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Giveaway :: CamiLynn Jewelry

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

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 Some people wear love on their sleeve. Others wear it in their eyes. Personally, I’m more partial to the love worn on fingers, collarbones, earlobes, wrists. You know what I’m talking about. The love of a good piece of jewelry. The way you feel when you wear something that is so completely you that you rarely take it off. These are what I like to call the “daily jewels.” (Here’s a secret: they don’t have to actually be jewels.)

Christy Wilbanks is the designer behind CamiLynn Jewelry, an online boutique chock full of small pieces of love you can wear on a daily basis. The perfect simplicity of these pieces cement them as the go-to jewelry you’ll want on your body when you leave the house. And this Sterling Silver Heart Pendant with the matching Sterling Silver Companion Heart? I want one of these for my mom and I to share. Or my daughter and I. Or both. Yes, definitely both. CamiLynn Jewelry is love, ready to wear.

CamiLynn Jewelry is giving away one Sterling Silver Heart Pendant and Rope Chain to one lucky winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Wednesday, August 14th. Comments now closed…good luck!
Please visit CamiLynn Jewelry and tell us: What are you most proud of yourself for?
Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, August 19th.
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  1. 1
    heather f says:

    I’m trying very hard to be a fun and active gramma. I want to enjoy my grandboys even when it wears me out completely!

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    Jennifer says:

    I am most proud of being a good daughter, sister, aunt, friend, and wife. Those are the jobs I take most seriously and that I take the most pride in.

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    Jenni says:

    I am most proud of defining my own life, and what makes me happy. Society has a lot of stigmas that one is supposed to adhere to, and pressure to follow the norm has become very strong over the past few years. It’s been a difficult journey to define what truly makes me happy and to fall in love with my life. I can proudly say that I am head-over-heels in love with my husband, and that we are happy to just be a small family of two. I love my extended family with all of my heart, even if we do not all have the same blood flowing through our veins. I love being a strong independent woman and going to work each morning, breaking goals and enjoying successes after struggling through two life-changing layoffs. I love staying home for an entire weekend with my husband and puppies, eating whatever sounds good and vegging out on movies, even if it is a beautiful day outside. My life may not follow the prescribed path that many choose to follow, but i’m proud for making my own choices and leading a life without any regrets.

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    kristen h. says:

    I’m proud of myself for avoiding fast food. 92.6% of the time. There are moments of weakness where nothing will cure my funk but a frosty and fries, but no one is perfect!

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    Tiffany says:

    I’m most proud of starting a business on my own. It’s been tough, especially in this economy, but I have to remind myself to keep pushing and success will eventually arrive.

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    laura ashley says:

    I’m proud of myself for being the youngest volunteer at the hospital in my town. I think I’m really able to make a difference, even if it’s just delivering flowers to a patient and bringing a smile to their face. I hope to someday become a pediatric ent surgeon. then I’ll be REALLY proud of myself. 🙂
    Have an awesome day!

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    Nikki says:

    Helping a new mother to become the awesome person that she is, supporting her in leaving an abusive relationship and helping her in raising her son in a safe, clean, happy environment.  Having the strength to testify despite my fear, and our perseverance together blows my mind.  I’m proud of her, but I am also proud of myself for having the courage to speak up and to do the right thing when it would have been so easy to look the other way, and then later to give in to his bullying and manipulations. I never expected to have been in that position–but I know God put us together for a reason.  And now I get to be her baby’s “auntie” and have her for a sister!

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    Courtney J says:

    I am most proud that I got a job as an art teacher! I started the process of becoming one after finishing college, having to observe other teachers in order to qualify to get into a teaching credential program (plus pass several state tests), then go through the credential program process and student teaching. I then worked as a substitute teacher for 1.5 years because there are not that many art teacher position available near me. Now I’m starting my 2nd year as a teacher!!!

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    Juliet Farmer says:

    I am proud of myself for cutting ties to my dysfunctional, toxic family. I made a new family with my husband, and we are quite happy to be rid of the insanity.

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    Valerie says:

    I’m proud of myself for being a good mom who gives my family “quantity” time 🙂

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    Heidi says:

    I love being a mother and supportive wife. I’m most proud that I can let the daily grind go and spend quality time with my daughter.

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    Rosy says:

    I am proud of all the small things and little steps  in my life that allowed me to be happy right now. I don’t need material things to be happy and that makes me feel proud of myself.

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    Jessica Wilson says:

    Hearing my two year old daughter say, “I love you so much!” makes me feel like I’ve been a good Momma and that makes me proud. 

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    Trisha says:

    I am the most proud of always staying true to myself, even when it went against the current of popular culture. I’m a much happier and self aware person for it.

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    Salvaged Strawberry says:

    I am most proud of myself for having the courage to move across the country in a van not knowing what would be waiting for me. 🙂

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    Elizabeth says:

    I am most proud of learning to calm myself down.  I have a 5 year old and I realize every day what a struggle it is to learn to self-soothe.  I’ve struggled my whole life to find ways to deal with my feelings, to calm down and not stuff my emotions detrimentally.  In the last six-months, I’ve learned that when I put my daughter to bed, am exhausted, and still have hours of work to do, I need to first engage in acts of self-care.  Showering!  Facial masks (made from my garden!) Shaving my legs!  I’ve been afraid my whole life of taking care of myself – as if it made me vain – but I’ve found it’s beautiful because it helps me relax, soothes my nerves, and gets me ready for the important work of my life.

