Sooooo before I get started on my math lesson, let’s get one thing straight—I ain’t no Einstein . . . obviously. Ahhhhem . . . now, before I begin, please do the following: 1. take a seat 2. get out your paper and pencil (no, not a pen . . . a pencil (we’re doing math!)) and 3. take this in:

**Preserved roses are the future. **Why you ask? Simple. They’re gorgeous and they come in any colour you want. Literally. They contribute to beautifying any space. Plus, on top of all that, see below.

**Preserved roses don’t make a mess. **How many times have you bought flowers and after a few days, they start to dry out and wilt? Wait, let me answer! Probably more than a dozen (get it?!). And what comes next? You try to throw them away in a garbage bag and then they naturally start crumbling all over the table or floor you’re above. Thennnnn, you have to take out a cloth or vacuum and clean that shit up (not to mention the stench that comes with it). Nope. Not with preserved roses, this won’t happen: no drying out, no water, no mess, no smell.

**Preserved roses are the perfect gift. **Without me having to spell it out, I think it’s obvious. It’s a gift that lasts a long time, is beautiful and is tres symbolic (stay tuned for my birthday collection).

**Preserved roses actually save you money. **Or are of great value, depending on how you look at it. And this ladies and gents . . . is the math part, so pay attention.

- Let’s start with: 1 box of 3
*For Always* roses = **$80**
- Now let’s calculate the cost of 3 non-preserved roses: A dozen roses are ~ $50/ 12 = $4.16 x 3 =
**$12.50**
- How many days in a year? You should know this . . . 365!
- How many days does a typical non-preserved rose last? ~ 5 days (if it’s a good one)
- So, how many times would you have to buy 3 roses if you wanted them to last a year? 365/5 =
**73**
- Ok now, how much money would you have to spend in the year to maintain 3 non-preserved roses?
**$912.50!**
- Last question: How much will
*For Always* save you in a year? Drumroll please . . . **$832.50 **($912.50 – $12.50)

Told you . . . that wasn’t too bad, right?

I hope that put some things into perspective 😉

xx

J

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