Kids at Work

In the past week I’ve seen a couple of photos circulating on Facebook of female politicians with their small children at work. The first one is of an Italian representative at the European Union, Licia Ronzulli, voting on bills on the floor with her newborn in a sling. The second is a mock swearing in […]


Fun @ Stay Work Play

Hate Mail When I think of the White Mountains, I often envision slopes dotted with colorful skiers, snow dappled villages nestled in between towering mountains, and mugs of hot chocolate taken by the fire in the lodge. What I do not imagine is theater. But theater the White Mountains has. On stage at the Jean’s […]


Everyone has a love

So today is Valentine’s Day, happy day of love to everyone out there. By now since most of you know I am getting married this year, you would expect that my post will revolve around my best friend and true love Lindsay, about how we will share a romantic evening at a restaurant tonight, because we […]


Get your Stitch Fix.

We’ve all been there. You go into your closet, or open your drawers to get ready for work, a casual Saturday, a night out with friends or a special occasion and it hits you like a ton of bricks. I HAVE NOTHING TO WEAR! Technically, you do but that’s beside the point. You don’t want […]


Attention New Hampshire, Calling all inner artists!

I always tell my students that we all have strengths and weaknesses and everyone in society is important-it is like one big puzzle and everyone plays an important role. Take farm horses, for example. Some of them can pull up to 4,000 pounds by themselves but  when one horse works together with another horse they can […]


Economical Playing in the Granite State

It’s nearing that time of year where I am starting to feel antsy to do things. The holidays have passed, so there is little excuse to eat whatever I want and lay around the apartment, but it’s not quite spring where I’m motivated to go out hiking or any of the other outdoors-y things that […]


Networking networking networking

I’ve been doing a lot of networking lately. Sometimes it’s exhausting. Sometimes I just want to skip it and go home after a long day at work. Just last week, while driving to the Dyntini in Manchester my friend and I jokingly said “should we just skip this and go have dinner?” But we decided to stay strong […]


The Best Sledding Spot In New Hampshire

If you’ve been keeping a watch on the state’s weather forecast, you’ve heard that we’re expecting to get slammed with an epic snowstorm this weekend. The state Emergency Operations Center is already preparing, snow plows are at the ready, and the meteorologists are predicting 18 to 24 inches over Friday night. Now, I’m sure that skiers all across […]


Fun @ Stay Work Play

The Spirit of Mardi Gras Forget Valentine’s Day.  You need to check out Mardi Gras at the Capital Center for the Arts in Concord on February 15 starting at 7pm.  Hosting the event is the Ghostlight Society, which refers to itself as the younger supporters of the Capital Center of the Arts. The night will […]


You Can’t Take It With You

Mr. Anthony Kirby Jr. is the Vice President of Kirby Company, a large financial services firm in Wall Street.  He graduated from Cambridge, travelled much of the world, and now works for the family business, Kirby Company.  He is about 28 years old and is one of those genuine, good-hearted, non-judging, ethical young gentlemen who […]

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