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    Rachel S says:

    Every day that I am able quiet the negativity in my head and be happy with myself is a proud day.

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    sam says:

    Most proud of myself for keeping it together and raising my three children (without a job) since my ex walked out almost four years ago.  There have been many rough days but somehow we have managed. 

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    Armida says:

    I am most proud of having my name published in an international book. After almost 3 years of sleep-deprived nights, my hard work has finally paid off. 🙂

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    Tiffany says:

    I find this question really difficult! It’s a thinker, that’s for sure. After much thought I’ve decided I’m most proud of myself for staying true to ME. Pure pressure doesn’t end when you are out of school, it is always around. And I’m proud of myself for not falling for it. I find that I am much more content when I go with my gut than with others opinions. Even as an adult it can be really challenging to not be part of the majority.

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    Pumpernickel says:

    Right now? I had my second baby a few days ago and I’m hanging in there pretty well. That’s a big deal to me!

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    Charlotte D. says:

    I am proud of myself for knowing what is important in life. I try not to sweat the small stuff. Really!!!

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    ELIZA ELLIOT says:

    I am most proud of finally getting healthy – I lost alot of weight and can enjoy life more now =)

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    Susan F says:

    My kids. I raised all 4 pretty much as a single mom.  My oldest was 4 when we were surprised with birth of triplets.  I made it through the teenage years which were tougher than the terrible 2s (they were at least cute when they were 2) – now they are all successful, responsible adults and 2 of them are parents themselves. 

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    Kelly C says:

    I am proud of myself for overcoming depression and anxiety in order to be more active in my children’s lives and activities.

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    Hedy says:

    I’m proud that I stick to my own resolve even if that means it goes against what others want. I can be stubborn but I’m faithful and I stay faithful to myself and my ideals. I pride myself in being a strong woman and sometimes that ruffles people’s feathers but I don’t believe in backing down or succumbing to pressure simply for being a woman!

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    Madeline says:

    I try to be sincere. I always want people to know that if I say something I mean it. If it’s good or bad, I’ve found it’s best if it comes from a sincere heart.

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    Mikki W says:

    I am the most proud of myself for going back to school after starting a family and not only obtaining a bachelor’s degree but also my masters.

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    Sparrow says:

    My husband is away training with the Air Force for 9 weeks and I am in my first trimester while also mothering my boys of 4 and 2. I haven’t completely lost my marbles yet. I think that is worth something!

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    Maddie says:

    Staying with a job that makes me happy and does good over a sell out paycheck 

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    Brittany K says:

    i’d say my heart. a lot of times people can say i give “too much” or allow myself to be walked on. I try my best to make everyone else happy first and really feel most at peace when others are happy!

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    cindy says:

    I’m most proud of remaining an eternally optimistic person and making those around me smile…

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    Anna L says:

    I am most proud of myself for being the first in my family to graduate from college (or will be coming this spring!) Coming from a low-income, immigrant family, I had high expectations to meet.  I also had high expectations for myself as I learned more and more about my family’s history’s and struggles.  Though I have struggles myself, I know what my parents had to endure is greater than any pain I will ever feel.  I love them, endlessly, and I want to make them proud.  I know my proudest moment is when I walk on that stage as I carry my family with me and receive my B.S. in Cognitive Neuroscience at one of the most prestigious universities in this nation!  

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    Kelly Commerford says:

    Perservering!

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    Jessica hamrick says:

    I am most proud of myself for healing and not repeating the cycle. Sharing love, joy, support, encouragement, special moments, successes, sorrows, and all that life has to offer with my husband and children is what makes me most proud. Also, not letting fear stop me from becoming a mother of four. 

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    Taniya Soto says:

    I’m most proud of being me an accomplished woman and a great mom who will always put her children first. I grew up without my mom or dad because they wanted a lifestyle of drugs & alcohol, but I was extremely lucky to have a grandma to take us in after bouncing around and being separated from my siblings. Grandma taught us how to be strong and have the will to do whatever we wanted in life. I never wanted children because I was afraid I would fail as a mom. My fear was only phycological because I have never followed my parents footsteps with drug addictions, illegal activities, or jail/prison time. When I accidentally became pregnant with my daughter I was truly afraid, but I knew she was a gift. From the first flutter in my tummy I knew I was in love in a way that I never felt before and that this little person was going to change my entire world! I know that almost every parent feels the joy and love when they have children, but I never understood this bond until I had my sweet Emalee. One, I am proud of myself for beating the odds and becoming a successful educated woman. However, I’m most proud of myself for being a dedicated mom and without my daughter I would have never known what I was missing. My main objective to life is to teach my little ones (who could resist a second) how to love and be kind to themselves and others.  <3 me