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March 23rd, 2015

Meet the Team- Meghan Kelly

This month's interview was conducted with one of our two interns this semester. Meghan Kelly is filling the role of our Features Reporter. A senior at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, she has been busy working with our editorial team to create excellent content on a number of our publications, including Holidays Helper, 'Bout Home, and Little Bit of Green. Read on to learn more about Meghan.

MPK: What do you do in your role as the Features Reporter?

MK: As the Features Reporter, I interview professionals and experts in their area of expertise and write up their information
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March 9th, 2015

PeKu News- March 2015

We're into the second week of March and most of New Hampshire is excited. Why is that? The temperature has been above freezing for three consecutive days! As the winter starts to wind down and spring approaches, it is a delight to have temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. If you don't live in a cold region of the globe, you're probably questioning how temperatures that low can feel warm, but trust me, they do.

So, as I sit at my desk and look at the slowly descending snowbanks, I am excited for the reappearance of
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March 2nd, 2015

What’s New in March 2015?

As I thought about changes at PeKu that are happening this month, there were many that came to mind. The stage of the change varies. One has been put in place, another should arrive mid-month, others are under way for launch in April, and others are simply ideas being tossed around in my mind like balls in a lottery drawing. It seems that change at PeKu is perpetual.

Having said all of that, I am not ready to share most of those changes.  There is so much fluidity that some of the ideas may morph and others may
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February 23rd, 2015

Meet the Team- Tania Cowling

Tania Cowling is one of the newer writers on the PeKu team, having celebrated her one year anniversary this past December. However, although she's new to us, she isn't new to the world of parenting and crafts. Tania shares her knowledge in these areas through her weekly articles on Holidays Helper and Your Parenting Info. Whether you're looking for a craft to entertain the preschool set, some ideas for family parties, advice on infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, Tania is your resource.

I spoke with Tania to learn a little bit about her when she's not behind the keyboard.

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February 16th, 2015

Plowing Ahead- Snow or Not

If you haven't seen the headlines lately, it's been a crazy few weeks of weather in New England. We went from no snow in early January to feet, and more feet, of snow. In fact, my town had the grand honor of garnering the most snow in the state of New Hampshire a couple weeks ago. *Woohoo!*

As a parent of teens and a CEO, these snowstorms have an assortment of impacts. Snowy days means the schools are closed. They also mean that it really isn't worth driving to the office, especially when most of my work can
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February 9th, 2015

PeKu News- February 2015

Just as one is amazed at how quickly a child grows up, so am I amazed at how long it has been since PeKu was launched. This July marks PeKu's seventh birthday.  In some ways it doesn't seem possible that this company has existed for so long. I can't possibly have been working on this project/business for that long.

What is even more amazing is that two of my writers have been with PeKu since almost the very beginning. Jane Wangersky and Ronald Rowe began writing for PeKu six years ago this February.  As my most senior writers,
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