The World’s Oldest Table

I must admit, I’ve become somewhat of a wood working snob over the years. In part, this is because my husband turns bowls and other treasures. Often times, the wood is local and has a story behind it. Or, not local with a story behind it… like the time we had to call TSA to … Continue reading The World’s Oldest Table

The Intersection of Healthcare and Technology: My Firsthand Experience

Greetings from northern Wisconsin! This weekend I’m heading outside to enjoy what is sure to be fall peak in my neck of the woods. I couldn’t be more excited in part because this comes after a nearly a month of my entire family being sick. And, knock on wood, but right now we are all … Continue reading The Intersection of Healthcare and Technology: My Firsthand Experience

The Perfect Marketing Storm

The calendar says April 4 but if I look out my window, I have the joys of seeing a fresh foot of snow. As someone who is training for a half-marathon, this is extremely annoying. Muster up a conversation with anyone in the tri-county or possibly tri-state area, and the conversation will likely turn to … Continue reading The Perfect Marketing Storm

Bulk Foods in the Woods… Why not?

This article first appeared in the December issue of Business North. I couldn't help but sharing for the simple fact that it is folks like Kitten that make living in northwest Wisconsin so awesome. Plus, where else in the U.S will you find a massive Bulk Food Store in the middle of nowhere... Definitely off … Continue reading Bulk Foods in the Woods… Why not?

Goat Cheese Anyone?

In this month's Business North, I have several articles covering a wide range of topics from a local goat cheese maker, to an off the beaten path bulk food store and an in-depth look at the man behind the Evergreen Country Shopper. I thought I'd share the goat cheese story first, because well, who doesn't … Continue reading Goat Cheese Anyone?