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Paddleboard Fishing

From the time I was 6 or 7, until I was about 10 years old, I fished regularly with my Dad and brother in Marion, MA, where my grandparents lived. The fishing wasn’t much, just using worms to hook scup. Sometimes we used fishing rods, but mostly we used crusty old drop lines that my […]


Ticks Are The Worst

There, I said it. Ticks are the worst, and I hate them forever. I know this is a strong opening, but I’m not sorry. They’re not cute, they’re not helpful, and they don’t pollinate. They just creep, crawl, hide, bite, and transmit awful diseases. Every year, when spring and summer roll around, I have to […]


Photos from #StayWorkPlayGive in Concord

Wednesday was the third annual Stay Work Play Give event, and with volunteer fairs held around the state, it was awesome! Here in Concord, the held drew young professionals from throughout the Capital region to The New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) to find out more about nonprofits that operate locally and statewide. Young […]


Time for some yard work!

I don’t want to jinx us, but I think spring is finally here! Don’t get me wrong – the winter is fun and all, but it’s April and it’s time to get on with it. Spring means grilling, running, hiking, biking, swimming (if you’re brave), and most importantly, yard work! Okay, maybe yard work isn’t […]


Go Solar in 2017

If you own your own home and plan to stay there for the long haul, you should put solar panels on it now. Yes, it costs money to do so, BUT if you’re in your forever house, solar panels could save you tens of thousands of dollars over the long-term, and the environment will appreciate […]