A few weeks ago I announced on Facebook that I was preparing to begin the process of selling zena moon. GULP! Still a little hard to say, but day by day I'm becoming increasingly ready to wholeheartedly venture down a new path full-time—namely, my photography.
Never have I known such clarity and purpose or felt so much passion and excitement! As much as I've loved (still love) candlemaking, over the last couple years photography has caught fire in me like nothing I've come close to experiencing before. After 12 amazing years building and running zena moon, a new adventure is calling me body, mind and soul.
Since I’m at the beginning of the vetting + selling process, I’m looking for guidance and assistance. If you know anybody who’s successfully sold a business or know of any resources that might help, please send them my way. Already I've received quite a few interested inquiries and I need to learn what the next steps are.
That said, there's no urgency and I’m not in any rush. Making sure zena moon transfers into smart, capable, enthusiastic and dedicated hands is my number one goal.
So! If you or someone you know is interested in buying an established, successful 12 year-old candle company with thousands of customers and endorsements by Oprah, Martha Beck, Pamela Slim, Fabeku Fatunmise, Patti Digh, Jennifer Louden and countless other luminaries, contact me.
It truly is a once-in-a-lifetime business and spiritual opportunity for the right person!
I'm welcoming a mindful, careful process based on love and intuition. zena moon is my baby and I'm trusting in God's timing and direction.
To all our wonderful customers: you have no idea how much I love and appreciate you! I'm still in love with zena moon and nothing has changed here in the studio. You can still order our candles with wild abandon—in fact, please do!—and I promise that when the transition to new ownership does happen, disruption to the business will be as minimal as humanly possible. Also that the quality of our candles, if it does change, will only be for the better!
We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned,
so as to have the life that is waiting for us.
— Joseph Campbell