Citrine and Creativity

diamond rings columbia sc - Citrine and Creativity


Citrine is a transparent, yellow variety of Quartz, ranging in color from pale to golden yellow to a deep, smooth honey. In addition to its beautiful coloring, Citrine has an interesting history and meaning.  It is a stone of abundance, attracting wealth and prosperity, success and all things good. It also encourages generosity and the desire to give back to others. Citrine is also known for boosting creativity, which we love! In a fast-paced world, we’re constantly looking at ways to encourage our creativity and staying inspired. For the month of November, we’d love to show you our citrine jewelry and give you few, easy to follow suggestions for staying creative this month!
  • Try something new: With Thanksgiving around the corner, plan to follow a new homemade recipe. Bonus points if it’s an old recipe that was passed down through your family!
  • Write or read: It might be hard at first, but get into a routine of writing or reading for at least 20 minutes per day to boost your creativity and imagination. You’ll be surprised at the end of the month how much easier it gets.
  • Take a risk: Whether you’re a picky eater and try a new international cuisine or you’re planning a wedding and choose a totally unexpected cake flavor, we want to invite you to take a risk this month!
This November, we have a lot to be thankful for – including having the opportunity to be creative and extend generosity just like a Citrine stone! We’d love to hear from you to see if any of these ideas helped you to become more creative and imaginative. And on behalf of all the Moseley family, Happy Thanksgiving!


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