Maybe I'm being super sentimental considering that I graduated from Georgetown on Saturday... but I can't seem to help it!
Two things have remained constant over the past six (!!!) years. I have worn a bangle on my wrist that says "Live Your Dreams" and a Dogeared necklace. I will admit that I accidentally snapped one of the bangles in half during a panic attack (guilty) and I have had three different necklaces over the years. But having the thin gold cuff with my personal mantra and my necklace that has a special meaning to me makes me feel good every day.
(I'm actually quite superstitious about taking them off. I only take them off to shower. I feel like if I don't have them on when I go to sleep, my alarm clock will malfunction and I'll be late!!!)
As much as I love how the jewelry looks (because quite frankly I think they're beautiful pieces on their own), I love the message of each even more. Some of my favorite Dogeared necklaces right now:
let this necklace be a reminder that yesterdays are filled with wonderful memories, and today is the beginning of a beautiful forever.
make a wish and put on your necklace. feathers are symbols of freedom, they awaken our curiosity and open our hearts and minds to possibility. wear your necklace as a reminder to follow your dreams.
make a wish and put on your necklace, women are powerful. we are the mothers, sisters, and friends that make the world go 'round! wear your necklace as a reminder that each of us is uniquely beautiful and strong.
(I think I need this one... it's perfect.)
make a wish and put on your necklace. love, happiness, health, wealth... good fortune is out there! wear your necklace as a reminder to give it a home.
make a wish and put on your necklace. the lucky cat is a legendary symbol of longevity, prosperity and success. wear your necklace as a reminder to celebrate your lucky day... your lucky year... your lucky life!
make a wish and put on your necklace. wear it as a reminder that I love you.
Does anyone else have Dogeared jewelry (or any other "inspirational" pieces)?