Transformation Tuesday

Super happy to inform you that my #tuesdaytransformation is brought to you by me (?). Because I rarely change and in fact, when asked to, I usually respond by making it my mission to staying ๐Ÿ’ฏ% the same. That – and I never finish anything I start no matter how much that thing meant to me at one time or another. Because I either fear failure or I fear success ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿผโ€โ™€๏ธSo when I finally decided I needed like, an adulting test run around 6 months ago, after three years of chronic pain, brain fog and depression, I found out sugar was making me sick and was like f that and Iโ€™ve been gluten/dairy/sugar-free ever since. JUST to prove to everyone including me that I could actually stick to something for once in my life – like other adults seem to do so naturally. So did that โœ”๏ธ and the fact that Iโ€™m posting a photo like this is just the icing on the ๐ŸŽ‚ because I was overweight until my twenties and still felt it until like, a year ago because itโ€™s a tough thing to get past. Now I just feel good. Kinda like a #badbitch ๐ŸฅŠ๐Ÿง˜โ€โ™€๏ธ

Published by The Luckiest Charm Co

I've always had an appreciation for accessories and in 2014, while living in New York City and having recently left my full-time job to start the what would become 2 year process of detox and recovery from opiate addiction, the urge to 'impulse-shop' was stronger than ever. So, one morning instead of heading to Madison Ave, I hopped the F-Train to Chinatown, bought some beads and pliers and by dissecting my designer bling, I taught myself to manufacture my own material. It just so happens that, unbeknownst to me at the time, beading became a coping mechanism - you know what they say about 'idle hands' after all. Now, having returned home to the peace & comfort of Pennsylvania, I design my pieces with the purpose of others in mind - to inspire luck, to heal and to prosper - but above all, I create to continue to survive, eventually thrive & to enjoy the beauty of being alive.

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