Beth Probst
Mom. Communicator. Explorer. Living the simple but authentic life in northwest Wisconsin.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved listening, learning and sharing stories.

I started my professional life in television journalism as a producer and later managing editor. During this time, I won a number of awards including one from the Associated Press for writing on a piece I did about my photo hero Jim Brandenburg.

In 2005, I left television news to find a more balanced life. I found it in the heart of Bayfield County on Moon Lake. It is here I married a forester, became a mom, and, discovered my passion for roasting coffee, gardening and running. It also became home to my freelance marketing and writing business.

Today, I split my time working as a senior marketing and communications specialist at Memorial Medical Center in Ashland and growing my personal business. I work with a variety of clients within the tourism, travel, arts, healthcare and nonprofit world. I also love discovering and sharing stories about regional entrepreneurs and businesses in a variety of regional newspapers, magazines and trade publications.

I’m a board member for the Bayfield County Economic Development Corporation and Vice-Chair on the board of directors for NorthLakes Community Clinic.

IMG_1468Life on Moon Lake isn’t perfect; but it sure is filled with adventures. I hope you enjoy reading about some of my adventures. And, should you ever find yourself needing someone to share your stories, drop me a line. I’d love to hear from you!

2 thoughts on “About

  1. I think I will always look bad at the Circle Tour as one of the best trips ever. It was just so relaxing… hard to believe all of the different spots we encountered were all along the same amazing lake. Great times!!

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