Like wine?

If you like wine and have been looking for a side gig, THE STARS HAVE ALIGNED.

It’s Scout & Cellar’s 4th birthday this month, and I have a special offer for the first three people who join me on this amazing wine-loving/sharing journey in August.

You’ll join one of the most successful teams in this rocket ship company 🚀 and will get the following:

• 1:1 and team coaching and mentorship

• Wine education from Jon McDaniel, Food and Wine Magazine’s Sommelier of the Year and Wine Enthusiast’s 40 Under 40 Tastemakers

• An enticing limited-time offer to share to quickly build your business before our busiest months of the year

• Potential for tax write-offs and additional income as a 1099

• A creative outlet, vibrant community, and so much more!

If you’ve been watching and contemplating, this is the sign you’ve been waiting for.

There is no better business to be in than drop ship e-commerce. That means you carry no inventory and just share a link! And, did I mention it’s WINE? 😉

Message me for a zero pressure conversation to learn more. Cheers! 🥂

It’s official…

After 18 years the Schecter’s are moving back to WA.

It’s so bittersweet.

The Navy has brought us to many places, and back again.
We’re so excited to reconnect with old friends and see family for longer than a short visit.

Another new year and all that will come with it…

It’s so crazy it’s already 2017. 20. 17.

2016 was a great year but 2017 brings lots of changes to our house. A possible move. A new command. New school. New house. Lots of goodbyes, whether we move or not, which is always hard. Thankfully so many of those we’ll be saying “goodbye” to are forever friends so it’s more of a see-you-later.

While I’ve never been one to keep a New Year’s Resolution for long, I’ve told myself, “Self… enjoy the time you have in Guam. Enjoy the time you have left with your friends. Enjoy the time you in general.” Not to make this post all sad and morbid, but you never know how long you have, right?

Anyways… Here’s to another new year and all that will come with it…

Carrying on Mum’s Tradition

Carrying on Mum's Tradition |

Years ago, when I was very young, I remember my Grandmother, “Mum”, going thru the coins my Grandfather took out of his pockets at the end of each day. Curious, I asked her what she was doing. She explained to me that she was looking for special coins. Special coins? What makes a coin special?

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