The Life Section

Seeking the answers to life’s tough questions

Sunday, March 12, 2017 Jim Robidoux 0

As we try to maintain our sanity in times of stress and turmoil, these questions need answers. We are deceived when we begin to believe men are true, because they simply are not. Where a person belongs can change. And figuring out what we are here for, anyway, is the whole point of being. READ MORE

Story Time with Miss Frizzell

Review: ‘Scrappy Little Nobody’ by Anna Kendrick

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 Carol Robidoux 1

A new year means new experiences, new people, and a chance to start over. For 2017, I decided to try something different and read a non-fiction book for the first time. Normally, I have no interest in anything non-fiction, unless it has to do with American History. However, when I found out that one of my favorite actresses had written a book, I knew I had to give it a try. READ MORE

The Soapbox

4 undeniable reasons you should shop small

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 Carol Robidoux 1

Shopping with small retailers offers a multitude of benefits over shopping with big box chains and high volume manufacturers. If you’re still wondering what shopping small is really all about, here are some especially impactful reasons you should consider making the switch to the #shopsmall life. READ MORE

The Soapbox

To my beautiful black daughters in Trump’s America

Monday, March 6, 2017 Carol Robidoux 0

“So, my hope for the future of this country – and world – lies in you. It is in your unapologetic love of yourself and your culture. It is in the love you, and many others, are spreading through day-to-day interactions. It is in your revolutionary act of being … and not just being, but being happy and proud of who you are. And it is in the way you will continue to educate, speak out against injustice, and fight for the liberation of all people.” READ MORE

The Life Section

Did Jacob Wrestle With God? I think not.

Thursday, March 2, 2017 Carol Robidoux 0

It was during this time period I was learning about spiritual things, as well. Reading about Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob in the Book of Genesis was inspiring. Especially connecting the dots between Old Testament and New, old covenant and new. Even now, almost 45 years later, I’m still connecting all the dots. READ MORE

Forward Focus

Cool back stories of just a few of the 3 million successful veteran-owned businesses

Sunday, February 26, 2017 Carol Robidoux 0

Serving in the military is a tough calling that requires mental toughness, courage, passion, commitment, and the ability to do what it takes to get the job done. Those who serve our country put others before themselves, and we are truly blessed to be able to count on our heroes in uniform. The skills that one develops while in the military prepares them well for the role of business owner. READ MORE

The Gay Agenda

Talking Transgender: What Trump’s repeal means for NH’s transgender students

Saturday, February 25, 2017 Carol Robidoux 0

Here in New Hampshire, lawmakers are seriously considering passing a bill that would ultimately serve to protect transgender individuals in our community by including them in the state’s anti-discrimination laws. As WMUR reports, the bill’s proposal was largely supported, but a member of the conservative group Cornerstone Action has argued that there is not enough proof that this amendment is necessary. READ MORE

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