The Unconventional Creative
A collaborative community for unconventional thinkers and creative entrepreneurs.
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The Lounge is a blog where I write about anything and everything to do with the life and business(es) of a creative entrepreneur.
It is a place for creative thinkers who are always starting something new, and are serious about their side projects. And their cocktails.
You’ll find a wide range of topics here but there are two key themes they all have in common: they are Uncensored and Unconventional.
So if you are easily offended, you are in the wrong place.
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We know how stressful it can be to pick out the perfect gift for the ‘one who has everything’ on your list. We’re talking, of course, about the dog. (For everyone else there are gift cards).
When it comes to Thanksgiving with your family, you’ve got to be ready for anything. Also, fire prevention skills can really come in handy.
Our monthly online cocktail club kicked off yesterday with an experiment. Also, there was day drinking.
As it turns out rice does NOT actually make birds explode as once rumored, but for many reasons it’s not really a popular choice for wedding sendoffs.
This month for Cocktails + Creatives I’m branching out a bit into an area I typically avoid: Tequila. Wish me luck.
Last year Nancy and I went to Sacramento for a wedding. Which basically turned out to be a 3-day bar crawl with a cocktail party (the wedding) thrown in.
"We're driven by the pursuit of new ideas.
We aren't looking to 'keep up with the trends' - our job is to invent the future and lead the way."
- Jen Basford, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Mixologist