Lifetree World – Make money from your weekly shop


Whether you use an online delivery service, or just have a weekly trip to the supermarket, one thing is certain, we all shop for our food groceries and provisions. But what if I told you that a company formed in February 2015 is offering you a way to make money through doing your weekly shop, and that, moreover, you could develop this further if you wish and make even more money whilst working from home? I’m guessing you would want to hear a little more about this.

Lifetree-World is the company in question. Formed in February 2015, this start-up now has 8,000 customers in the United Kingdom and will be looking at expanding into Europe in 2016. It has a main distrubution centre in Manchester, and two more centres in Birmingham and London, with more planned with the companies growth.  Lifetree-World is a network marketing company that could just be about to revolutionise the way we do our shopping.

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So how does it work?

Lifetree-World, quite simply, pays you to do your weekly shop. To start you pay a membership fee of £35 which is for the year. Then you get your own online website which is stocked and updated by Lifetree-World with pretty much every well known brand of food and beverage that you would find in your current supermarket. Items are competitively priced and each also has a points value, which is an indication of the profit made on each item. You then simply shop from your website. Once you have reached 35 points, you then start to make money on your shop, gaining 2% on each purchase. Simply by doing your regular shop each week you can start to earn a nice little income, this is called personal purchase points.

But it doesn’t stop there.

As the company continues to grow, you can also earn residual income from new customers and sellers. You are allocated two new sellers to make up your network, and you can gain as they are earning. In addition, you can also get team building bonuses if you introduce people to Lifetree-World. The only thing you need to remember is to stay active with your shopping.

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With a huge range of products that is growing every day, 1700 and counting at the present time, and with supermarket brands like Coca Cola, Heinz and Cadburys all available, there is no reason why you shouldn’t start to earn some money from your weekly family shop. In addition, you can also purchase gift ideas for Christmas with fragrances, hampers and fashion jewellery also available.

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Oscars 2016 – Dresses and trends

The most glamorous night on the movie calendar took place last night in Los Angeles, and it didn’t disappoint in terms of jaw dropping dresses. There were show-stopping looks from the likes of Cate Blanchett, Alicia Vikander (who was apparently channeling Belle from Beauty and the Beast in her yellow Louis Vuitton dress – whether that was true or not she looked incredible), Naomi Watts and Sofia Vergara amongst many more. Yes, Oscar night was back! (Click here to catch up with all the winners.)

Glamorous glitter was well represented by the flawless Saoirse Ronan in green Calvin Klein, very Studio 54 Halston, but kept young and up-t0-date with her soft hairstyle. Margot Robbie was also incredible in a dress that made her as gold and glitzy as the Oscar itself – another lady who was simply perfection. Lady Gaga started her own trend by wearing both a dress and trousers, but this was not as terrible as it might sound, it was a terrific look designed by her good friend Brandon Maxwell, and in white, with her Marilyn hair, she was a total style hit.

But it wasn’t all good news. Kate Winslet went for a fluid Ralph Lauren look that might have been great on the red carpet, but on photographs looks a little like a black bin liner. I actually joked on Twitter that I thought that Jennifer Garner was wearing Kate’s dress, and kind of wish Kate had chose that dress, elegant and much more fitting with her style. I loved Brie Larson’s dress, but when you are expected to win your first Oscar, maybe something that didn’t resemble a dress worn by Sienna Miller last year may be a good idea. (You can see Sienna’s look here.) I was torn by Rooney Mara’s dress, liking the top which was a beautiful lace confection, but finding the bottom just had the look of torn lace curtains.

As ever with the Oscars, some of the most interesting looks came at the after show parties, where Kate Bosworth looked incredible in a dress that was really made for walking that carpet. Liberty Ross wore the dress she had previously worn to her pre-wedding brunch, and Kate Hudson, was, as ever, showing off that perfect body.

Who was your best dressed at Oscars 2016?

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HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 28: Actors Naomi Watts (L) and Liev Schreiber attend the 88th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 28, 2016 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

Naomi Watts in Armani Prive

HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 28: Actor Chloe Pirrie wears a custom dress by Karla Otto London during the 88th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 28, 2016 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Todd Williamson/Getty Images)

Chloe Pirrie wears a custom dress by Karla Otto London

HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 28: TV personality Maria Menounos attends the 88th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 28, 2016 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

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Trend – Blue

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Brie Larson in Gucci

Brie Larson in Gucci

 Cate Blanchett


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Trend – Yellow

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Trend – Glitz

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Trend – White

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HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 28: Actress Priyanka Chopra attends the 88th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 28, 2016 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

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 Lady Gaga


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Classic Black

 Julianne Moore


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 Jennifer Garner


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 Charlotte Riley

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 Jennifer Lawrence


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Kate Winslet in Ralph Lauren

Kate Winslet in Ralph Lauren

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 Olivia Munn in Stella Mccartney

Olivia Munn in Stella Mccartney

And the aftershow party frocks

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Kerry Washington arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

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Emma Roberts arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

Emma Roberts

Diane Kruger arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

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Kate Bosworth arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

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Reviewed – Navy Lace Dress from Lavitta

I love discovering new places to shop and find clothes that are designed with ‘women’ in mind. By this I mean clothes that look great on the hanger, but also have an appeal that is both stylish and practical. Dresses of decent length, with sleeves, in stretchy fabrics that move when you do, and in a range of colours that are not limited to black, black and more black. Lavitta is just one such label.

Lavitta is ‘an exclusive online shop where fashion fits and flatters, and style and quality go hand in hand.’ Coming in a range of sizes that ranges from 12-24, it covers all aspects of fashion, from good quality everyday pieces, to outfits that are perfect for weddings and other formal occasions. I was recently contacted by Lavitta to see if I would be interested in reviewing some items from the current collection, and I was super impressed by the range and choice.

The first dress I am reviewing has a definite touch of Kate Middleton influence to it. The Navy Lace Side Gathered Dress is a contrast lace design, with a light blue lace covering a navy underlayer. It is a pull-on design with a side ruching that is great for drawing attention away from the stomach area, and the fabric is stretchy, with the underlayer being in 100% polyester.

 Navy Lace Side Gather Dress PRODUCT CODE: 08021149 £40.00 Click to visit Lavitta

Navy Lace Side Gather Dress
                                £40.00 Click to visit Lavitta

I really like the style, fit and comfort of this dress, which is frankly very easy to wear. The quality feels good and the colour is lovely, really deep and elegant looking – a great alternative to the little black dress. I liked that the sleeves covered the shoulder and upper arm, but that the cuffs weren’t tight or restrictive. The length was also good for me, I’m 5ft 7 and this was a knee length fit.DSCN0720This dress is a great transitional piece. I wore it for a night at the Ballet last week and it was a truly freezing night, so opaque tights were most definitely required, but I feel you can truly get away with it. But in contrast, I think this would also work with a strappy sandal as the weather gets warmer, or a navy patent stiletto heel without tights.

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No necklace required.

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The side gather dress costs £40 and I think this is great value for a dress you can wear all seasons and for so many different occasions.

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To see all the current dress collection from Lavitta, click here.