Would you want Cupid’s job? Think about it. Every 14th of February, men and women go about their lives as usual, except for the quiet hope that this year -- this year -- that little bow and arrow-clutching cherub will hit his elusive mark and deliver upon them the perfect mate, armed with candles, flowers, and more chocolate than anyone could or should ever consume at once.
Whether or not you believe in Valentine’s Day and its rather heartstopping historical roots, or you espouse the belief that February 14th is a date that exists only in defense of Hallmark’s profits, the fact remains, we could all use a little more TLC. When it comes to that Tender, Loving, Care, Valentine’s Day provides a perfect opportunity think outside the box and consider some unique gifts that will, no doubt, leave a lasting impression beyond Cupid’s clutches.
Redefining Love’s Lyrics
Bing Crosby famously crooned, “Accentuate the positive; eliminate the negative.” We beg to differ. Given our druthers, the lyrics should read, “Accentuate the negative; eliminate the positive.” And yes, we get it… every last self-help book, blog or newsletter urges us all to embrace positivity and deny negativity -- without question. So, what gives?
Well, the fact of the matter is this -- positivity, that is, in the form of positive ions, exists as a toxic relationship to you. All of us are inundated with an unwanted barrage of positive ions, courtesy of our professional environments and unhealthy attachments to our cell phones. It makes no difference whether or not you work in a corporate office, even work-from-home environs can result in a deluge of positive ions that purportedly pose a risk to your overall health, both physical and mental.
So, it’s smart to partner up with a dependable source of negative ions. Found in abundance in nature, particularly around water sources, like springs, brooks, and even rain, these negative ions help counterbalance the negative effects of positive ions. Between physical ailments, whether from sports-related activities or repetitive occupational tasks or the dreaded flu, to psychological challenges like anxiety and depression, negative ions have been researched and celebrated for their potential to enhance our lives and help optimize our health.
Show Some Love this Valentine’s Day
What better way to express your sincere affection for your significant other or loved ones than by supporting their ultimate well-being? IonLoop products are available in an impressive range of colors and styles for both men and women -- with a wealth of options dedicated to red, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
No matter your personal style or professional dress code, there is an IonLoop bracelet available to match. And you needn’t limit yourself, partner, or family member to just one bracelet either. Stacking one, two, or three IonLoop bracelets is very on trend and each IonLoop bracelet is designed to complement your own jewelry collection -- no matter the metal, material or brand.