For a lot of, the pandemic has led to the closure of their companies. However for a girl from Tijuana, this was just the start.
Priscilla Curiel achieved certainly one of her longtime desires, opening a espresso store. She opened Mujer Divina, situated in Nationwide Metropolis, simply over a month in the past.
“Mujer Divina was born out of chaos. My husband owned a deli in the identical spot and on account of COVID, it did not prosper. However I instructed him to not fear that we’ll discover one other concept that can be extra sensible. After that it took us a pair extra months earlier than we got here up with Mujer Divina,” Curiel mentioned.
Curiel commented that certainly one of her longings was to have a espresso store of her personal and regardless of the contingency she didn’t throw within the towel and began her enterprise.
“There have been occasions after I wished to shut the enterprise. There have been numerous bills, money owed, and rents to pay. I mentioned the place is already there. If it does not work then okay, however I do not like to surrender that simply,” she mentioned.
Curiel added that, like many, her enterprise needed to adapt to county well being orders with the intention to begin her enterprise.
“I needed to adapt to what we’re dwelling proper now,” she mentioned.
Along with espresso, Mujer Divina gives snacks, burritos, pan dulce, and drinks.
Curiel tells different small enterprise homeowners and native eating places to be optimistic and should you should reinvent your self to outlive on this pandemic it’s important that they accomplish that.
“Do not quit. The solar rises for everybody… There’s all the time a light-weight on the finish for everybody.”