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Giveaway :: Stelliyah

Thursday, September 6, 2012

{please visit Stelliyah here}

Since we’ve already established that no summer is complete without the proper accessories, it only seems prudent to bring you the perfect “Endless Summer” jewelry. We’re talking the kind of jewelry that evokes a sense of sunshine, warm skin, long days, and carefree evenings. The kind of jewelry that honors you with its simplicity, its sophistication. Please note, this jewelry isn’t always easy to find. In fact, it can be harder to come by than you think.

Therefore, it is with a refreshing exhale I introduce you to Stelliyah. Stella Lim found her calling when she started creating jewelry in 2009. Her chic sensibility is evident in every detail of her impeccably designed line and you can tell that these pieces were created with reverence and love. (You can’t fake that kind of beauty, friends.) Lim’s perspective on jewelry is just as gorgeous, equating it to “a common language among the different cultures of the world.” Indeed.

Stelliyah is giving away one Triple Nut Pastel Nlue Beaded Necklace to one winner and Crystal and Turquoise Beaded Bracelet to a second winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question by Thursday, September 13th. Comments now closed…good luck!
What would you achieve in your life to consider yourself successful?
Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, September 17th, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 1
    Jenni says:

    Happiness. Pure and simple. No stipulations. If I am happy in my life, my career, my marriage and my personal reflections then I believe there is no greater success one can achieve. I want to wake up in the morning everyday and smile to the new day, and when I am able to do that I will know I have truly succeeded.

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    Emma says:

    To my mind, success is intimitely connected to hardship and struggle; if you are good at something already, the “success” is too easily bought and thus matters little. You need to work for it for it to truly matter and thus to truly count as success. For me, success is consequently about learning the art of forgiveness. It comes naturally to some people but for me, it has always been a struggle. I work on it every day and the moment I feel it becoming second-nature, I will consider myself successful.

  3. 3
    Nicole says:

    Raising my two children to be successful, responsible, and caring adults.

  4. 4
    Sarah Jane says:

    Inner Peace = Success

  5. 5
    Brittany K says:

    being as proud and sure of myself as my fantastic parents are.

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    Jenny says:

    I think that a large part of success is when you set goals and actively work towards achieving them. It’s not about how large these goals are, it’s about making a commitment and following it thru no matter what it is. Success to me isn’t necessarily about money or things, it’s about doing things that make me a better person and when I’m able to share that with others, I feel I’m successful!

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    heather f says:

    If my grandchildren want to be with me as much as I enjoy being with them

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    Tiffany A. says:

    My first baby is due in three weeks and I just want to be the best mom I can be! I want to be supportive, uplifting, positive and provide the best guidance to Eli her make good choices on her own! My bachelors and masters makes me feel successful educationally, but being a good wife and mom really is the true meaning of happiness and success to me!

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    Tia says:

    God’s will – hands down! :)

  10. 10
    AmyB says:

    I have an amazing marriage, a gorgeous toddler and we own a home. Now if I can just figure out what to do for a career when I go back to work! It is the only gap in my life.

  11. 11
    Jennifer says:

    I will consider my life to be a success if people miss me when I’m gone.

  12. 12
    Courtney says:

    Probably really common but having my name in the paper (or news article on the computer!) for an achievement in teaching.

  13. 13
    Erin says:

    Loving what I do.

  14. 14
    Lauren Gilmore says:

    Relationships that have lasted a long time.  Long enough where problems must be worked through, each has had a chance to really serve and love the other, and we stuck it out.  

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    Amzi says:

    Constant improvement.  No stagnancy or complacency.

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    Jessminda says:

    My life= my work, my work = my life.  Not in a workaholic sense.  Just the idea that I’m loving what I’m doing and there’s no distinction between drudgery work and awesome fun. 

  17. 17
    Jessica says:

    Finishing my phd. Ugh! It doesn’t feel like I’m ever going to get through it.

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    Dana says:

    To consider myself successful, I’d like to achieve authenticity.  To peel away of the layers of fear and insecurity.  And align the person that I present to the world with who I truly am.  

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    Valerie C. says:

    I let go of my career because my children are top priority….now I want to achieve success in the business world :)

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    Kath says:

    I want to live boldly … Not by taking silly or foolish chances but by being firmly grounded in faith, trusting in God, loving recklessly as he loves me. To spread joy!

  21. 21
    Sharon Siqueiros says:

    I truly believe I am successful…..

