Cha Cha Cha Cha Changes.
Posted on July 07 2019
I can’t believe I have lived in Seattle for 13 years! I fell in love with this city immediately after visiting my sister, and decided I had to move here. So at the age of 21 I applied and got into school, packed up my life, and said goodbye to Arizona. My young adult life started in this city. Seattle has brought me so many amazing things and opened up countless opportunities. I got my BFA here. Started my business. Found a badass and supportive community of people who I am lucky to call my friends. Met and married the most amazing man. Grew closer to my sister while I watched my niece and nephew grow from babies to school kids right in front of my eyes... and SOOO many things in between. Most importantly though; I found myself and became the person I had always desired to be.
If you don't already know, let me fill you in. My husband and I have decided to move to Sacramento, CA. We have an opportunity to live a more comfortable life in a new city, as well as expand my brand beyond Washington. Washington has been good to me, but it is also going through changes. Changes that make it really hard to keep up with. So yes... I love Seattle... but it's time to try something new. I look forward to visiting all of the people I love as often as possible -- while continuing to grow my business in Washington, and building a new community on top of the amazing one I already have.
This move is not going to be easy. In fact, it is going to be one of the hardest things I've ever done. HOWEVER, it is also one of the most exciting things I will do. It’s important to change and create new adventures. To be uncomfortable means that you're doing something special and taking chances. So here I am, being the most uncomfortable I've been in a loooong time. With it comes anxiety, but also an exciting childlike butterfly feeling in my stomach.
The love and support I have received from customers, friends, and family has been amazing. Without your dedication to my business and trusting in my brand, I would not be here doing what I love. So thank you. Really, I am beyond grateful for all of you who have invested in my jewelry and have fallen in love with it. You are what makes this business what it is. I hope to travel back to the PNW to do some more shows. I always love meeting and connecting with you in person. Please remember I am always here for anything you need, and my online shop is always open.
In the meantime, before I leave I'll be doing one last show at the end of July (Full Moon Market), and I will also be hosting a sale event at my home! One last hurrah and celebration. I will be selling certain designs at a discounted price as well as lots of crystals that I would love to give a new home. To RSVP and get all of the info for the Leia Beila Sale Soiree -- click the link below! I hope to see familiar as well as new faces before I go. Here we come, Cali!