Thursday, October 19, 2017


This week a viral movement called "Me Too" took social media by storm. Recently revived by the controversy and horrendous stories coming forward in the Hollywood industry from Harvey Weinstein, it has since expanded to highlight the every day sexism, sexual harassment, and sexual abuse from others in power. Strong, brave women and men have come forward to claim "me too" to highlight the magnitude and widespread scale of a story that is too common but never talked about enough. 

Here at Bravelets, we wanted to give others a platform to share their own "me too" and we launched a social media post that has now been shared, commented on, and liked over around 2,000 times and reached a mass of 56K people on Facebook alone. We wanted take a moment to thank everyone who decided to share their story and to share with you our thoughts surrounding this movement...

Thursday, October 5, 2017

The Story of Rosa & Maya

Today, we heard a story from a customer that left tears in our eyes and goosebumps all over. As you know, we have two styles of bracelets called Rosa and Maya. Without giving too much away, keep those bracelets in mind as you read this story about the unexpected paths that crossed between Bravelets and a beautiful family in California…

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Mental Illness Awareness Week featuring: Chris Biehn

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This week is Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 1-7). Our featured guest blogger today is Chris Biehn. He’s a journalism student at Ithaca College from Medford, NJ. He considers himself a dreamer, optimist, and activist. He found Bravelets on social media and fell in love with the concept of having a quality product that benefits crucial charities while promoting the theme fight on. Read his story and important message for Mental Illness Awareness Week: