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Why I Stopped Making + Selling Jewelry For My Business "Bohemian Vibe Jewelry"



Let's get straight to the point.

The business was on FIRE but my soul wasn't. But that's okay, because that's why I'm here doing something I actually enjoy. Maybe i'll set a spark to your soul to do-- or to discontinue-- doing a certain something.

For those of y'all (I've been saying 'y'all' too much recently. Help???) who are like, what the heck is she talking about? I launched my own jewelry business june 2016 in which I created and sold my own bohemian-inspired accessories, hence the name, Bohemian Vibe.

Within the first 6 months, I had over 1,000 followers, a great brand reputation, and lots of orders coming in; I would have my friends help me when I was in the weeds, otherwise, It was me running the whole show.


Buying supplies, creating designs, finding models, taking photos of the models, asking Instagram models if I could send them free jewelry in exchange for a post and a tag, posting photos, responding to orders, creating promotions, communicating with the customers, shipping orders, and dear lord. I even did this while I was abroad in Australia.



I started Boho Vibes in the summer of 2016 which is why I had so much time to dedicate to it and making it flawless. But as school started and the demand for