Sandi Parkey Pink Zebra Presidential Director and Independent Consultant

Sandi Parkey - Presidential Director - Pink Zebra

Hello! Welcome to the blog of Sandi Parkey, Presidential Director and an independent consultant of Pink Zebra! If you’re new to Pink Zebra, we are a specialty home fragrance company famous for our environmentally friendly soy wax beads. Starting off as a stay-at-home-mom, I decided that I wanted to earn some additional income on the side, and I discovered Pink Zebra! Now, I am the highest ranking Pink Zebra consultant, as well as the top earner. If fact, I am the first and only million dollar earner in the company! I have been with Pink Zebra for seven years now, and I would love to tell you all about my journey as a consultant. I have a wonderful team, and if you’re looking to be a high earner in direct sales, join Pink Zebra’s #1 team today! I take the time to work with each of my team members to help them on their path to success which is why my team is number one in net volume and set a company record for net sales volume! It’s never too late to pursue your dreams and join a family passionate about our products. Call 931-787-4867 or email me at sandiparkey@gmail.com, I look forward to hearing from you!

3 Tricks for Carving Out More Quality Time With Your Kids | Sandi Parkey Pink Zebra Independent Consultant

It is extremely easy to get to the point in life where your mindset is always go…go…go!

However, that is not the way life is meant to be, especially when you have children. Instead, you want to make sure you are not missing out on those moments with your children by finding ways to make time even when your schedule is absolutely insane.

Fortunately, as a Pink Zebra consultant, I have plenty of experience with finding ways to carve out time with the ones who matter. Read on as I share a few ideas.

Go Back to the Old School Way of Thinking

Was everything really so bad back in the day? We weren’t always glued to our cell phones, and we actually talked with one another face to face rather than over text.

Perhaps it is time to bring back some of those old-school values, especially when it comes to interacting with your children.

Therefore, take a moment to look back at your own childhood. What are some ways you enjoyed spending time with your parents? How were they able to make time for you growing up? Or if they were just as busy, how do you wish they would have made time for you? Then, use that same thought process when creating time for your own children.

Make a Weekly Date With Your Family

You schedule important work meetings and doctor appointments, right? Right! So, why not schedule a time each week to spend quality time with your family?

Better yet, make it the same day and time every week so that your entire family recognizes that as family time.

During this time you can play a board game, go for a bike ride or even cook dinner together for a dinner and movie night. No matter what you choose, just make sure it is an activity that the entire family can do together.

Make Some Room

Some women nowadays have a “She Shed,” while some men have their “Man Cave.”

Shouldn’t there be that one room in the home that your children can go to in order to relax that isn’t their bedroom? Carve out a playroom—and make it a place where kids can spend time in comfort. And then make sure you’re spending some time in there with them!

Are you looking for a job that allows you the freedom to spend more time with your children? Learn how you can join my Pink Zebra team by visiting my website today!

School Is Out...But Work Is Not | Sandi Parkey Pink Zebra Independent Consultant

The kids have probably been counting down until the last day of school for a while. And while you are excited about having them home this summer, work doesn’t stop.

As a Pink Zebra consultant, I am familiar with the need to balance work with family time. That’s why I want to offer tips on how you can entertain the kiddos during the summer months while still getting work done at home.

Make a Summer Plan Now

It doesn’t take too many days off of school before the kids start yelling, I’m bored! So go ahead and get a plan in place now for how you can keep them entertained while you are being productive.

Anyone Up for a Play Date?

Chances are you are not the only parent with the need for summer care. However, caregiving in the summer can become expensive—fast.

So talk with your friends about their plans for the summer and consider hosting a summer play date group where everyone takes turns taking the kids throughout the week so that others are able to get work done! That way you know your kids are in good hands, having fun with other kids and you are not having to spend an arm and a leg for child care.

