Good Work(s) Bracelet : I’m Lovin’ It


Good Work(s) Make a difference is fashion with a purpose. Every purchase you make, Good Work(s) donates 25% of net profits to help a person in need.

Good Works Bracelet at

I got some really great gifts for Christmas this year and I can’t wait to share some of them with you over the next few weeks.

Back in October I went to Dallas for the I Heart Faces Conference and my good friend Amy picked me up from the airport.  After a quick hug, the first thing I noticed was the stylish and inspiring wrap bracelet she was wearing.

As soon as I got home, I had to look it up and was even MORE impressed by the company that makes the bracelet, Good Work(s) Make a Difference ®.

Created by momprenuer Helena Cho, each colorful bracelet is embossed with a number of uplifting and motivating phases such as “forgive,” “strength,” be aware,” “faith,” “freedom,” “accept diversity.”

But, here’s the best part…… Good Work(s) is a brand with a purpose ..…not only do these bracelets make you look and feel good, but, by purchasing one you are helping to do good!  25% of the net profits go to good causes.   By helping those in need, Good Work(s) is able to send girls to the prom who couldn’t afford their dresses and help children through college when their mom has passed away from breast cancer.  In 2012 Good Work(s) had a goal is to move 120 homeless families off the streets and into furnished homes in their “Home Sweeter Home for the Homeless” campaign.   As soon as I laid my eyes on my Amy’s bracelet, I knew I had to have one but after reading about this celebrity loved fashion, I wanted one even more.  So, I sent the link to the Silver Come Together Metallic Bracelet  to my daughter with the subject line “Santa gift”;)

I love mine so much, I would love to give 2 TidyMom readers the Happy Days Wrap Around Bracelet, winner can pick the color.

What an amazing and stylish way to start a new year and share your positive outlook on life!

Win a Good Works Bracelet at

To enter, simply leave a comment on this post telling me something good you’ve done for someone else.


 Giveaway sponsored by TidyMom.Good Work(s) doesn’t know I exist.

Official Rules: No purchase necessary. Must be over 18. Giveaway will end on January 7, 2013 at 5:00 pm CST. Two winners with a valid entry will be selected at random using Winners will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to claim their prize or another winner will be selected. TidyMom is not responsible for lost or undelivered emails.  Prize: one Happy Days Wrap Around Bracelet ($24) winner(s) choice of color.

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Cheryl Sousan

A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog,, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+


  1. I loaned my car I had had for only about 2 months to a friend so they could get their car repaired this summer. I also have loaned my pickup to this friend numerous times so they could move. Just asked them to “pay it forward” as payment.

  2. I moved in with my mom to take care of her.

  3. For the past two years my mom has been in and out of the hospital for various reasons. Two years ago it was for a broken ankle and this last March she went in for exploratory surgery where they found she had a near-fatal strangulated hernia. She then went to a nursing home that belonged in a horror movie. She nearly died of a blood clot when they ignored her call light and the cries of her her concerned roommate.
    During this time I made sure she to keep things upbeat as well as make the house hospitable for her return, cook dinners for her and my dad, go full time to college, and work at my part time job for 20 hours a week. During the summer when she came home and was stuck on one level of the house I made her breakfast and lunch every day. I had to make lunch ahead of time because it takes around an hour to get to my work by bus and I worked from one to six five days a week.
    Although I’m afraid I made this seem like a sob story, I really just want to get word out of how strong my mom has been and how proud of her I am. She calls me her “cheerleader”, but really she’s the backbone of our family and is well on her way to recovery.

  4. We had a single mom and son over for Christmas Eve dinner, they are in this state by themselves with no family anywhere close by. It was a great experience for all involved, and I am glad we were able to do it.

  5. I support a local animal shelter and purchased several dozen doggie toys for Christmas in addition to giving them a sizeable cash donation. I am also making doggie coats to sell online to give the profits to the shelter. They are trying to raise $10,000 to build a surgical center on-site so the animals aren’t traumatized by taking them off-site to spay and neuter before being adopted. They do good work and area no-kill shelter. I also go several times a month to play with and help walk the dogs to keep giving them human contact to make them more adoptable. I also forward shelter dogs info to friends and family on facebook in the hopes that they will help to get them adopted. Also lost and found dogs.

  6. My husband and I recently started supporting a missionary family going to Thailand. We are excited that they will be a part of God’s work there.

