, singulair, vitamin b & d, and Tylenol or ibuprofen for occasional pain. I can sleep 10 hours a night and still feel tired during the day. The fibromyalgia causes me to not want to be touched at times and out of the blue I get quite annoyed with my surroundings. Definitely not a good thing when you’re trying to raise a child… I love my husband and daughter so much and I don’t want them to have to ask me if I “took my medicine” because I’m not feeling well, acting off, or falling asleep at 1pm on a Saturday. Nate went to school with Mary and they have remained great friends since. Mary has sold Plexus for a couple of years or so now and swears by it. She has an autoimmune disease and swears by Plexus. Being that we are friends on Facebook Mary has seen my multiple posts – “I have laryngitis for the 2nd time this month” “I have the stomach flu again” “I’m sick…AGAIN!” etc. and has contacted me a couple of times to tell me how Plexus has changed her life. She has been so helpful and has even sent me YouTube testimonials about people with fibromyalgia who have used Plexus and feel much better. That’s great! But let me share a secret about myself – I’m a skeptic. This sounds too good to be true, no? I’m kind of a freak when it comes to medication (I refuse to get the flu shot because I don’t trust it… see what I mean?! My medic husband gets upset with me because of this) and I don’t like to take something that I don’t know much about. I have been scouring the internet trying to find everything bad about Plexus and then telling Mary about my doubts. She said that she felt the same way and did research for almost a year. Now that I have done my research and feel quite confident in the products one more problem has to be solved: money. It’s so expensive. $140 for the package I need, and that’s per month. If I really like Plexus I could also sell it making the price go down some and if I sold quite a bit I could even get it for free which would be fabulous. Nate and I are in the process of putting our home up for sale and searching for another one in our price range which has been difficult. Add that stress to the stress of some rich yuppy building a tiny rental home 8 feet away from our property and I have an anxious life. Based on the testimonials of others I’m hoping that I can stop the majority of my medication and only have to take Plexus from now on which will save money as well. With all of this being said I’ve decided to bite the bullet and starting taking Plexus full time. I plan on reporting my first 60 days, every day. My goal is to write an honest testimonial that others will be able to base their decisions off of. Here goes nothing!