I'm that girl that either has too much blush on, or not enough. I'm also clueless when it comes to eyeshadow, and I've been know to poke my eye with a mascara wand or smear black everywhere. It's sometimes so bad, I skip the process completely and go out au naturel. I have this fear I'm going to end up on a "seen in Wal-Mart" post.
So how does someone so klutzy end up selling Mary Kay products? For the skincare, of course. You see, I'm getting older, and so is my face. I have chosen to fight the good battle, as they say, and MK products are my weapon of choice.
Mind you, when I told my friends about my new venture, they all laughed heartily. I pretended to be insulted, but really, it was rather funny. One friend pointed out I should embrace the fact I'm a nerd. She went on to say, "You're a writer. It kindof goes with the territory."
Really? Are writers perceived as nerds? I'd love to hear your thoughts on this, so please comment below. Then if you're bored, you can swing by Amazon and pick up this dweeb's romance novel at https://amzn.to/2PJ0xpD. While you're at it, check out my Mary Kay website at www.marykay.com/ngolinski .
We writers may be nerds, but we're not above shamelessly asking for sales. Have a good day!