Jana Kramer has sold her wedding ring.

The 37-year-old star split from husband Mike Caussin in April and her “divorce gift” to herself was to sell her marriage jewelry to fund major home renovations to give it “new energy”.

In her podcast “Whine Down” she revealed: “I pretty much renovated my entire house …

“I debated it. I thought, ‘I’m going to sell this ring and then maybe buy something.’ Like a bag or my divorce gift. [But] I thought, ‘Honestly, what would make me happiest is having new energy in the house.’ So I took the money and gave it [interior designers]. “

Jana – who has Jolie, five and Jace, two, with her estranged husband – felt it was important to make the changes to rid her home of memories of their marriage.

She added, “This was our home and we made memories here. I had to create a new space that felt like me and felt like mine. So now I have someone painting the bar space right now, it’s this really cool girls wine bar. So that helped me a lot. “

And the singer of “Beautiful Lies” admitted that it was the second wedding ring she got rid of, because after breaking up for the first time in 2016 due to the infidelity of the 34-year-old soccer player, she refused to put her original jewelry back on wear.

She explained, “The first ring, I thought, ‘I’ll never put this on my hand again.’

“He suggested this new ring to me again a few years ago in Napa. I took and sold every diamond he bought me because I never wanted to look at it again.”

Her decision to get rid of all of her jewelry gifts from her estranged husband sparked conflicting feelings as Jana wanted to keep a diamond bracelet that Mike gave her on the occasion of the publication of her book “The Good Fight: Wanting to Leave, Choosing to Stay, and the Powerful Practice for.” faithful love “but ultimately decided to get rid of it because it” hurt too much “.

She explained, “I wanted to keep it so badly because it was such a damn pretty bracelet, but it represented something that was wrong. It was true that I worked very hard for the relationship, but for me it was” represents ours Book and it hurt me too much to keep that …

“It was sad, but at the same time they can be the most beautiful things in the world, but what they represented made them the ugliest things I have ever seen.”