You know what they say… It’s the little things in life that have the biggest impact on us. Well I can certainly say that I have been missing the little things. Obviously the cold weather means I’ve literally been missing some things, cooped up all day in the house. But also, with today’s fast paced lifestyle, I find myself literally missing the simplest moments of happiness.
I want to give you all a reminder that it’s so important to give space for these tiny moments. A glance towards someone you love. A flick of the hair behind your ear that shows off your delicate earrings. Each moment is so precious and now is the time to slow down and pay attention to detail.
My April Monthly Special draws inspiration from nature's intricate, delicate designs. This set of sterling silver Daisy Charm Stretch Bracelet and Hoop Earrings reminds us not to miss the little things that make Danny Newfeld Jewelry Designs like no other.
Preserve those tiny special moments always in your grasp when you wear Danny Newfeld jewelry designs.
From her fingertips to her toes, every woman has a unique mind, voice, look and personality. Some think that these differences set us apart, but the truth is we all have an innate need to socialize, connect and find commonalities. Even the simplest, or most interesting similarity such as love of coffee, art, technology, literature, artisan baking, entrepreneurship, nature and so more can bring people together. In the past, connections were limited by location, due simply to accessibility. Women built their ‘tribes’ with those nearby them, as they did not have easy access to those beyond their geographical reach.
Christmas in July!? When I first heard the phrase, it immediately piqued my interest. ‘Christmas’ to me is a cozy holiday in the midst of a cold, snow white winter where Santa and his reindeer are enthusiastically delivering heart-warming gifts to loved ones around the world. Well, when I looked it up, I was intrigued.
The words “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” crackled through on the TV and radio and were heard worldwide. They sounded like someone was broadcasting from somewhere in the middle of nowhere, somewhere without good cell service, like in the middle of Kansas...well indeed, they were broadcasted from far indeed. These legendary words were broadcasted by Astronaut Neil Armstrong, as he climbed down the ladder and took his first steps from the moon. Not just the first steps for Neil, rather the first step that a human being ever took on the moon.