Boomerang. She left, she came back, she loves it.

For our first installment, Kate asked that we introduce ourselves.  So here is the Anna Moskov elevator speech. I grew up in Bow, NH.  It was okay, but nothing too exciting went on there. I went to college at UNH in Durham, got a degree in Social Work. I pretty much loved every second of […]

A bucket list for NH

I first heard about Stay Work Play a couple months ago, but wish it had been much earlier. First, a little about myself- I graduated from Saint Anselm College on May 18th and about 18 hours after I retired the cap and gown, picked up my adorable teddy bear look-a-like puppy. I named him Yaz. […]


Post College: My Clothes are Hopeless

When I graduated from college, I did not anticipate that I would have to completely overhaul my wardrobe. Seriously, when it came to the internship and my job after graduation, I had no clothes to wear! That being said, my sense of style has changed to some extent over the past few years. Now it’s […]


NH Young Professionals Networks Unite!

There’s college, and there’s the Chamber of Commerce, and somewhere in between, the next generation’s workforce has to find its place in the world. Here in New Hampshire, organizations like Stay Work Play are leading the charge. Born out of an initiative to keep young professionals here in NH to help the state’s economy continue […]


A White Mountain Work Day: Planning Ahead

Picture this: Waking up at 6AM to the sound of crickets and birds, having a nutritious breakfast, and setting out on an hour-long adventure of your choice.Take a quick hike, mountain bike ride, play 9 holes, ski a few runs, or do a few personal errands all before opening that first email around 9AM.As technology […]


People are buying houses in the Sunapee area!

Whoa, another fantastic month for home sales! This past August 2012 there were 62 home sales in the Sunapee Region which is 58.9% higher than it was in August 2011 (39 home sales). The median sales price is actually up $17,500 to $197,500 when compared to August 2011. Home sales from January until the end […]


Live Free and Hike Goes Kayaking

Jill and I have been saying for a while that we wanted to try kayaking. We see kayaks on the roofs of cars all the time. It seems as though everyone has one nowadays. Also, I’ve read a lot of blogs with trip reports regarding kayaking and it looks like so much fun. So, we […]


From Chicago to Keene: Here’s why….

When I found out I was moving to New England I began looking for the best place to raise my family. We decided on Keene, NH because of the school system and we loved the access to the great outdoors. Keene also had a vibrant small town community with many of the resources and infrastructure […]


Monadnock-nock. Who’s there?

A wise man once told me I was responsible as an interpreter to build a mutual respect between nature and visitors, at Monadnock State Park, this is something I do not take lightly. To personify Monadnock is impossible, but to understand it’s varied personalities and respect its trails and natural splendors is of great importance. […]