In recent years, and especially during the Corona pandemic, topics such as 'mental load' and 'equal care' have increasingly come into the focus of society as the everyday burden of people doing care work.
We at fejn jewelry believe that the efforts of parents, guardians, carers, educators and educators should be valued not only on Mother's Day, but every day. That's why this year we thought about what contribution we as a jewelry company can make to make the care work of many people in Germany visible and support it.
And that's why we launched the Mantra Bracelets as a special edition for May 14th. YAY!
Mantras come from Hinduism and have also found their way into the Western world in recent years. It is a word or phrase that, when recited continuously, has been proven to have an impact on our psyche, physical health and well-being. Those who often think of them as eyes are more resilient and happier.
Appreciation should also be sustainable and not just take place on one day a year.
We are convinced that people who do valuable, loving care work every day deserve our appreciation and recognition. That's what we want to achieve with our mantra bracelets . They stand for:
Until May 14th, you not only have the opportunity to gift your moms, role models and life companions with a feminine mantra bracelet , but you can also give the same appreciation to employees in an SOS Children's Village in Düsseldorf.
Your appreciation for those providing care - join in!
We want everyone doing care work to be seen on Mother's Day. That's why you can buy a discounted mantra bracelet with every order until May 14th, which we will give to those doing care work in an SOS Children's Village in Düsseldorf .
Simply add a Mantra Bracelet to your shopping cart with the code MantraSOS and order it with a 50% discount!
The SOS Children's Village Düsseldorf works for disadvantaged children, young people, adults and families. Not only biological parents with difficult living conditions look forward to being valued there, but also the people who lovingly look after the children every day who can no longer live with their biological parents and who have found a reliable home in the SOS Children's Village Düsseldorf.
Just say “thank you”.
“You’re doing great!”, “Thank you for your fantastic effort!”, “We see what you’re doing!”.
Saying thank you is more than just a matter of decency. It also means that we value what someone else does for us or our society and environment. By saying thank you in the form of a small gift, we should acknowledge the commitment of others to us and express that we respect their commitment and do not take it for granted. Because through appreciation we can change positively.
What are you waiting for? This Mother's Day give away something that really lasts: appreciation, love, happiness and strength.