Posted: by Jo Thursday, 28 March 2019 @ 12:09
We are very excited this to be releasing two new necklaces in collaboration with positivity and mindset coach, Holly Matthews. Both are now live on our website!
Holly is someone we hugely admire,
since we got to know her over a year ago. A TV actress, award winning
vlogger, business and mindset coach, speaker, Founder of ‘The Happy Me’
Project, Holly is also Mum to two young girls.
She started acting at 11
years old, in award-winning Byker Grove, then went on to play roles in Waterloo
Road, Casualty, Doctors and The Bill. She now creates amazing content as a vlogger:
a finalist in the Mumsnet Vlogger awards, Holly works with Channel Mum,
creating brilliant mum-based video content each month. Her YouTube channel has had
over 1.9 million views.
In July 2017, Holly’s world
changed forever, when her husband Ross passed away.
Ross had brain cancer for
3.5 years, and died in Myton Hospice, Warwick, with Holly by his side. He was
the son of ex-Aston Villa and Coventry City player Andy Blair.
Holly has somehow managed to
come through the tragedy with a positive and determined mindset, focused on
moving forwards, while she supports her two daughters. As a mindset coach, she
inspires people to find the positives in life, and to find ways of keeping on
going, no matter what life throws at you.
We love Holly’s passion, her
positive attitude, her can-do mentality, and her ‘whatever it takes’
determination in life. We have been supporting her ‘Happy Me’ workshops for the
last year, with free gifts and competition prizes.
Holly Matthews x Mantra Jewellery
We are very excited to be releasing two inspiring Mantra necklaces in collaboration with Holly.
After working with Holly on various ideas, we narrowed the collaboration down to two empowering messages and designs...
One design features the
word, ‘Unbreakable’, as a clear
reminder to yourself of how strong, courageous and powerful you are, even if
you don’t feel it right now.
The other design to bring this
message to life is a diamond shape –
as diamonds are formed by sheer pressure on carbon, over centuries. It is a
great analogy to represent the beauty that can come from stress and pressure in
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Follow Holly on Instagram: @hollymatthews84
Top photo credit: Valley North Official