No matter how genuine your new year’s intentions are, the average person tends to let them fade by the end of January. Something that lasts much longer, however, is jewelry—and if you pick the right pieces, they not only act as a daily reminder, but can also help strengthen your goals. Below, we’ve rounded up some of the best pieces to keep your new year’s intentions going strong all year long: from a tarot card necklace depicting the sun as a source of abundance and confidence to an 18k gold band that quite literally spells it out. 2023 is your year—and these jewels are here to remind you!
With a depiction of the sun as its focal point, Sorellina’s Il Sole Tarot Card necklace represents abundance, optimism, and confidence. Just as the sun radiates warmth as it brings about new life, this piece is a reminder of all of life’s opportunities that can be seized with just a bit of confidence.
Inspired by a grandfather’s pocket watch, Retrouvaí’s Compass ring is meant to depict a woman’s intuition as her own inner compass. It acts as a reminder to look within when needing guidance.
While in some cultures an owl can be a bad omen, most view it as a symbol of wisdom and intuition. This one, carved in blue chalcedony, is a particularly great reminder for those who are looking to be a bit more bookish in the new year.
Foundrae’s coin-edge band applies to any and all new year’s intentions—especially when they’re needing some more motivation. Pulled from a quote by the Rabbi Hillel the Elder: “If I am not for myself, then who will be for me? If I am for myself alone, what am I? If not now, when?” This 18k gold band isn’t just a fashion item but a call to action. There’s no time like the present!
If your focus this year is on love—whether for yourself or someone else—these darling Irene Neuwirth earrings are for you. Plus, they’re handcrafted in pink opal, which is the stone of self-healing, rejuvenation, and the heart chakra.
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