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I have fallen in love with the 100 Good Deeds bracelet. I suspect that it is because this is a habit I would love to keep for purely selfless reasons.
The 100 Good Deeds bracelet is the brainchild of Mary Fisher, author, artist and Special Representative of the United Nations, who has partnered with vulnerable women from all four corners of the world to create a handcrafted wrist adornment that reminds the wearer to assist others in need as we rush about our daily lives.
Crafted from 100 glass beads strung upon braided nylon, the bracelet allows wearers to move the ring counter one bead closer toward the “1GD” button until 100 Good Deeds are completed. For those who would like to add some extra sparkle, there is luxury version set with ethically sourced Zambian amethysts by Gemfields.
With the next International Good Deeds Day taking place on 9 March 2016 and almost one million people expected to volunteer their time and resources, now is the time to start working on those good intentions.
The best part about the bracelet is that the good deeds must remain anonymous in order to count. What a lovely, daily reminder to pay it forward. And how many of my good deeds have I completed so far? Not that would be telling….
Natalie Amos said:
Reblogged this on Amos-phere and commented:
Today seems a good day to repost this as I sit at Vicenzaoro in Vicenza, listening to sustainable business strategies in the jewellery industry.