Grateful Bracelet - Hidden Positive Affirmation & Fidget Accessory

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These adjustable bracelets carry the positive yet discrete message of "Grateful" in Morse Code.  Morse Code is an international code where each character is represented by a unique sequence.  They also double as fidget bracelets as you can spin the beads when feeling fidgety.   This bracelet can be your gentle reminder to always practice gratitude.

Wear them on their own or stacked them with others!  These bracelets are made with durable nylon cord and nickel-free, lead-free beads.  The max length is 10" therefore suitable for most adult and teen wrists.  Cords can be shortened and tied off for further size customization.

How can this bracelet reduce stress and anxiety?

Our bracelets contain positive affirmations which, as a form of positive self-talk, can help you alter subconscious thoughts.  By wearing the bracelet you will be reminded of the message to practice daily gratitude which help people feel more positive emotions.  In addition, the bracelet functions as a discreet fidget accessory and provides an outlet for restless hands and thoughts.  The roll of the beads is very calming.  Your urge to fidget, which is often felt in anxious situations, can be channeled in to this delicate yet subtle piece of jewelry.

  • Durable nylon cord
  • Nickel free and lead free
  • Adjustable size up to 10", so fits almost any wrist size
  • Beads made from electroplated hermatite
  • Handmade
  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Super cute and love the message

    Arrived fast. Bought with Grateful Journal.

    Gift for my pre-teen daughter

    The adjustable cord allows it to fit her small wrist. Cute, durable and great message!

    Every Purchase Helps!

    5% of The Calm and Cozy Corner profits are donated to Mental Health Nonprofit Organizations.


    My daughter loves her Breathe bracelet.

    Amanda S.

    Enjoying my bedtime journal. Helps me wind down at night. Thank you!

    Jennifer R.