Keep the Learning Going

During the day, set up educational stations for the kids to go through while you are performing work tasks. For instance, for one hour they can listen to an audiobook, the next hour play an educational game on the iPad, and so on and so forth!

That way you do not have to worry about sticking the children in front of a TV while you get work done. Instead, they’ll be spending time having fun while also learning—and you can get some work done.

Who Is Ready for Summer Camp?

Has your child ever been to camp? There are a number of options available during the summer months. From day camps to overnight camps, do your research to find what type of camp is best suited for your child.

Are you looking for a job that allows you to have more time with your family? Visit my website today to learn how you can join my team and make your own hours!

Planning a Family-Friendly Memorial Day Party | Sandi Parkey Pink Zebra Independent Consultant

Memorial Day is right around the corner. Are you in charge of hosting the holiday weekend?

Let me put my planning skills as a Pink Zebra consultant to the test by giving you some ideas on how to plan a fun and memorable Memorial Day weekend party!

Take the Memorial Day Party Outdoors

If the weather behaves itself, plan on spending Memorial Day outside!

You can set up a long table and chairs for guests to sit and enjoy a meal, while your backyard can have games spaced out for both children and adults—such as bean bags, volleyball, ring toss, horseshoes, baseball, soccer and badminton.

Make the Cooking Easy on Yourself

When hosting a large number of people for the holiday weekend, you want to make sure you are able to spend time with your guests. If you are stuck behind the grill all day, then you risk missing out on all the Memorial Day fun.

Who says burgers and hot dogs have to be on the menu? Instead, cook up pizzas on the grill so that the grill is doing most of the cooking—not you!

And better yet—you can even get the kids involved by allowing them to create their own pizzas using a variety of toppings!

Plan a Movie Ending

You are already outside, so why not put up an outdoor movie screen and end the holiday with a family-friendly movie! Not only will your neighbors be grateful that you chose a movie over fireworks to end the night, but you will always remember the time you watched a movie right in your own backyard!

And isn’t that the whole point of a holiday—to make memories?

Now that you have all your ducks in a row for your Memorial Day gathering, it is time to check out my website to see my latest collection of Sprinkles, Shades and much more that will fit in perfectly with your decor!

The Tips You Need to Host the Ultimate Bridal Shower | Sandi Parkey Pink Zebra Independent Consultant

Did your best friend recently get engaged? What better time than now to plan the ultimate bridal shower?

And better yet, let my planning skills as a Pink Zebra consultant lend you a helping hand when putting together the best bridal shower possible!

Time to Celebrate the Bride

A lot goes into throwing a bridal shower, but that doesn’t mean it has to be all work and no play! In fact, throwing a bridal shower can be a great time, especially when it comes to making your bestie feel special during this time.

Let’s take a look at some tips for throwing the best bridal shower for your friend:

First, you want to make sure you get an idea of what your friend is looking for in her own bridal shower if she knows about it. If you are trying to surprise her, mum’s the word.

But if she is in the know, then you want to make sure you get an idea of what she wants, including a theme and people she is wanting to have in attendance. Then, once you get a good idea of what she wants, it is all up to you to put it together.

Where Is the Venue?

The first thing you need to consider is where you will be hosting the bridal shower. Depending on the theme, venue ideas for the bridal shower might include:

  • A restaurant

  • Park

  • Banquet hall

  • A home

Once you get a venue in place, then you will be more able to know how many people you can invite, what decorations you will need and so on.

What Will Be Involved in the Festivities?

Once you have all the bridal shower to-dos taken care of, like the venue, food and decorations, then it’s time to decide how you want things to go.

Do you just want to have an open shower where people snack and talk as they please? Or do you want to have cocktails, a sit down meal, music, games and presents?

You’ll want to plan it all out carefully so that nothing is overlooked.

Now that you know what it takes to throw the ultimate bridal shower, now it is time to find the perfect gift! Check out my website today to see my latest collection of Sprinkles, Shades and much more!