What's Your Word of the Year?

Positive affirmations are so much more than simply feel good words.  They are a daily repetition, meant to uplift and encourage, whoever chooses to speak them. I believe in the power of words, which is why we hand engrave them on our charms. I have chosen a word of the year, every year since we opened the store in 2012. The idea is, if you speak it, write it and believe it, you will manifest it in your life. The year I opened the store, my word was EMBRACE because I wanted to embrace the new journey that I had started.  

In November, we hit the big milestone of our 10 year business anniversary and I'm still in shock and pinching myself for all we have accomplished and what is yet to come.  Each one of you jumped on this rollercoaster with me and I'm so grateful!  Speaking of that, GRATEFUL was my word for 2022 and it was so true for me on all the levels.  Grateful to finally feel healthy and strong 2 years post cancer diagnosis, grateful for the opportunity to be in New York Fashion Week, grateful for all the little moments with family and friends, grateful for every piece of jewelry that was purchased this year and all of the JOY we have shared and spread together. 

My word for 2021 was JOY, which is a deeply personal word since those are the first 3 letters in my name. I wanted to find the JOY in all things, big and small, and really enjoy my life.  One of the definitions of joy is gladness in any circumstance.

 I do have a new word for 2023 and I can’t wait to share it with you! Thank you for continuing on this beautiful and joyous journey with me. I'm looking forward to hearing about your journey this last year and the word that you are choosing for 2023. 

Let's manifest amazingness together this coming year...the world needs YOU and me, and all that we have to offer. 

I looked back on so many of your words from last year (they are still in the comments below) and while there has been so much uncertainty over the last couple of years, it seems as though you all manifested what you wanted and more, even in the midst of chaos.  It's been a roller coaster and yet we have so much to be grateful for including an open heart as we move into a new year, era, and way of life.  

So, join me friends, I ask you to think of your word for 2023.  Don't be shy, find your word, share it here and why you're choosing it if you feel so inclined.  I am holding space for all of us in this new year for peace, love and goodwill for all.
"What's Your Word?" contest. 
Here's how to play.

1.  Comment with your word on this blog post.
2.  Share this blog to your social media (FB, Insta, Pinterest)
You have two weeks to think about your word.  I will draw the winner LIVE on January 24th and share my NEW WORD with you! The winner will receive their word, engraved on a 14k gold square charm($250 value) FREE.  

So choose your word for 2023, put it in the comment section below and share the blog on your social media.  Encourage your friends and family to do the same, you can even tag them in your post.  
Let's start the year with some serious goodness and spread it around!
Virtual hugs and kisses, 


  • Lynda Chretien

    Better…this year is going to be a better year!

  • Melissa Clarke

    My word would be Faith. For the last couple of years, faith has gotten me through times when I couldn’t see what the next minute had in store. From family passing back to back, Covid, social isolation, cost of living, reintegration back into my community as well as Working with students and co-workers to cope with relearning how to deal with what many consider to be the new norm. Faith is believing without seeing. Every day my faith has been tested, and with that, it has strengthened. We are taught that seeing is believing.but,faith is believing without seeing.I Encourage all to have Faith in 2023!

  • Emily

    Strength ♥️

  • Amy Beall

    Word for 2023 and the story of my life, “Resilience”. Take what life hits you with and bounce back! ❤️🙏

  • Nancy Randall

    My word fot 2023 is Trust. (I’ve had “one word” given to me for the past 10+ years). I always look forward to the gifts that my words give to me.

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