Archive for January, 2015

The Gig | Being A Small Maine Town Lawyer.

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Like the farmers in this country, in Maine, the small Maine town lawyers are getting older. More grey around the thinning temples. If the hair does decide to stick around. Greater numbers of lawyers, attorneys are being cranked out daily but like a lot of professions. There is the notion that you can not meet […]

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The Grange, Big Part Of Small Town Rural Life.

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Why was the Grange such an important part of small town living in rural areas of this country, around Maine? The Grange movement responsible for free rural mail delivery, lots of other small town contributions. Where the economy was pretty tied to agriculture, mostly local enterprises. The local Grange was a group of farmers working […]

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Maine | When Simple Is Way Way More Than Enough.

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“Take your time and don’t live life too fast. Troubles will come and they will pass.” Think of words that are in the same camp as “simple”. Do you reach tip toe high for those essential happy, content building blocks in your daily rise and shine? Or maybe chasing other glittering rainbow pathways. Trying to […]

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The Sound Of Maine Is Memorable Without The Ear Buds But…

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The noise of silence can be deafening. But slowly what is down low and in the background in Maine gets turned up and enjoyed. Outdoor sounds of Maine include feeling the fog rolling in off the ocean coastline. The rustling of dried, curled and colorful leave explosions in the fall during the second bloom. The […]

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Back To The Basics, Moving To Maine To Begin Again.

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Sometimes life seems to get out of control. Spinning too fast or bottom dropped out free falling. Hoping someone remembered to pack the parachute. As you fumble to locate the rip cord. Or maybe you are just pushing too hard on the leaning forward. Adding into the red zone pressure on the throttle lever. Causing […]

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Fear, Transitions, Polling The Audience In The Move To Maine.

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The World spins at a pretty good clip. Life transitions are hard no matter what your age. Because if you are content, comfortable in the place you park under the sunshine overhead, why do we have to stop the music? Need to change it up? You don’t. No matter if all the chatter from close […]

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It Was Like The Song About Two Cats In The Yard … Our House.

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I will hum a few bars and then you slide right in to the music stream as the mood strikes. “I’ll light the fire, you place the flowers in the vase that you bought today.” Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young penned lots of intense and soothing at the same time harmonies. That wrap around the […]

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The Audience Has Different Preferences Than Just You And I.

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Marketing to more than just your own special tastes, it means seeing others out in the audience. Because if you don’t, the following is small. Because last check, there are like colors in the rainbow a lot of distinct preferences for anything from music to food to where to vacation in Maine. Survey says (ding […]

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Foodie In Maine, Are You One?

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What’s for breakfast, dinner, supper in Maine? Three times a day or more, looking for something to eat. It is a fix most of us want to address. Wikipedia defines a foodie as “A foodie is a gourmet, or a person who has an ardent or refined interest in food and alcoholic beverages. A foodie […]

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Roll ’em, The Maine State Soap Box Derby Car Race Is In June.

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There is nothing like watching an eight year old, brand new Maine soap box derby racer. That is timid, standing close to Mom, Dad, whoever helped the driver build their stock car. That goes through the tech inspection, the weigh in and is ready for the maiden voyage. The practice run on a very big […]

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