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Born and Raised: Why I Decided to Stay in New Hampshire

My name is Tiffany and I was born and raised in New Hampshire. I grew up in a small town called Chesterfield and went to Keene High School in Keene. In 2013, I graduated Salutatorian of my class and started my college career at the University of New Hampshire (UNH). After four very busy years, […]

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Your Ice Cream Fix… If You Dare

One of the best ways to find the best food in a new region is to ask the locals for their recommendations. I work with several people from the lakes region and I surround myself with people who drive great lengths for good food. The Sandwich Creamery came very highly recommended. This is not a place […]

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Are You Excited for Ski Season?

October 15th, 2017 and it was 80 degrees out, does not feel natural, right? Just think, in as little as one month’s time we will be preparing for Thanksgiving dinner and hopefully snagging last chair at our favorite mountains. Unfortunately, the weather hasn’t been the cool, crisp, refreshing fall air that should be embodying us […]

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Doing Good NH: Kelly Arbogast of Doggonit Training NH

This week I had the privilege of interviewing Kelly Arbogast! Kelly has dedicated her life to helping humans and their animals! She is a Certified Professional Dog Behavior Consultant, Trainer, Owner of Doggonit Training NH, and is the contracted behaviorist at the NH Humane Society (NHHS) located in Laconia.    Kelly is also an amazing […]

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9-5: The Unexpected Power Of An Internship

When you think of an internship, does your mind automatically think about making coffee runs for stuffy executives who don’t know your name? You’re not alone. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t AMAZING internship opportunities out there that can help you gain real work experience, meet wonderful people, and propel your career. Myra Fontaine, a […]

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Building A Gateway

Every day, my commute to and from work takes me past a construction project in Candia. Just beyond the offramps of Exit 3 off Route 101, a gas station sits in the middle of a work zone, earth movers and machines carving pieces of the terrain away bit by bit. It’s a dramatic sight if […]

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On Picking Your Own Fruit (Plus Two Recipes!)

Every summer begins with grand plans of visiting the farmer’s market weekly, picking my own fruit through the summer, and planting fresh herbs. These plans rarely come to fruition. Life gets in the way, I forget to water my plants, and I am always late for picking season. This summer was different. I completely forgot […]

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Doing Good NH: Heather Quinn of Forestview Manor

This week I spoke with Heather Quinn the Director of Nursing for Forestview Manor Assisted Living and a supporter and volunteer with the Alzheimer’s Association! Heather was born and raised in Wisconsin but made the big move to New Hampshire in high school. Heather went to nursing school in New Hampshire, fell in love and […]

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In Between the Leaves

I spent the last few days at a retreat up in the White Mountains. Not to sound too sentimental and/or corny but the mountains top my list of reasons to stay, work, and play in New Hampshire; driving through the Kancamagus in early September was stunning and it’s not even fall yet! I’m telling you […]

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