When it comes to staying positive, I wasn’t always so good at it. I struggled with deep depression for years (and still do catch myself floundering there sometimes). The kind of depression that ate away at not only my happiness, but my meaning to life. There were some steps I took to start to live positively, but it was a long, grueling process.
Alexa’s Angels, a company that prides itself on the mantra,
attitude is a choice and positivity is contagious!
has made it thier mission to spread positive thoughts and attitudes with something that seems so simple, the Posi+ivity Bracelet. At first glance, it looks just like a small bracelet you would wear casually on a day-to day basis, but it does something to you. Looking down at my wrist, I was constantly reminded that life is full of joyous moments, even when through my own frustrations, I had a hard time finding it. Just the word “Positivity” right there on my wrist as I type, drive or just relax was in my viewpoint and was constantly reminding me that it is not that bad.
I love that the Posi+ivity Bracelets come in a set of 3, not because I need triple the reminding that positivity is there, but because the idea is to spread the joy and positivity around. Kind of like a piece of jewelry that was designed with Random Acts of Kindness in mind, the set is made to give 2 of the bracelets away to anyone that needs it. I have not given one of mine away yet, but I am waiting for that special moment when someone needs a little happiness and positive thought reminders.
Not only is the bracelet designed to start a positive sharing movement, but on the reverse of each bracelet, there is a website listed inviting the wearer to share their moments of positivity and good thoughts. A whole community of nothing but the “good stuff”. Sounds like the perfect place to visit when that depression kicks in again.
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