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.  Last year (year 7) my word was small and atypical but oh so powerful, WIDTH, I borrowed it from a quote that I have kept for 10 years by Diane Ackerman.  "I don't want to get to the end of my life and find that I have just lived the length of it.  I want to have lived the width of it as well."

I challenge you to think of your word for 2020!  Every year in January we promote our "What's Your Word?" contest. 
Here's how to play.
1.  Comment with your word on this blog post.
2.  Share this blog to Facebook and/or 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 rectangle charm  ($235 value) FREE.  

So choose your word for 2020, 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!

61 comments


  • Anna Casador

    My word for 2020 is —- Mindfulness


  • Shalamar Warde

    My word for 2020 is Believe. I chose that word in particular because in life people go through things and lose hope. They must always believe that if there is a will, there is a way. Always believe that things will get better and there is a light at the end of the tunnel.


  • Anne Valentine

    Serenity-


  • Tonya

    Bounce! Because it’s ok to have pitfalls, but it’s important to bounce back.


  • Sharon Schenkel

    Grateful


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