Before cabi, I was working at a nonprofit with a difficult boss, and although I was unhappy with the job, I had to contribute to my family’s income with a two-year-old and six-year-old at home.
I knew another mom who was a cabi Stylist and she kept inviting me to her shows. I loved the clothes and the warm communal feeling of being a part of a group with all those women. Everything about it felt good—and so different from the job I was in. When I learned I didn’t need a background in fashion or sales and that cabi would train me, I could suddenly see becoming a Stylist was doable!
With cabi, I’m my own boss, but I still have people in this business with me, helping me continually grow. I love getting to partner with women on my team and how there’s no competition within the cabi community. how within the cabi community, there’s no competition. I can set my own hours and be in charge of “me” while sharing a product I love.