I Opened an Etsy Shop

Things have been so hectic here at the city2farmhouse home that in all the madness, I haven’t had the time to share with you my big news. Guys and gals I opened my Etsy shop!! Yes, it’s true I finally did it! I have been wanting to open an Etsy shop for a while now, but was afraid.  Why you might ask?  Well failure and self doubt always lingered in the back of my mind.  I was afraid of not being good enough or of not being successful.  I was doubting myself and doubting whether people would like or buy my creations. Failure and Doubt are two evil words that tried to stop me from my dreams. It’s been almost a year that I began on this new journey of mine. It simply started with creating beautiful things for my home that made me happy, but little did I know others would like what I was doing. As a result, I began making signs from wood and pallets for family and friends and they were the ones that said “I should sell them.”  This year I decided to set goals for myself and to make clear visions what I really wanted to accomplish in my life.  I have an amazing support system of family and friends that support and encourage me to pursue my dreams and achieve my goals. It has been with their help that I decided to set aside my fears and self doubt and take the leap. And you know what? I am so happy I did.  As for now, I’ve listed some of the things I made that were in the my garage, but will be making more pallet and wood signs that will be up soon. I have so many ideas going on in my head that I can barely get any sleep at night thinking about them all.  In the meantime here are some things you can find up on the shop: http://www.etsy.com/city2farmhouse

 

On this journey of mine I have meet some amazing makers in a community on Instagram that really support each other.  It was less than a year ago that I began this city2farmhouse brand and all the friends I’ve made have encouraged me to believe that I can do this and follow my dreams.  I work hard to make this possible as do so many other wonderful and talented people that have etsy shops.  I hope that fear and doubt don’t stop you from following your dreams, because life is too short to not do what you love and more important spend it with those you love and love you in return. So thank you for supporting me on my journey to achieving my dreams because this little blog is a part of it.

xoxo,

 

 

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