She Discovers: New Favorites in the Northwoods

Do you remember summer as a kid? Those summer days seemed endless and I never truly understood the luxury of being able to enjoy them without schedules, stress, or the Sunday scaries. This summer, I made a point to revisit that youthful summer feeling as much as possible and I made sure to let my natural curiosity lead me to some new adventures. Here are a few of my favorite new discoveries of Summer 2019.

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She Confesses: Why I Hate Hiking

Hiking” for me is a relatively new concept. I never once remember as a child going hiking or having that word be part of my vocabulary. When I got older and friends would talk about going hiking, I’d immediately nope out of that situation and find something more appealing to do. Even now, despite going on many excursions that are considered “hikes” on a regular basis, I still get that gut sinking feeling whenever I hear that word. I decided to do some self-reflection about why hiking gives me such a visceral reaction.

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She Learns: Nuances of Small Towns that Survive on Tourism

Much like I believe we should be connected to the food that we eat and the earth where we plant our feet, I think it’s important to be connected to the people who make our world turn. If you’re part of our community, you likely agree that some of the best trips around the sun include lake days and cabin weekends and Friday fish frys and Old Fashioneds.

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She Does: 30 Before 30

Anyone who looks at my cube at work or around my apartment can immediately tell that I love making lists. Since the big 3-0 is coming up in 2020, my friend and I each created a 30 before 30 list - 30 things we want to do before we turn 30 next year. Here are 5 items on my list that embody the spirit of doNorth.

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She Plays: Winter Cabin Game Guide

Now that the weather is cold, my itch for some games is growing strong. Here are a few of my go-to games. Whether that means a bags tournaments, some intense board games, or one too many card games, it always seems to be an essential activity for a weekend up north or any gathering, really.

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She Builds: 2019 Intentions

As we head into 2019, we’re taking what we learned this past year and applying those nuggets to our business in 2019. We’re setting intentions for where we want to spend our time and energy, and we’re setting goals for what we want to accomplish. Find out what our top three intentions are for 2019.

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