Hello Friends,

Happy Mother’s Day to all you mothers! I want to share with you some wonderful advice I received from my mother just before leaving for college. I know, you are wondering what this has to do with jewelry! I promise I will tell you about the connection.

Just before I left to go to college out of state, my mom told me, ” You should trust your Women’s Intuition.” She then added, “You don’t owe a stranger anything!”

This advice, I feel either saved my life or it at least got me out of a dangerous situation. I was out with friends at a dance and met a boy. That boy wanted to get me away from my friends, in any other situation, I don’t think I would have been so alarmed.

However, I had a really sick feeling in my stomach and my gut was telling me not to trust it. My head had been conditioned to not judge a book by its cover and not to make assumptions about people, but my gut was telling me more.

If my mother had not told me to trust my intuition and that I don’t owe strangers anything, I may not be here to write this blog post.

I want to thank all mothers for the advice they give their daughters and my hope is that one day when it matters that those daughters listen!

So why, other than the fact that it is Mother’s Day soon, did I share this story with you?

I am working on a product! It revolves around Women’s Intuition and I hope you will like it! That is all I can tell you right now. However, if you want to know more as my Product Launch approaches you can join my Interest List. You will then be the first to get the news, early access, and even be entered my giveaway!

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Thanks for reading!

Emily Wilke, Style Avenue Studios

Author: Emily Wilke

When I’m not creating beautiful jewelry — you can find me cuddling with my 2 kids and 2 cats, sneaking away for wine tasting with my hubby and I almost always have a coffee in hand.

  • HI Emily.
    I really enjoyed reading your post about your mom, what a lovely idea to honor her and all moms in that way! We often forget how much they taught us and how much that helped us through life… thanks for sharing for it brought fond memories of my mom <3

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