A Way of Life
When I first signed up as an independent consultant with Thrive Life in October 2015, I was taking online classes through BYU-Idaho. Many of my evenings were filled with homework and before I knew it, it was dinner time and I hadn’t even thought of what we would eat. One of these nights my husband, Tracey, just started gathering our Thrive Life vegetable cans and prepared a quick, nutritious soup. While I am one to follow a recipe, Tracey is one who creates a recipe. Since joining Thrive Life I have learned to go outside my comfort zone and recreate some of my favorite recipes with Thrive Life products.
We have begun saving additional money by Tracey taking a variety of vegetables to work with him, where he mixes them in with top ramen or a cup of soup for his lunches. He also keeps a #10 can of the 9 grain cracked wheat for his breakfast at work.
My father who is 82 years old and is residing in a rest home due to Parkinson loves the Thrive Life fruit. Instead of asking me to bring cookies as he did in the past, he is now asking for freeze dried fruit as his snack.
Personally for myself, I love snacking on the fruits and vegetables. I use to be one who would snack on cookies, etc., but now find myself craving a bowl with freeze dried sweet corn, green beans and mixed bell peppers. Yum! I also enjoy mixing a baggie of freeze dried fruits to keep with me when I’m running errands.
This past February, my oldest son, as well as two of my daughters-in-law joined as consultants. They are loving the foods they have tried. I’m so grateful to know my sons and their families have the benefits of Thrive Life in their lives. I started my journey with Thrive Life hoping to add great tasting products to our family food storage, but quickly learned it is much more than that. It has become a way of life.