Category Archive for: ‘How To’

  • Golfing

    The Top 5 Bachelor Getaway Ideas in New Hampshire

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    A bachelor’s getaway doesn’t need to be a drinking bash. It can easily be a group adventure designed to bring out the best in friendship bonds with a weekend or week-long getaway. Here are five opportunities and top activities available in New Hampshire that don’t …

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  • Country Wedding

    32 Do-It-Yourself Creative Wedding Favors

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    Somewhere between interviewing photographers and sampling cake you remember you still need wedding favors for your guests to take home. You’ve got two options. First, you could plop down a chunk of your wedding budget on prepackaged doodads, like overly scented candles or flimsy cookie …

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  • Dog Treat

    7 Homemade Dog Treat Recipes

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    You know how much you love homemade treats? The four-legged members of your family love them too! Here are seven nutritious homemade treats that are sure win a top spot on your dog’s list of favorite foods. Gift Treats Made with bacon fat, eggs and …

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  • Holding Hands

    5 Romantic Gift Ideas for your Girlfriend or Wife

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    What was the last time you showed your girlfriend or wife a little romance? There’s no better way to show her that you love her, especially on her birthday, your anniversary or for no reason at all. Plan one of these five romantic gift ideas …

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  • Healthy Eating

    The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Food

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    Finding new ways to stay healthy can often be as clear cut as the option between choosing a salad in place of fried potatoes for your side dish. But what do you do when you have to choose between two healthy selections? Check out these …

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  • Spices

    How to Recreate 36 World Cuisines with 3 Spices

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    When cooking, the importance of spices cannot be overstated. Furthermore, to adequately duplicate any cuisine from another culture, you first have to learn what spices and ingredients are used and learn how to utilize them. For example, to make a Caribbean dish, you will likely …

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  • Saco Tubing Featured

    Tubing down the Saco River

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    If you’re looking to try something new this summer, we recommend tubing down the Saco River in Conway, New Hampshire. With crystal clear water and an average depth of 3 ft., the Saco is a safe and enjoyable way to spend a summer afternoon with …

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  • Travel Money

    What are you really getting for your travel dollars?

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    For people traveling, one of the biggest concerns tends to be cost. People want to get the most from their trip for the money they have budgeted, but sometimes it can be difficult to note all the different areas where money will be required. Whether …

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  • Rotary Evaporator

    Making Cocktails with Science

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    As drinks in the best bars reach new levels of sophistication, their preparation has been taking on a decidedly scientific bent. A recent Business Insider article profiled a number of bars around the world now using laboratory-inspired equipment. Vacuum machines, industrial filters and tabletop stills …

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  • Adirondack Chair at Stonehurst Manor

    How To Make An Adirondack Chair

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    Imagine sitting out on the lawn at the Stonehurst Manor in an Adirondack Chair, gazing out over Mount Washington. The soft breeze and the mild air invite you to relax and enjoy the stunning scenery. There are few experiences that are more refreshing than taking …

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