  22. 22
    Lauren G says:

    I would want to be completely supporting myself and pay off my school loans!

  23. 23
    Nikki says:

    To consider myself successful, I would achieve a state of living that makes my husband and myself able to run his business and support ourselves and our household without any debts, and being able to fulfill our responsibilities and obligations without stress or hardship.  This isn’t just having plenty of money, it’s also living well and happily with our decisions and the money we do make, and living an unhurried, peaceful life together as a family within our community. Successful to me means a beautiful life full of meaningful relationships with the decisions I’ve made and my circumstances!

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    loretta E says:

    I’ll know I was successful if the people I love know I love and adore them!

  25. 25
    MaireK says:

    Getting a phd in art history.

  26. 26
    Amanda A says:

    I would say, having health, happiness, peace, and a home to call my own. :) salvagedstrawberrympls@gmail.com

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    Cathy F says:

    As I grow up (mature???) my definition of success has changed. When I was fresh out of school it was so important for me to be financially independent and win my parents approval. My father was very old school and didn’t think I would “make it’ in the business world.

    Once I had my son Icouldn’t believe that there was anything more important then loving and raising him well. My priorities completely changed and my success was based on HIS success instead of mine.

  28. 28

    Making a difference in others’ lives. Making people around me know how special they are!

  29. 29
    Stacy says:

    Being content and at peace in my own skin and accepting of my flaws as quirks not critiques.

  30. 30

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  31. 31
    Luisa says:

    It doesnt come in a form of a job or status or how much money u make. Being successful to me means giving myself to God to the best of my ability.

  32. 32
    Juliet Farmer says:

    getting a book published

  33. 33
    Peyton says:

    The achievement I would consider greatest, would be to live a life of help. I would like to,someday, look back and say that I truly made a difference in someones life. That I helped as many as I could, in as many ways as possible. That I left my imprint by doing something great. Lastly, my greatest achievement would be to make my legacy live on in people after I am gone, knowing that because I helped someone, their life was better.

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    Amy Grace says:

    a full time job and an apartment on my own are the two things that would make me feel the most successful right now.

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    kim g says:

    Happiness is the key to success….If you love what you are doing..you will be successful…….For me success has been giving birth to two of the most amazing daughters, being able to work from home..so that I am able to enjoy each moment of their lives.

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    Theresa says:

    Getting my children (2.5 and 6 months) to adulthood with as few scars (physical and otherwise) as possible

  38. 38
    jane says:

    here’s a shout-out to a fellow Singaporean! :)

    For me, success would mean finding out and accomplishing what God has set out for me to do, and doing it all with joy :)

  39. 39
    echo says:

    doing everything I can to keep myself and my family healthy and happy, and using my time in ways that help me feel fulfilled.

  40. 40
    Samantha says:

    Helping my sister raise my wonderful nieces, helping my friend to find her calling, and finding my own path in libraries or starting our own business

  41. 41
    Madeline says:

    if i can say at the end of my life that i did the most with the opportunities God gave me, then i will have been successful.

  42. 42
    Paula castro says:

    to run my own business! I just don’t know of what it would be :)

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    Christy Ann says:

    I would have raised my son the best that I could, and have built a nest egg to live comfortably, without worrying about finances the rest of my life. If I’m happy and my family is happy, I’ve been successful!

    I used to think success was about what job i had and how much money I made, but now I realize that’s not the case.

  44. 44
    Lucy W. says:

    Being amidst adventure every chance I get!

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    Amanda says:

    Continue to keep a happy marriage, raise our babies to be happy, healthy & Godly, & take advantage of all life’s wonderful opportunities to love & laugh every day!

  46. 46
    Ella P. says:

    good health + lifelong marriage = successful :D

  47. 47

    To consider myself successful, the most important achievement  in my life would be to raise my son to be a good man, a gentleman, with a heart full of love, happiness, and a sense of purpose. I would be successful if he truly follows his heart and bliss in this world. 
    Thanks,
    Judith

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    Rebekah says:

    putting family first & having those i care about say i was loyal and generous to them

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    dalia says:

    to have raised my kids to be happy, wise, unselfish, follow their dreams and no how to have fun kind of people. Also, for myself to have woken up every morning and tried all the new things that spark my interest and to have taken as many chances as presented to me.

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    Kristen says:

    If I find balance in my life (among my loved ones, God, health, a passionate career), I will consider myself successful, and therefore happy.