My name is Robin Reves-May and I wear many hats as I’m sure, as a woman, you do too. My family is at the top of my priority list. I’m married (2nd time’s a charm), I have two daughters, 3 step-sons, 8 grandkids, and one great-granddaughter with one on the way. On October 29, 2016 my eldest daughter, Jaime, died from metastatic breast cancer. She was only 39. So yeah, I know devastating loss and our lives are forever changed. Jaime had a magnetic personality and now I get to learn how to relate to her in a whole new way. Believing that I’ll see her again one day helps to get me through.

Thirty-three years ago, I inherited a family business in the network marketing wellness industry. It was one of those things that I didn’t know I wanted. It’s been challenging and hugely rewarding, and it’s altered the direction of my family’s life forever with our health and our financial future. I’ve never been as grateful for our business as I am right now since we’ve always worked from home and our products are in high demand. We’ve learned so much about health and wellness, and we have become passionate about staying as healthy as possible all the way to the end (if you know what I mean).  

Our business is Peak Wellness Partners, and my husband and I have just created the Peak Wellness for Life team that started in June. What we do is connect, support, guide, and coach people who are committed to their life-long health, to achieve and maintain their peak wellness for life. We start with a complete Shaklee nutritional program that consists of a daily regimen of supplements and a protein shake that is proven to create the foundation for a longer, healthier life. Then every 30 days, together, we take on a new healthy habit. Habits like drinking more water, getting enough sleep, meditating, and journaling. That’s 12 habits a year, and to be honest, the reason we’re starting this community is to have accountability as we take on these healthy habits ourselves, and to hang out with some awesome people!

My family and my business are pretty much all encompassing, but in 2011 we decided to add a second home to the mix. We wanted a place to retreat to and relax. HA! Why was I thinking that a second home on 7 acres would be relaxing? But it is a wonderful place for a girls weekend and it’s fun for our family. 

Lastly, I’m a hobby artist as I always have to nourish my creativity.