Facebook for the Future

I’m gearing up for the Plymouth State University Career Development night tonight (plug from 5pm-8pm) and was asked to give tips and hints for graduating seniors about the interview process. “Ok!” let the researching begin. (Insert small geek moment) What is the most important thing to tell the future of the workforce? After speaking with […]


Festivus for the Rest of Us

It is that time of year again. That is all you need to say and everyone seems to know what time of year you are talking about. It is a time to enjoy your family and friends, give gifts, help those less fortunate and remember the holidays of the past. But for many of us […]


All To Ourselves

This week, I am writing to you from Nantucket, MA; a lovely island 26 miles of the coast of Cape Cod. I used to call this island home, and I still would if I didn’t make residence in the great 603.  I am on Nantucket on a work-cation, filling in my week before I start […]


Holiday Traditions – What are yours?

The holidays are among us. I’m not kidding. With Thanksgiving come and gone, it only means one thing. It’s almost Christmahanakwanzika (I think that covers all of ‘em). Once all of the turkey leftovers have been gobbled up (har har), the countdown begins! I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t excited. In the midst […]


Don’t Judge A Dog By It’s Breed

These are a few of my favorite things. To continue on with this theme, after writing about the Fall, hiking and volunteering, I am going to move on to another favorite… my American Staffordshire Terrier, Calli. Like many people I grew up with a family dog, but let’s be honest, my parents took care of […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]