New Hampshire Magazine - August 2019

Transitioning Into Retirement

You’ve clocked out of your career and finally reached the stage where you’ve put the daily grind behind. But don’t assume that retired life will be a big proverbial bowl of cherries with days spent happily on the greens lowering your golf handicap or merrily sailing into technicolor sunsets on Golden Pond. Here are some tips for handling the reality of retirement.

Some Kinda Fun

New Hampshire's own Adi Rule discusses the wonders of a Granite State summer, from visiting the dump to looking at pigs.

Women Candidates Win in New Hampshire

New Hampshire voters may have a distinctly different opinion about what, exactly, electable means. For a while now, voters in the Granite State, particularly Democrats, have long preferred and sought to recruit female candidates, believing they had a better chance of winning. And our election record is quite clear — in New Hampshire, women win.

Roxane Chardon's Landscape Paintings

There’s nothing lovelier than a cloudy day in the early morning when viewed through the eyes of Roxane Chardon. Her pastels capture the soothing calm of a waterway, using light blues and contrasting shimmering pinks.

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