Summers are made for your Scentsy side job!

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Summer is so close we can feel it! Are you ready?

Here are a few things you can start thinking about as you gear up for summer:

Create a summer bucket list

Between family plans and trips you’ve had on the calendar for months (Scentsy Family Reunion, anyone?), it’s prime time for summer fun. Jot down a list of everything you’d like to see and do this summer, and make it happen!

Get your outdoor space ready

Summer evenings are best spent on porches and patios with friends and family. Spruce up your outdoor entertaining space with items like colorful pillows, rugs, potted plants, a fire pit and lawn games. Make it a place where everyone will want to hang out!

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Look for staycation and travel opportunities

Start planning now! Vacations don’t have to be trips around the world or across the country. There are plenty of staycation and entertainment options in your own community.

And if you’re a Scentsy Consultant, you might find yourself with more time (and money*) for summer fun — like an all-expenses-paid Mediterranean cruise!

Get flexible!

Want more time to spend with friends and family this summer (or anytime, for that matter)? Become an Independent Scentsy Consultant and set your own work schedule.*

Ask your Consultant about the flexibility of joining Scentsy today! Don’t have a Consultant? Find more information here.

Bring on summer!

*Consultants earn 20 percent on the first 1,000 points in Personal Retail Volume (PRV) and 25 percent on all sales after that, plus up to a 9 percent bonus on Personal Wholesale Volume based on rank and a 5 percent bonus when monthly sales exceed 2,000 points in PRV. They may also earn leadership bonuses based on downline sales. Qualification for incentive trips is determined annually. For a detailed look at Scentsy’s compensation plan, including what the average Consultant earns, visit scentsy.com, click Join, then click About Compensation.

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