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, I look forward to hearing from you!

Is Your Family Ready for the Back-to-School Rush? | Sandi Parkey Pink Zebra Independent Consultant

Whether you are a Pink Zebra consultant, a SAHM or a mom who works outside the home, we’re all dealing with the same issue right now (or will be soon), which is getting the children back into a school routine.

It can be hard to find your groove as a new school season gets underway, which is why I want to share a few tips.

Get Back Into a School Routine

Chances are that your kids have spent the summer days staying up late and sleeping in. Now that school’s back in session, it’s time to start getting back on a normal schedule.

Begin by getting your children back into an age-appropriate sleep routine. According to the Sleep Foundation, school-aged children need between nine and 11 hours of sleep every night.

If your children are getting less sleep than you think they need, gradually move bedtime back a little bit each night until your kids are waking up each morning well-rested.

You also want to make sure that you are starting your child’s day with a healthy breakfast and providing a healthy lunch. It’s essential to fuel your little one’s body to give him or her the energy needed to power through learning.

Finally, you also want to make sure that you are giving your children an after-school routine they can get used to. For example, when they get home for school, perhaps provide an after-school snack with free time that lasts for an hour or two before homework needs to start.

Then have them do their work during the time you are getting dinner ready so that after dinner, they can begin to wind down before the bedtime routine begins.

Are you looking for a career that can help you provide financially for your family while also allowing you to be there for your children? Contact me today about joining the Pink Zebra team!