This is a sponsored post on behalf of The Jewelry Republic, a veteran- and milspouse-owned small business. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Can you believe that November is here already? It’s time to think about the holidays, gift ideas for your loved ones, and YOUR wish list!

Do you really want another coffee mug, gift card or more scented candles? Or do you want a gold necklace or — as the song goes — “Five golden rings?”

If you’re in the market for giving or receiving jewelry this holiday season, look no further than The Jewelry Republic (TJR).

THE Jeweler of the Military Community

TJR is owned by a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Greg Boudah, and his wife, Emma. This veteran- and milspouse-owned small business serves the military community by creating stunning jewelry of the highest quality, with elegant designs. Additionally, TJR provides attentive customer service, and — best yet — a 10% military discount.

TJR understands military life and believes that you deserve the best. Greg and Emma truly understand what it is to experience multiple moves, hardships like deployments, and being geographically separated. They also understand the importance of homecomings, anniversaries, birthdays, new babies, promotions and retirement. Because of this, they want to encourage you to celebrate your milestones, relationships, and your personal successes, with a luminous token of love and appreciation.

Find the perfect holiday gift for yourself or a loved one, available online now at

Sparkle and Shine This Holiday Season

So now that you know your new jeweler understands the military community, we’re sure your dying to see some of Greg and Emma’s gorgeous offerings!

There are far too many pieces to highlight in this first blog post, but — have no fear — we are going to following the incredible brand of TJR, their story, and their products over the coming months. We hope you enjoy getting to know them just as much as we, at Army Wife 101, are excited to share them.

So what’s ideal for the holidays? Necklaces! A little sparkle and shine around your neck, or worn by a loved one, is the perfect gift to demonstrate love, appreciation, capture beauty, and exude confidence. A true gift of femininity, TJR offers gorgeous options that are ideal for any holiday party and into the coming year. Sneak a peek!

Shop, Splurge, Support a Veteran-Owned Jeweler

Ready to do a little gift shopping and start your own wish list? Hop on over to TJR to find your ideal gifts and your next fashion statement.

And, in case you’re wondering:

  • Yes! TJR ships to APO and FPO.
  • Yes! TJR offers a 10% military discount.
  • Yes! TJR can easily be found on social media. Like and follow their accounts: TJR Facebook, TJR Instagram, and TJR YouTube.

Greg is committed to the military and veteran community and shares, “We want you to know that wherever you are in the world, deployed or domestic, post-service, reserve, or active duty, TJR is there for you and with you for life.”

And when you receive compliments on these awe-inspiring pieces, you can reply, “Thank you — it was created by a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and his wife!”

Can their jeweler say that?

This holiday season, give and receive elegant jewelry because you and your loved ones are worth it! Instead of gifting or requesting the expected, consider something truly special and unique this year, from The Jewelry Republic. Shop online now:

The military/veteran family behind The Jewelry Republic.



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A self-described “Jackie of All Trades,” former Army wife Jackie Toops enjoys exploring the various facets of her personality by chronicling military life, world travels, family, her love of the arts and more. Her academic background is in the fields of Interdisciplinary Humanities, Museum Studies and Nonprofit Management, and she has overseen public relations for museums, galleries and universities. Jackie’s articles have been featured on Army Wife 101, Wall Street International Magazine, SoFluential, HomeAway, Military Biz Connection and FamiliesGo. While stationed in Germany, she regularly discussed her articles on-air with the Armed Forces Network in Wiesbaden. A mother of two, Jackie enjoys coffee, freelance writing, languages and discovering new ways to express herself. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

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