Convos

Lori Christensen of One Per Week

“It’s an idea of taking it back to summer camp with snail mail because people want something that’s not a bill in the mail. With that, One Per Week evolved as people wanted to write more letters but felt overwhelmed. I think if you get people in the act of writing not just to give,…

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Kayla Hollatz of #CreateLounge

“Createlounge really started because I was in my last semester in college at the time and I’ve been participating in Twitter chats for about a year and a half, and I really enjoyed the different chats for social media and PR but I’ve been finding that creative entrepreneurs are the people who light me up…

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Jen and Jesse of Huntress Florals

“We met each other at transitional periods of our lives and happened to meet through floral design. We’re both from Pennsylvania and our friendship just kind of happened. Our paths both aligned when we realized how much loss helped us. We may not have known each other for long, but we’re like soul sisters. We…

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Gracie Square of Gilgu

“Unemployment made me realize there is more to life than just paying bills. At the end of the day what I’m doing, I’m doing it for me. I don’t ever want to be the person who puts pressure on people, especially with style. Different strokes for different folks, but I want to share my passion…

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Divina Griffin of SD Coffee Questers

“I started coffee questers because I wanted to share all of the different coffee shops here in San Diego as well as all the art within the community. It’s also a way for people to socialize and everyone is so friendly! With working a 9 to 5, I don’t find that to be my definition…

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Raelee Nikole

“Honestly, my dream gig would be performing at a festival like Coachella during sunset. There’s something about the vibe that I love about having a huge crowd enjoy the scenery as I get to play my music. I started out playing farmers markets, and because you’re trying to get people’s attention – that’s how I…

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Devan Danielle

“It’s okay that there are people out there who are happy with their 9 to 5, and it’s okay that I don’t want to live that life. It’s okay that I want more. That idea of living an extraordinary life is living and doing what you can with whatever time you have. You have to…

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Larry Vida

“It’s about focusing on yourself and what makes you happy. I’ve found that your 20s are a pivotal point in one’s life. After living the first quarter of my life, there’s a lot of self-discovery that gave me that freedom as an adult while also giving me that necessary time for growth. You have to…

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Lisa Lee of Home Bakeshop

“Baking defines my personality. I love the idea of being alone and immersed in baking, but also love bringing people together with what I create. I found out how useful/powerful it is to meet people through social media, especially in the creative community in San Diego. And for me, it’s building the overall experience for…

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