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My Inspiration to Take My Power Back

A few years ago, when I first created Revive Jewelry, there were two main people who inspired me to find a way to help other people and their families. One of them is my brother, Zack, who was diagnosed with Lupus in 2012. Zack continues to motivate me but right now, I want to tell you the story of my grandpa Mike, who was the other huge inspiration for the designs I create today. Growing up, my grandpa Mike was like a father to me. He always showed up for the big events in my life—whether it was coaching my softball team, helping me get my first car, or even giving me my first job. I’ll always remember the little...

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The Revive Ethos

What drives you to be the person you are? I know that's a deep question, but it's an important one. Our actions every day speak to our ethics, morals and standards. So, what are your ethos? I love the definition of ethos so much, I have to share it:  The characteristic spirit of a community as manifested in its beliefs and aspirations.  Now, Change Makers, this is exciting! Here's our chance to really create some positive change in the world. It's through our actions, which are a direct result of what we believe in and aspire to be and create, that we can change the world together.  Let me tell you a little bit more about the ethos upon which...

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New Collection: Where I Find Inspiration

I always get asked how I come up with my designs. Maybe you've wondered how the images inspire me or how I incorporate them into the pieces. I'll be launching a new mini collection of limited edition jewelry pieces on Sunday 8/4 at the LIVE Facebook Sale. These new designs are a little different than what I've done traditionally, so I want to tell you about their unique inspiration. I'm always searching for new images. Recently, I came across these really amazing photos of liver disease online. Their lines and shapes create excitement in my brain. When I look at the cell images, I’m automatically drawn to certain areas. I start pulling out shapes & outlining interesting portions that I want...

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