Founders of Magnetude Jewelry
Meet the team and learn about the amazing stories of Dr. Tracey Diner, DC and creative artist, Candice Loren as their friendship and mission grows to empower women, entrepreneurs, and work at home moms who want to share in their vision of success, happiness, and wellness.
Dr. Tracey Diner
As a successful Wellness doctor for 25 years, I have spent my entire adult life healing and helping others. A few years back, after the 2008 financial melt down, my hard earned retirement disappeared. At the time of re-building back, I had a biking accident and broke my arm stopping me from working in my Chiropractic profession. This moment in my life obviously was a test for me, and a starting point for a new path. It was at this time, my friend, artist Candice Loren who was also in re-invention mode, shared her idea for interchangeable jewelry with me. I immediately thought we could do something great with this company. It was very important to me that if we were going to create a beautiful jewelry line, that it be healthy and beneficial to others as well as being pretty. After all, I have spent my life helping and teaching healthy options, so this was a no brainer. I had special healing magnets made, as well as healthy energy frequencies embedded in the back. After four years and countless prototypes, we launched. In the early phases we had opportunities to retail our jewelry through a large department store, but it was very important to see our vision through to create an avenue for others to become successful along with us! We are so excited to bring this to the masses helping others in ways that already exceed my expectations. I can’t wait to see what else unfolds on this journey!
I have always been an artist, but chose to make it my profession in 1999. One of the greatest parts of being a commissioned artist is creating something that brings joy to someone else. When the financial crisis of 2008 hit, it was clear that I’d have to reinvent myself to continue making a living. Each year I would come up with unique ways to stay afloat but I kept coming back to an idea I had for a unique line of jewelry. I shared my idea with Dr. Tracey Diner who immediately thought it was a great idea. Because I wanted to use magnets to interchange, she insisted they be special ones used in magnetic therapy. We were on the same page for wanting to bring this to market via direct sales. We knew there were probably plenty of women out there who had been through similar financial challenges. We also knew that we were on to something when in the beginning stages, a very large department store approached us to carry the line. We held fast to our decision to share this as an opportunity for others to grow with us instead of enriching a retail store. In June of 2018, we saw that dream turn into reality.