I'm feeling the urge to make money. We're doing ok, but I know that if I could bring in just a little bit, it could make a big difference. Plane tickets, mad money, pay off our ridiculous mortgage a little faster....(ugh).... That'd be nice. I'm thinking about openning up my etsy shop again. I used to make and sell polymer clay pendants. I only ever sold 2 from etsy (and one of them was to my sister), but my friend's husband set me up with a sweet deal at the Utah Shakespeare Festival and I was able to sell a ton in their gift shop one summer (fyi: that was the same year our dog Edison was in one of the shows). That was super exciting. I felt like a real artist. I loved it. So I'm considering pentdants/jewelry again. I'm also considering clothes, which makes me want to laugh out loud every time I think it because I'm MILES away from knowing enough about sewing to actually be able to sell this stuff. Plus I know the stuff I make is a little... different... So I don't know who would actually want to buy it. But it's worth a try, right?? I don't really have anything to lose, right? Well, my pride maybe. But we're supposed get rid of that anyway, right?
I would love some advice on the subject.
Or, to that ridiculously rich person reading this (I know you're out there), could you just pay off our house? You can forget about the boots. Just the house would be fine. Thanks.