About us

Get to know me!

Some of my favorite things are dogs, chocolate, books, weird sci-fi shows, and the band Bastille. Also potatoes because they are amazing. I've always had a passion for making things, especially jewelry. I first began making jewelry when I was 14, and my first job was at a bead store! Of course, all of my wages went right back into beads and jewelry supplies. 

While at college I took lots of studio art classes ranging from drawing and painting to sculpture and woodworking. Using polymer clay for jewelry making feels like making little wearable sculptures and it brings me so much joy. 

Starting this business was extremely helpful to me in managing my mental health as I had been in a pretty bad place mentally after graduating college. Only months after graduating I ended up in the hospital needing surgery for a leaking ovarian cyst. After years of suspecting I had endometriosis, I finally had it confirmed. Not long after, my health problems seemed to snowball as I collected more chronic illnesses. Suddenly all my plans for the future seemed completely out of reach and I didn't know what I was supposed to do anymore. 

After many doctors, new medications, and therapy, I gradually began to accept my new limitations, and figure out how to make my dreams happen despite them. My therapist suggested starting my own business so that I could have the freedom to do what I needed to manage my health and so that's what I did. Starting this business has shown me how strong I am despite my illnesses and that I can still do anything I set my mind to. 

I hope that my story can help others who are in a tough place, and that I can use this platform to inform people about chronic illnesses and to share resources that helped me in my journey in the hopes they can help someone else too. 

10% of all sales in September are donated to The Endometriosis Coalition

Endometriosis Resources: 

Fibromyalgia Resources: 

Hashimoto's Thyroiditis Resources:

Chronic Illness Instagram Accounts I follow:

  • @mypelvicpain
  • @chronic_realness
  • @theendo.co
  • @misscuterus
  • @the_endo_chronic_ills
  • @endogram
  • @butyoudontlookill