Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated by Tiny Devotions for writing this post.
I’ve decided that [for women] jewelry is a universal language. Think about it.
Obviously our tastes are unique based on our age, ethnicity, social status, style, upbringing, personality, etc. but- in some form or another- every woman has a soft-spot for jewelry.
I’m a woman [duh] and I’m no exception. I generally wear earrings, a few rings, and a bracelet or two every single day. And when I’m feeling fancy, I throw on a necklace. It just adds a little flair to every outfit. But, my love is taken to a whole other level when the jewelry actually means something.
Tiny Devotions is a company that sells mala beads and accessories but, when you look closer, there’s much more to it than that. Each piece stands for something and there’s a perfect mala for everyone.
“Our mission is to inspire by sharing our love of mala beads”
“Tiny Devotions is a hip, fresh and inspired company that creates mala beads and accessories for the bohemian girl. Our mala beads represent the free-spirited lifestyle of living your dreams, following your passions, and looking good as you do it.”
Their company embraces and supports everything that my blog is about; freedom, pursuing your dreams, discovering your inner strength, and building your own perfect bliss. That’s why I fell in love with them and that’s why I was honored when they asked me to write a guest post for their blog.
No matter who you are, where you’ve been, where you’re going, or what you believe in, there is a mala for you. I promise. The pieces might be on the pricier side but you really can’t put a price tag on something that will forever serve as a source of strength and inspiration.
I’m planning to give a few of these to my close friends and family for Christmas this year and I cannot wait. If you’re looking for a gift idea, or if you want to treat yourself to something special, I highly recommend browsing the Tiny Devotions website. I guarantee you’ll find a piece that speaks to you.
Here’s to discovering companies that have purpose…