Tribe Bracelets from Kim at I Tripped Over a Stone

Kim who blogs at http://www.itrippedoverastone.com describes herself as “A Road Warrior with Fibromyalgia.”

I am a big fan of her blog.

On 29th January, she posted on colourful Tribe Bracelets , which she had been creating for some time, sharing the following:

This is what my Tribe Bracelets mean to me...

  • Tribe Bracelets are physical reminders of the inner strength you possess to ‘get through’ the tough times.
  • Tribe Bracelets are so you always remember, you are not alone.
  • Tribe Bracelets are your worry beads, your wish bracelet, your grounding tool.

My eyes lit up at the sight of all the wonderful colour combinations Kim had created including:

I ordered two sets of two bracelets (four bracelets in total) immediately, for the modest sum of $13 including postage and packing!

They travelled across the Atlantic to Ireland in record time. I am thrilled with my colourful purchases:

Kim’s Tribe Bracelets can be purchased HERE

Perfect for gifting or (like me) for keeping. It feels good to be part of Kim’s tribe.

Brigid P. Gallagher is a retired natural medicines therapist, passionate organic gardener and author of “Watching the Daisies- Life lessons on the Importance of Slow,” a holistic memoir dedicated to the art of mindfulness and healing from debilitating illness.

 

35 Comments »

  1. Brigid, what glorious bracelets and I love the idea of tribe bracelets … particularly reminding us we are not alone with an illness. The sense of isolation can at times be overwhelming and seem endless … there are others out there, a tribe for us to belong to! Enjoy your new bracelets from Kim, Brigid! She has a gift and heading over to check out her site!

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