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A NH native ventures to the trees….

As one of the few native born New Hampshire citizens that doesn’t ski or snowboard, I rarely make it north of Tilton. So, it was a sense of adventure to recently drive up 93 to Lincoln for a day of zip lining with Alpine Adventures. My girlfriend & I were taking advantage of a deal […]

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The season of giving….

So this happened to work out very well. My last blog was more or less a play by play of how the wonderful New Hampshire community has been coming together to support the hurricane Sandy relief efforts. Being the day before Thanksgiving, I suppose it would be appropriate for me to catch you up to speed on […]

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Walk it like you talk it

Working at EVR I’ve had the pleasure of helping with multiple branding projects- whether it’s naming, logo design, color palette, tone of voice, yadda yadda yadda. Once our brand doc has changed hands our job becomes centered on preserving all that document entails. Deviation can take away from that ultimate goal of branding. Whether we […]

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Is it just me, or is it super cheap to live here?

Now, I will admit up front that I haven’t done a lot of research on this topic, but I won’t let that stop me from rambling on about how seriously affordable it is to live in NH and how incredibly happy I am about this. Times have been tough lately and a lot of people […]

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Play. Places to explore with a three year old.

Do you guys have kids? I have a three year old, Blake, and he likes to keep me busy. The only way we can maintain some sort of sanity in our day is to make sure that he gets a ton of exercise so that he doesn’t turn into a stir-crazy monster. It’s a lot of fun to […]

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Meet Up and Reach Out

As many young 30-somethings do, I live on a tight budget, yet I am always up for fun, social activities with friends. I grew up volunteering in my community and its something that I continue to do and love. After graduating from Plymouth State, I was lucky enough to get a few job offers in […]

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These are a few of my favorite things…this week.

SNOB Festival This past weekend I had the chance to visit Red River Theaters, downtown Concord for their annual hosting of SNOB Fest. What’s that you ask?! The Somewhat North Of Boston Film Festival is “a grassroots effort to showcase and support independent filmmaking.” The only downfall is I only had time to catch one […]

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New Hampshire’s Other Residents

During the fall I spend a lot of time in the woods.  Most people in the woods this time of year, are hikers, photographers and hunters.  The hunters and photographers because this is the time of year when animal activity is at its highest.  I will say that my time is spent hunting, although I […]

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New Hampshire Gives a . . . . . . . . LOT!

As I was finishing dinner on Sunday night with some neighbors, I received a call directly from my CEO.  He had flown in from London that day and would be flying back out to Aruba, where our holdings company is located, on Monday. Our Beacon Worldwide team primary resides outside of the United States due […]

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More Than Meets the Eye

I hosted a focus group of Lakes Region young professionals a few months ago to learn about why they live here and what the experience has been like for them. One thing we discussed is that many people (including people who have lived here a long time) think there is not much going on in […]