3 weeks ago
Today it is one year since we closed the shop on Colston Street. It was a hard but the right decision for us to move on from the shop. However the last year has been the hardest, but one of the most fulfilling and exciting too. I couldn’t spend as much time on the business this year and there was months where Edd had to hold it all together by himself. The transition into working from home took a while to get used too. We underestimated how much renovating the house, alongside cleaning, photographing and storing stock at home meant it would feel like we were moving house every few weeks
Anyway. Instead of looking back it feels now like a good time to look forward. 2019 has been great so far, we both have a lot more time to focus on Dig Haüshizzle as well as more free time which is partly what we wanted to gain from leaving the shop. We have learnt loads and have managed to balance each other’s roles better. This should be a really exciting year for us and for Dig Haüshizzle, it’s become so much a part of us as well as our jobs. We have been involved with projects we could only dream of when starting in the world of antiques and interiors 8 years ago. Our confidence has grown and more than ever , enjoying that we don’t really know what is coming round the corner next.
Thank you all for the support on here, we really appreciate it x x
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