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Happy St. Patrick's Day! Are you feeling lucky? I sure am. You see, my whole life is pretty much luck by association. I'm not Irish, but my husband is, and therefore my children are part Irish. I feel lucky to have this association and I'll most certainly be wearing green for the occasion. We all will. There will be no pinching here!
I'm also associated with another green entity that has changed my life in so many incredible ways. No, it's not green juice...stop that!
That's right! My association with Collective Bias and the Social Fabric community. OK, so maybe you're tired of hearing about this association by now. Eh...it is what it is. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't thank my lucky stars for teaming up with the most fabulous company ON. THE. PLANET! No other blogger community cares as much about its members as Social Fabric. And no other company cares as much about its community members as Collective Bias does. They listen. They care. They know us as people, not just numbers in a group.
I've had the opportunity to work with the most amazing brands. I've influenced others with my shopping habits. I've been fortunate enough to lead others in campaigns (still cracks.me.up that they trust me with this). I've contracted on different levels with this company and I can't express my gratitude enough.
I work my tiny rear-end off for these people and they appreciate me. This isn't like any other job that I've ever had. They reward me for my efforts! They send me sparkly prizes. And just recently, I've been honored with the opportunity to work along side Debba Haupert of Girlfriendology (yes, THAT Girlfriendology) as a Content Coordinator for our new AisleShare Channels that help promote the fabulous work that all of our Social Fabric bloggers produce to support and promote the brands we all love.
And so you ask me...DO YOU FEEL LUCKY (in your best Clint Eastwood voice)? You bet your green butt I do. I have a "green" family here at home that loves me and I have a fabulously "green" company (and second family) that has my back and allows me to work from home so I can be with my babies.
Luck by association. I never considered myself a lucky person growing up. Boy was I wrong! This gives "go green" a new meaning to me. I feel the green puffy heart love and I've never been happier in my life!