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Things are  a little crazy out there lately. I realized I have this perfect space to keep everyone updated with how we're handling things here.

First off, let me say that I am SO DANG GRATEFUL for those of you still supporting my shop. I know that not everyone can order right now, and that is so okay. I want you to take care of you, and yours. But for those of you who are still ordering. Thank you. Thank you so very much. Having something to do right now is such a blessing. It's helping me keep a routine, and keep me busy. 

I LOVE that I have shipped out 23 mountain rings in the last week.They are secretly my favorite piece right now. 

Girl wearing mountain ring

I'm trying really hard to keep order processing times between 1-3 days. Depending on the item, that's not always possible, but for the most part it's working out. I haven't heard any rumors of the post office closing, but I want to keep shipping orders while I can, just in case something even crazier happens. 

I have 6" of snow on my back porch this morning, and it's April 3rd.

Anyone that knows me knows that I really dislike winter. How I've lived in Wyoming for the last 17 years is anyone's guess really.I love sunshine and sand and margaritas in the summer. I love sitting on the porch letting the sun kiss my skin and listening to birds chirp. I love rainstorms when it's so hot outside the mixture of the moisture in the air and the heat make your skin feel sticky.
Winter? I do not love it. However, it sure makes this pill of not being able to leave the house, a lot easier to swallow.

Does anyone else feel like we're walking around in a dystonia novel?
Every time I stop to think about what's going on I have a moment of 'How is this real?'. The more I try to answer that question, the more I tell myself we've had it good. We've had it really good for a few generations, with nothing really bad happening. This reminds me that I should be grateful that most of us are holed up in our safe homes,with our families riding this out. 

That's something that's made it in my gratitude journal more than once in the last few weeks. I hope you're finding moments of gratitude in all of this. I write down 5 things I'm grateful for Every. Single. Day. I've been doing this for a little over a year right now, and it's made the biggest difference in my life and my mindset. It's harder to pay attention to bad things if you're finding things you're grateful for. 

Nominate a Friend update:
Tomorrow will be week 2 of nominate a friend. Last week our two winners were Tawni and Kandi. I shipped out some of my favorite stickers, and a Start Today journal to our awesome winners. This week I'll be sending out an I Am cuff, and a Be Brave necklace. 
If you missed the post on Nominate a Friend, listen up. 

Every week until all of this craziness is over, I'm adding a post on Insta during the week. All you have to do is nominate a friend you think could use a little inspiration right now. Tag them in the post, and tell us why you're sending them some light. That's it. You can share it to your story if you want more people in. 

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Black Tourmaline - What is it?

A few of my most popular pieces lately have been from our new Metaphysical line.

Black tourmaline seems to be among the most popular, so I wanted to highlight it a bit and give some information about it, for those that may not know how magical it really is.

Tourmaline is a group of different colored stones with a similar structure. The word tourmaline came from a regional term in Sri Lanka. It’s base is on the Sinhalese word ‘turmali’, that referred to yellow Zircon. The use of the word actually happened due to a mistake! A consignment of stone was sent from Sri lank with the label Turmalin.

I guess they liked the name and it just stuck, though it’s changed over the years to Tourmaline.

The tourmaline stones look the same, regardless of colors. The structure and look of natural tourmaline all look similar.

It’s a powerful stone for protection against negative energy of all kinds, as well as a strong grounding stone.  The black color not only removes the negative energy, but changes it to positive energy.

It’s one of the most popular in the metaphysical sense. A lot of people think it’s one of the best protection stones you can use!

One of my favorite health benefits of Black Tourmlaine is stress relief. Ongoing stress is bad for our body. I know a lot of people talk about this, but I don’t think the majority of us have a clue what that means.

I learned the hard way a little over a year ago when ongoing stress finally caught up with me through adrenal fatigue. It started affecting my thyroid, and hormones.

I wear this dainty little black tourmaline ring daily.

Check out all of our metaphysical jewelry for other great healing properties. 
Please keep in mind that I am not a doctor.

None of the believed healing properties mentioned on my website are meant to be a replacement for medical advice. 

2020 Word - Connect

Can you believe that 2019 is almost over?
Even crazier....can you believe that we are days away from a new decade?

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The Women of Bloomfield

Back in October we had the pleasure of working with some amazing women from Michigan.

A close friend and colleague of theirs discovered she has cancer.
These amazing women pulled together and came up with a great idea for an inspiration bracelet.
Over 50 women (and a few men!) in Michigan are currently sporting LORA STRONG cuffs to show their solidarity and support for their amazing friend Lora.

Inspiration jewelry can be so powerful! 

The group is “Women of Bloomfield”, it started in the 1960’s as a Welcome Wagon for exactly that, the” Women of Bloomfield”, a city in SE Michigan.

 In the 1980’s the group converted over to a non-profit organization, supporting two children’s groups.  The group holds Art & Craft Shows, Rummage Sales, Silent Auctions and a yearly Raffle ticket sale.  All profits go to supporting these two charities. Every other month, their members make dinners and take and serve the families of CARE House prior to their counseling sessions. Once a summer we attend SCAMP and help with their cook out for the group.

 One is “CARE House of Oakland County”, an advocate for the safety of Oakland County children in the prevention of child abuse and neglect through education and intervention.

 Second is “SCAMP”, who holds 5 week summer camps for special needs children.

 They try each year to raise as much as possible to help, it varies year to year depending on our success at their fund raising.

I love hearing stories about amazing people that do AMAZING things.
Thank you Women of Bloomfield, for putting your heart into something the way you have for these children's groups! ❤