A little karma…

Just putting it out into the universe, I’m a little tired at the moment. Life is in the process of flipping me some great big changes, so my emotional energy reserves are running a bit low. As I was walking home yesterday, I actually caught myself doing something a little absurd – I was too busy looking at everyone else’s nice pictures on Instagram that I was missing the beauty of my own street (and my street is a beauty – I live on the most gorgeous street in Surry Hills).

I know I’m not alone in feeling a little run down and distracted. I often get this way as I’m heading towards the finish line before a holiday, or at the end of winter when I just can’t stand the sight of scarves and grey clouds any more. I get crabby when I’m like this too – less inclined to be focused, present, kind to others and kind to myself.

Have you heard of Dogeared jewellery? I love Dogeared’s stuff – it’s so fine and delicate. I actually bought some Dogeared earrings in New York and haven’t taken them off since I bought them. Anyway, Dogeared have a really beautiful necklace called Karma. It’s a simple ring on an 18” chain that is designed to remind you that what goes around, comes around. When a dear friend gave me a gift voucher for and I saw they had it in stock, I knew I had to have it.

I have been wearing my karma necklace to remind myself that what you give out, you get back. Keep it positive. It shouldn’t take a piece of jewellery to remind us of something so basic, but sometimes, when the emotional tank only has a few drops left, we need a little cue.

Have a great weekend x

Disclosurey stuff: The gift voucher from my friend was $50. I paid the difference of $15. Looks like they don’t currently have the silver in stock, only the gold or the triple ring silver, both of which are $10 more expensive. 

Edited 15/10 to add: there is a real irony that this post attracted troll comments, with people criticising my appearance. How about some of that karma, hey.

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  1. Emma

    September 24, 2012 at 10:37 am

    Hope everything’s ok.

    I’ve been having an existential crisis for the past 7 years with no sign of abating, so I certainly understand that low, distracted feeling in a general way.

    Lovely piece of jewellery. Hope it brings you some lovely, fluffy things in your universe to make you feel better!

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