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Saturday, June 2, 2018

Last Day of School and Angie Boyd on Saturday AM Live!

Angie Boyd
Click Here to Listen to Elaine Mathews interview Angie Boyd. We are so lucky to have so many wonderful Nikken Friends that do such an amazing job filling in for Vance and letting him participate in Family and Society Pillar activities during the Saturday AM Live time frame! Elaine was amazing!

Elaine Matthews is one of our friends who knows the value of education. No, she’s not a teacher, unless you consider educating people how to pay their toll on the Pennsylvania turnpike, but she knows how to help people discover Nikken. One of her friends Angie is learning how wonderful these products are to help her special situation. Or in her own words, ‘At 47, I’m a hot mess.’

IBS, GERDS, Lupus, RA, High Blood Pressure, Raynaud’s, Diverticulitis, Osteoarthritis, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Yeah, I’d say she’s a hot mess!

Elaine Mathews
Read Vance's Tip of the Week

June 1, 2018

"Last Day of School

This is the time of year when every student starts celebrating the end of their educational year. Our oldest has been done for three weeks so she’s boarding a plane tonight for Africa. The youngest has a 1/2 day concluding with an ice cream party and then our middle has a few more days. And if that’s not enough, my wife Stacey will be off the clock later today working with two incredible special needs boys.

Does the education ever stop? I should hope not!

I listened to the following teaching by Roger Drummer this week. I heard it the first time 5 years ago when Kenzen Vital Balance was being introduced and yet
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his message is timeless as I found myself taking notes yet again. Just like the two friends I passed it onto, I encourage you to listen to it in chunks of time rather than trying to bite it all off in one sitting. I get sucked into it within the first few minutes because of how much intel he shares.

Bottom line is this, we will take the time to learn about anything that we find important to us. What I learned from Roger years ago has helped our family take control of what we eat every day. Creating a wellness home requires we learn what a wellness pantry looks like. And the minute we stop learning, we start missing valuable insight that can help us help others. With school being out, the summer is an ideal time to casually help people understand the value of what we have in Nikken."


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