Take time to do what makes your soul happy.
This all started with a trip to home depot. All I was looking for was some copper electrical wire to make myself a few unique rings. Well, I loved it - and I loved the rings. What I really loved was creating these pieces with my hands and utilizing really unique materials. Being creative for me is my breath of life. I love sharing this with others and so I began to make really unique pieces of jewelry from unorthodox materials. What most people do not know is that I am a social worker and at this time, I was working at a small non-profit here in Cleveland facilitating grassroots leadership development and empowering people to create positive impact and change in our community. I love this work deeply but felt that it was time for a change. This is when I decided to step out on full faith in the Lord and quit my job to go into business for myself. I have never regretted that decision and give full glory to God for carry me along each step of the way. It is amazing where He will take you if you let go and trust Him.
Now, I have my own studio in Cleveland, Ohio and I am so blessed to say that each and everyday I have the power to be as creative as I can possibly be.
I relentlessly strive to share what inspires me and the journey of finding my soul’s purpose. Through my pieces, I hope to empower and inspire others who are on their own unique path to finding their purpose and what makes them happy. I am driven from the stories and the resilience of the human spirit to inspire my designs, material choices and collections.
I get a lot of questions as to why I named my business Souls Repurpose. The reason I started my business to begin with was because everyday I was searching for my purpose in life. Asking myself why am I here? And what I realized one day is that we are rediscovering our purpose each and every day. So we should just do whats makes us happy most in the moment because we a constantly repurposing ourselves to face each new day. Making jewelry isn't my purpose in life but I view it as a vehicle to empowering others to make the same decision I did and that is to be happy with what you do each and every day.