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Shan’ann Facebook and Instagram on New Year’s Eve 2017, 2016 & Twitter 2011

Towards the end of 2017, Shan’ann encouraged her Facebook faithful to share the highlights of their last year. For Shan’ann it was quitting her full-time job as a pediatric call center nurse and becoming her own boss.

However, despite being “retired”, Shan’ann’s posts between Christmas and New Years are chock full of Thrive promotion, often several promotional posts per day, and many with few or no responses.

On Instagram Chris Watts features on December 23rd, and then again on January 26th, working out at 21:40 at night.

Close to New Years Shan’ann photographs Ceecee “overreacting” while wearing a t-shirt with the words: HOLD ON A MINUTE I’M BUSY OVERREACTING” printed on her chest.

Another image of the playroom seems to indicate more displeasure. There are no New Years posts of the family, or Chris Watts on Instagram, although there are Thrive-related messages.


In the video below, Shan’ann, Chris Watts and two friends “toast” the New Year – 2017 – not with champagne, but glugging down Thrive Pure.

In the video below Shan’ann’s sales angle is to get a tax benefit by signing up to Thrive before the end of the year.

For Christmas 2016 Chris Watts gave Shan’ann a shirt with the words WIFE MOM BOSS emblazoned on it.

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Shan’ann remembers New Year’s Eve in 2013 as “an amazing year” when she started a new job she loved [as a pediatric call center nurse].  She also refers to herself and her husband purchasing and building their first house together, that year.

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  1. Pasha

    Was Shan’ann a nurse or a CNA (nursing assistant) prior to selling Thrive?

    I’ve checked Nursy’s (nationwide nursing license verification), as well as the NCBON and Colorado BON, but nothing comes up. For a deceased person or a person with an expired license, the license info would come up and state that it’s no longer active. I can’t find a way to check if she was a CNA in NC or CO because you need the last 4 of the SS#.

    There’s a huge pay difference between a CNA and a RN. If I were a CNA, I’d probably quit my job to peddle diet supplement junk too. But quit my job as a RN? No way…..nursing school is way too difficult to get through only to quit and peddle junk to people on facebook.

    • ncam619

      Per the bankruptcy documents in 2015,she worked @ a call center answering phone calls children’s hospital for $18/hr. a “pediatric call center nurse” provides advice and/or assists in determing whether or not you need to bring your child to the hospital. Huge difference.

  2. Maura

    I don’t think she was an RN. She could have made good money working part time if she had been.

    • Pasha

      I don’t think so either. It would be easy to verify her license if she was. Plus, I read somewhere that she was making $18/hourly when she worked. RN’s average $35/hourly in CO.

      Maybe she just told people that she left her wonderful job as a “nurse” to work at her even more wonderful job selling Thrive as a ploy to get more customers, etc.

      • Valerie Fernjack

        When did she ever say she was a nurse , she stated she was a caregiver and nothing wrong with that you judgemental people

  3. Shannon

    It was just a call centre.

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