Ad-Ven-ture [ad-ven-cher] noun
1. an exciting or very unusual experience.
2. a bold, usually risky undertaking; hazardous action of uncertain outcome.
3. an entrepreneurial venture, done as a family, with the goal of learning and having a whole bunch of fun.
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When we first kicked off this journey, I wrote:
I’ve started a little family project so we can have some fun and use more of our creativity. Over the last several months I’ve been thinking about a few entrepreneurial projects and the kids and I have decided to give them a try. I’m not exactly sure where this journey will take us, but I’d like to share it with you.
At that time, I had really only thought of one or two projects. Over the last several weeks, however, I’ve been compiling a list and I’d like to share it with you. We’re calling it our AdVentures Bucket List and I thought if I put it out there for others to see, the law of attraction might come into play (yep, just did that…linked to Oprah.com).
Taco Wagon – coming in June – COMPLETE
Cupcakes – inspired by the Cake Boss – COMPLETE
Homemade Ice Cream – inspired by Amy’s Ice Creams
Children’s Book – inspired by Shel Silverstein
Kid’s Energy Bar – COMPLETE
Girl’s Handbag – what girl doesn’t dream of having her own line of handbags?
Kid’s T-Shirt – selling t-shirts is a right of passage for any entrepreneur
Just putting the list in writing gets me excited. What a fun way to introduce the kids to a bunch of different ways to make (or lose) money. Not only that, but we’ll get to create some more items from scratch and do a whole lotta learning along the way.
What other AdVentures should we consider? Do you know anything about making girl’s handbags? Is this going to be fun or what?