Friday, June 11, 2010

Introduction of Diana and Krista...

I am excited to introduce two of my sisters who have been a great support and help for me and my company. Deals to Meals wouldn't be here without their help! They will be contributing to my blog each week with interesting, helpful and delicious tips, so I wanted to introduce you to them.

Diana is our representative over Nevada and California. Here is what she has to say…
“I have been a believer in food storage from the beginning. I took on the challenge of building my food storage supply, literally, one week at a time! It didn’t take long, only a few months of following Deals to Meals until I gathered a year supply of food. I have a great love for family, food and fun. I am a graduate from the University of Utah with a BS in Health Promotion & Education. I have many hobbies such as sewing, reading, vacationing, blogging and running. I will be completing my first half marathon next week and have learned to enjoy the challenge of training for something so difficult. I have three wonderful children; Alayna (5), Jake (3) and Caleb (1). I stay busy as a stay at home mom and enjoy every minute. I would like to give a big thanks to my husband, Jared, who is a great support of me. He is a physical therapist and stays very busy with work and his many hobbies. We enjoy spending time outdoors, mountain biking, camping and doing things as a family. I am thrilled to be helping with Deals to Meals and hope to spread my excitement and knowledge with you and your family. You can contact me at if you have any questions, concerns or fun things to share.”

Krista is our representative over Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. Here is what she has to say…

“I am the youngest of four sisters so it is easy to believe that I have become a natural lover of food storage, meal planning and saving money with sisters like mine to learn from. I have been married to my husband, Riley, for six years. I graduated from Utah Valley University with my BS in Mathematics and my husband is completing his Masters at Brigham Young University in Biology. We have always had our food storage as a priority for our family and it has been a blessing for us many times as we have lived on a student’s budget. We have food stacked in closets, bedrooms, under the stairs and in random locations of our apartment. It might seem silly to some but the money I save from having my own personal store in my home is worth every inconvenience. I have two beautiful children; Kennady (3) and Rigdon (6 months). I am able to stay at home with them and enjoy the hilarious moments that arise with two small children. I love to read, digital scrapbook, tutor math students, run and nap any chance I can. I am grateful for my sister Shandra and the talents she has shared with me and now all of you. Deals to Meals is a wonderful service that I am pleased to help with and I look forward to sharing fun tips. I invite you to contact me at anytime; I would love to hear from you!”

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