    • My mom got out of the hospital on new years day. I am taking care of her from early morning till her husband gets home at night. I love my mom. Plus while my mom naps i am knitting an afghan for my new neighbor. I get on cloud 9 from doing nice things for people.

  7. When my out-of-state bestie was pregnant and miserable, I washed and organized all the baby clothes, hung the curtain for the nursery and tried to help her get a grip on all the baby stuff that was overwhelming her as a first time mommy. I flew to see her as a mini-vacation and worked while she rested. What a blessing for me.

  8. Our family serves as therapeutic foster parents to children who have suffered abuse at the hands of their biological parents. This is a “whole life” ministry in that it is 24/7 and 365. We have done this for about 30 years and the stories are getting worse all the time. More christian homes are needed for children in foster care.

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  10. We helped a young man we just met who was coming to our area for school. We helped him find a place to live, get him settled etc. We now consider him a part of our family.

  11. My sister has adopted two kiddos from Korea, on their last trip I was able to send a ton of baby clothes (mostly premie and newborn sizes that they need badly). It was awesome to able to share with the adoption agency.

  12. Two years ago on the 4th, we lost our oldest son in a car accident. Recently a dear friend of mine and her little girl were in an accident as well. Praise God they made it through and are both recovering well. Cathy is a single mom and her car was totaled. We were given a car after our accident from a friend from church, we now gifted the car to Cathy and Mikahla. It was nice to be able to help and to regift a blessing that we had received during such a difficult time.
    xo Melissa

  13. My husband and I recently traveled to Honduras on a short-term missions trip. It was an amazing experience. I almost hesitate to put it down as something “I did for someone else” because even though we were there to deliver food and clothes to poverty stricken people, I feel they did more for me than I for them. We learned so much about happiness in the midst of trials and it completely changed our lives.

  14. Yearly my family organizes a 5k run to help families in our area that have been diagnosised with a terminal illness.

  15. I love those bracelets! I’m letting my husband watch football all day today and not complaining about it, that’s nice, right?

  16. I shoveled my neighbor’s walk earlier today.

  17. I work for a company that is all about giving back to the community. I always try to participate when I can. Recently we did a food drive for a local Samaritan house that feeds the hungry and a backpack program for local school children.

  18. Part of our New Years resolution was to eat better.Because my cupboards were full we purged everything and took it to our local food bank. It made us feel good to donate and not just at the holidays like we mostly do.We set a side an amount that we will spend each week on food to donate.

  19. We went out to dinner on new year’s eve and secretly paid the bill for the table next to us. It felt great to start the new year off generously.

  20. I love being able to help my husband – he takes such good care of us, and I like when I can find ways to make his life easier.

  21. I like to think that I am a helpful giving person but when push came to shove I had a hard time coming up with something. Guess I better up my game! Today I did support a little neighbor girl’s softball team with their fundraiser. It’s a stretch but it’s something little…

  22. I love the right on your right hand. Where did you get?

  23. I’ve been trying to do something kind each day. Today I invited a couple over for supper.

  24. I paid for the order in the car behind me at Starbucks this morning. Pay it forward!

  25. I work with an organization that helps university bands – we’ve hosted a local girl scout day, helped distribute uniforms and water to the band, raised money to commission a new musical work and more.

  26. I helped my 10 year old daughter set up her booth for a craft fair she did and she donated part of her proceeds to the Humane Society. I also helped a good friend of mine through a very difficult time in her life with the loss of a child.

  27. I usually try to go out of my way to help everyone with anything they need

  28. i am a stay at home mom…enough said! lol

  29. Gave gas and food gift cards to a church family in need.

  30. I saw the picture of your bracelet through Instagram late at night a while ago. I have three kids and two small businesses I am trying to run. I had had a particularly trying day with my 20 year old. It was about 2:00 am when I ran across the picture of your bracelet on Instagram. I looked up the website and started browsing through their items. I love what the company stands for and am always happy to help out where I can. I found their scripture verse bracelets. They had my verse Proverbs 3: 5-6. I knew I needed that bracelet to get me through this upcoming year as a reminder to trust God in everything that happens. I LOVE IT! So thanks for being there at 2 am 🙂

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  33. Where did you get your rings? I love them!!! 🙂

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  35. I love baking and crafting. I combine the two and bless other. I especially like to hand out goodies on a regular basis to my kids’ teachers and support staff. It’s so fun to bless others with an unexpected surprise!

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