I received the wonderful bracelet pictured above from a cute little site called Maddie’s Monkey Business. You see Madison is an 11 year old girl who started her business of making some great items. If the idea of an adorable 11 year old making something isn’t good enough to convince you to buy something, then maybe the fact that a portion of the proceeds goes to the charity she started, Kidz for a Cure will convince you to buy something from Madison.
This particular item I received is a Wish Bracelet. The bracelet uses “the Universal Law of Attraction”.
And, like the law of gravity and the laws of motion, the law of attraction works pretty much without question. What does it claim? It claims that whatever it is you are focusing on, is the thing that you attract. You focus on not spilling the milk, you spill the milk. But, focus on pouring it smoothly, you pour it smoothly. Focus on getting a good job, a good job will appear shortly. Focus on a healthy family or body, those things come to you. Eleven-year old Madison Lewandowski believes in the power of the law of attraction and has created what she calls “Wish Bracelets”. She sells them online for $3.50 a piece. The idea: you think of something you truly want (a strong, happy, balanced, loving and healthy relationship), hold the bracelet in your hand as you think of it. Have it attached to your wrist. Then, every time you fiddle with the bracelet, look at it or are asked about it, bring that thought or “wish” back to your mind. That will call that wish into reality. They come with instructions, and Madison will even custom make one to your specific needs. Best case scenario: it works. Worst case: you two have cool looking matching bracelets.
I think the Wish Bracelet is a great idea. I had a wish bracelet back in my senior year of high school. So, I was actually aware of what it meant. I think they are cute things. I enjoy wearing it because it does remind me of my wish whenever I look at it. Plus, I think it’s just darling that a young person made it. That makes it even more special, to me. So, I hope my readers will help out little Madison by purchasing a bracelet today. I think they’d make a great Valentine’s Day gift or anytime gift.
Disclosure: I received a free bracelet for review purposes. No compensation was received. The opinions expressed are my own.