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Serious Java

It was a bright, sunny day in Southern New Hampshire when I decided to head to the beach. And by that, I mean the temperatures on said Saturday in February were estimated to venture into the 50s and I needed to see the ocean ASAP. I spent about two hours walking up and down Hampton […]

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New Month’s Resolution

Remember those exciting and inspiring New Year’s resolutions we made a month ago? Me neither. Not the specifics anyway. Something about replacing things that are fun with things that aren’t fun. Fortunately with February right around the corner we can bury those radical ideas in the past and drop the guilt of nonperformance. We’re about […]

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Why Women Should Fail More: A Celebration of the Triumphs and Tribulations of Female Tech Founders

I grew up in an entrepreneurial household where my parents were both small business owners, my dad a local landscaper and my mom a local ice cream purveyor. My parents’ work ethics, combined with society’s definition of success, ingrained in me early on a driving motivation that reverberated through my childhood, even if it was […]

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From Field Trip To Tradition

When your parents are laid-back homebodies and your family lives within twenty minutes, Christmas becomes a very easy, very routine holiday. While most families fought the annual battle of who was hosting what and how to fit all the family gatherings into the few weekends in December, my family fell back on the same plan […]

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Burgers to Drive For

Burgers and fries are one of those meals you can cook year-round. A summer grilling staple, they’re also a perfect football tailgating food or an eat-by-the-fireplace comfort food in the winter. This weekend, we found the burgers that would be perfect any day of the year, especially if you don’t feel like cooking. I’ve heard […]