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For Mental Health Awareness month, we are donating 5% of every bracelet to The Big Silence

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Baby Blue Beaded Bracelet in Silver


This bracelet is made with 6mm round, baby blue rondelle Java glass beads strung on a silver-colored nylon thread. These delightful donut-shape beads handcrafted on the island of Java. 


6x4mm Glass

• silver-plated brass
• Plated with 2 microns of silver metal (2 microns is about 11x thicker than common flash-plating)


Gold Bracelets

• 14k gold-plated brass
• Hypoallergenic / nickel-free

• Plated with 2 microns of 14k gold (2 microns is about 11x thicker than common flash gold-plating)

Silver Bracelets

• Silver-plated brass
• Plated with 2 microns of silver metals (2 microns is about 11x thicker than common flash plating)

We've designed these bracelets to last through everyday wear. However, we recommend following the below care instructions to maximize the life of your Presently bracelet:

• Store your jewelry in the Presently cloth bag which was included with your purchase

• Clean your jewelry with a dry cotton cloth to renew its shine

• Avoid contact with anything containing derivatives of alcohol

• When possible, remove before showering or swimming.

• Women's Chain Bracelet Length: Adjustable 6" - 7.5" (Larger sizes may be available upon request).

• Women's Gemstone Bracelet Length: Adjustable 6" - 8"

• Men's Gemstone Bracelet Length: Adjustable 7" - 9"

• Closure for The Chain Collection: Lobster Clasp

• Closure for The Gemstone & Macrame Collection: Pull Cord

5% of every bracelet will be donated to the charity of your choice.

The non-profit organizations below work to end the stigma around mental illness, support important research, and provide resources for those who are struggling.

Anxiety and Depression Association of America

Child Mind Institute

International OCD Foundation

National Alliance on Mental Illness of NYC

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So, what does each phrase mean, exactly?

Brave the uncomfortable

Anxiety is uncomfortable. We start to sweat, our chest tightens, and we suddenly feel the urge to run in the opposite direction. We try to find relief by either avoiding triggers or pushing the discomfort away. But, when we avoid discomfort, we avoid taking risks, trying new things, and creating positive change for ourselves. We let this discomfort dictate how we live our lives.

When you allow yourself to feel the anxiety, you’ll discover that the discomfort does not last forever. The more you challenge yourself to brave the uncomfortable moments of life, the more willing you will be to take advantage of the opportunities presented to you.

Embrace uncertainty

When a thought about the unknown crosses our mind, we can’t help but search for an answer. It’s difficult to surrender ourselves to the discomfort of not knowing. We have to accept that there are some things in life that we do not and might not ever know. When we reject uncertainty we allow ourselves to suffer more than we need to.


Resist seeking the certainty and quick relief that you crave. Instead of pushing the discomfort away, try pushing through it. The more resilience you build, the easier it will be to let go of trying to answer these unanswerable questions. Embrace uncertainty and you’ll start to find comfort in knowing that you don’t need to know everything to live your life in the present moment.

I am separate from my mind

Our minds tend to dwell on thoughts that produce worry or guilt, echoing them over and over until we become attached and mistakenly identify them as the truth. But, when we learn how our brain actually works we discover that our thoughts come and go involuntarily. Just because they exist within our mind, does not mean they hold any meaning outside of it.


Allow the thoughts to enter your awareness, without becoming personally invested. Give them the space to come and go without needing an explanation. When you create some distance, and remember that you are separate from your mind, you’ll notice the urge to decipher every thought will fade, and the desire to live in the present will strengthen.

I let go of what i can't control

Sometimes we feel we have the power to control all areas of our life. When something doesn't go the way we imagined, we do everything in our power to reverse the outcome and extinguish the frustration that comes along with it. We spend time ruminating on things – our health, our future, or the actions of others – that we don't have control over. Let's focus on what we can control: our reactions and behaviors.


Instead of allowing your anxiety to hold you back, choose to move forward and adapt in a world that is constantly changing. Resist your temptation to regain control and free yourself from unnecessary suffering. Let go of what you can't control and grow into the person you want to be in the present moment.

It's okay to feel how i feel

We've been conditioned to think that if we feel unhappy or anxious, we must act quickly to mend the situation. We're often told to "stay positive" or “life’s too short to be sad.” But the truth is, the more we resist those feelings, the more suffering we endure. We heal more deeply when we allow ourselves to truly feel all of our emotions.


Rather than pushing your true feelings aside and pretending that you are okay, give yourself the respect and the space to feel however you feel in that moment. Let your emotions come to the surface. When you accept that it’s okay to feel how you feel, you'll be able to use the clarity to act truer to yourself and your beliefs in the present moment.

My thoughts are passing clouds

When we become overwhelmed with anxiety, our natural response is to quickly find relief by identifying the source and acting accordingly. This natural response hijacks our attention and pulls us away from the present moment. Though we can't remove anxiety completely, we can reduce our suffering.


Imagine observing your thoughts as if they were clouds in the sky. Watch them float by without speculating where they came from or where they are going. When you are able to see your thoughts out of the confines of your mind, you’ll gain the strength to sit with them and the emotions that come with it. When you're feeling stuck in a spiral of anxiety, remember your thoughts are passing clouds.


What are your bracelets made of?

Our gold bracelets are made of 14k gold-plated brass.
• Hypoallergenic / nickel-free

• Plated with 2 microns of 14k gold (2 microns is about 11x thicker than common flash gold-plating)

Our silver bracelets are made of sterling silver-plated brass.
• Plated with 2 microns of sterling silver (2 microns is about 11x thicker than common flash plating)

We chose these materials because we want the items to last through everyday wear, while also being affordable.

When will I receive my items?

We can ship your bracelet within 1-2 days.

Items that are backordered will specify the estimatede ship date.

If you would like to receive in-stock items before your backordered items, please place a separate order.

What do I do if my order is taking longer than expected?

We pride ourselves on being super transparent. If your order is taking a little longer than you expected, just reach out to us and we'll give you an accurate update on the status of your bracelet.

If you are looking to purchase a gift for someone and are hoping to get it by a certain date, please feel free to let us know so we can try our best to get it to you in time.

Contact us here.

What is your return policy?

You can return your items within 7 days of receipt of your shipment.

Items must be unworn and in original condition.

Items must be in the original packaging.

For more information, see our Shipping & Returns page.

About Us

Because of the stigma that still exists around mental illness, we are not properly taught how our mind works, how it breaks, and how it heals.

Most of us have experienced some sort of anxiety at a very early age, but because nobody talks about it, it’s not something we easily recognize until we’re all grown up and start to realize that life is really, really hard. The good news is, it’s never too late to learn how to take care of our mind, even when we feel it’s out of our control.

And with that, two sisters with OCD and anxiety (yes, it runs in the family) decided it was time to share their journey with the world.

Presently bracelets bear affirmations that use a cognitive behavioral approach to teach us how to shift our own thoughts and disrupt the unproductive thought spirals that consume so many of us. The less time we spend fueling our anxiety, the more room we have to notice the beauty of the present moment.

Why We're Different

Because of the stigma that still exists around mental illness, we are not properly taught how our mind works, how it breaks, and how it heals. The good news is, it’s never too late to learn how to take care of our mind.

We’re not like other brands. We're not here to sell “good vibes only.” We’re here to remind you to embrace all of yourself — the good, the bad, and the in-between. When we allow ourselves to experience life authentically, we can learn to better cope with difficult situations.