"How do you layer necklaces without them getting tangled?" Well, I've got a fantastic tip for you that not only ensures your layered chain necklace stays untangled but also allows you to wear them in multiple ways! This blog will give you a tip on how to use 3 necklaces to create a layered chain necklace look.
Do you ever feel like the world values toughness and aggression over kindness and compassion? I get it - it can feel like being gentle is a weakness in a society that prizes strength above all else. But here's the thing: gentleness can be a strength too!
Unfortunately, there are a lot of stereotypes out there about gentle people that can be limiting and damaging. Let's take a closer look at some of these stereotypes, and how we can challenge them.
It can be hard to set boundaries and put our own needs first without feeling guilty or selfish. But it's time to shift that narrative and prioritize our own self-love, self-respect, and healthy boundaries. Vulnerability and courage are key components to setting healthy boundaries. It takes vulnerability to express our needs and desires to others, and it takes courage to stand up for ourselves and say "no" when necessary. By defining our non-negotiables, practicing saying no, using "I" statements, and not apologizing for setting boundaries, we can be more confident in prioritizing ourselves. Remember, setting healthy boundaries is not selfish. It's an act of self-love and self-respect that can lead to stronger relationships and a greater sense of fulfillment.
You know, as gentle women, it can be so easy to put everyone else's needs before our own. We're often running around trying to take care of everyone and everything, but the truth is, taking care of ourselves is key to being there for the people we love and making a difference in the world. That's exactly what our Kind Horizons collection is all about.