In the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic, companies are getting on board with remote work culture. The media highlights people living in big cities relocating because their work is now remote, but people who already live in their dream towns don’t need to relocate to take advantage of remote work. Companies are creating more lenient work from home policies, giving people who live in beautiful settings more reason to work from home and enjoy their communities.
Monadnock Oil and Vinegar is a gorgeous small store and tasting room in Peterborough, NH that sells oils, vinegars, herbs, salts, cheese, jams and jellies. Monadnock Oil and Vinegar was founded by Korey Snow and Kim Homoleski in late 2013. The couple who are avid farmers themselves became interested in oils and vinegars when they learned
Beeze Tees is a screen printing shop in Keene, NH that prides itself on competitive pricing, attention to detail and quick turn around. Four years ago, it’s founder, Tim Pipp, started the company out of his basement while attending Keene State College. After graduating, Pipp moved the business to a 700 sq foot space on Emerald street
The Hannah Grimes Center is a nonprofit that focuses on educating, supporting and assisting entrepreneurs and community builders in the Monadnock region. This work is done in a larger effort to foster a thriving and sustainable local economy. To achieve its mission, the Hannah Grimes Center offers a wide range of business development programs and
Shaker Style in Harrisville, NH is a family run business offering handcrafted Shaker furniture. Shaker furniture is distinct style of furniture craftsmanship that focuses on simplicity, utility and quality. A Shaker furniture builder since 1989, Stephen Barlow is a third generation wood worker. Barlow started his business out of his garage in Peterborough and had
New England Everyday Goods is a unique retail store that sells practical products made in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Founded in 2010, by Jim and Susan Therriault in a small 400 square foot location in Peterborough, NH, the shop did so well that they needed to buy a sprawling 11,000 square foot
MB Message Westmoreland, NH is a holistic message therapy studio. The studio is owned and operated by Melisa Blanchard who is trained in Swedish, Neuromuscular, Trigger Point, Deep Tissue, Sports, Reflexology, Lymphatic and Circulatory Massage. She attended The New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts School of Massage Therapy, an intensive 800 hour massage program. To learn more
(This post was original posted on Monadnotes.com) It was one of those way too familiar Friday nights this winter – weekend storm coming, better get out while you can. So I headed over to Sunflowers at the end of the dinner hour and was greeted by Michael Blake playing electric guitar. His selections included some rock,