Picking herself back up again.
Teen Mom 2 alum Jenelle Evans may have recently lost her clothing line partnership with SewSewMe, but she isn't giving up on her dream for another passion project — The Jenelle Evans Podcast.
The reality star spilled to The Sun that despite a few hiccups with her initial attempts, she is nearly ready to get back into the podcast game.
"I wanted a set spot and I didn't want to rent any office space when I have that space," she dished to the outlet, confessing that lack of a proper set up led to her previously abandoning the project.
It turns out that the tv personality's solution to the problem was in her own backyard all along. The 29-year-old has been hard at work building a "she-shed" so that she and husband David Eason can have a comfortable place to work and record.
"It's super easy to walk outside to do it with no kids are yelling in the background," the mother-of-three continued. "Something that’s just my space to work."
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"I have to rewire the outside of my shed and then inside," she added. "We finally got the sheetrock up and painted and got trim. Once it’s done we’ll be ready to get back up and going again."
Evans even teased there may be more than one show in the couple's future. "David wants to do a podcast now with his friends. Once we have it all set up, we’ll be using the shed for a lot of stuff."
This comes only a week after the reality alum was reduced to tears and feeling hopeless upon learning that her upcoming clothing line had been cancelled.
"Been crying all morning," she wrote via Twitter. "Sorry to let everyone down but the company SewSewYou has dropped and cancelled my clothing line due to haters 😞💔 #Heartbroken."
The influencer later shared an emotional video update with her fans, explaining how much the hate "hurts her feelings."
“I’m really upset because there’s a literal hate campaign against me,” Evans said. “I've been trying to be the best mom I can be, the best wife I can be and just living my life, trying to stay out of trouble, trying to do good things for my life, trying to change...and people are just preventing that from happening.”