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Michele

Michele Pesula Kuegler is the founder of PeKu Publications and chief foodie at Think Tasty. She runs this one-woman show focusing on creating new recipes to delight her family, friends, and herself.


What’s New in April?

by Michele Pesula Kuegler on April 6th, 2015
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EY_April-Highlights_2015Here in New Hampshire, something new is the reappearance of sidewalks, shrubs, and yard decor. Yes, our snow is finally melting, and signs of spring are appearing. In our yard we don’t have any flowers blooming yet, but the songbirds have returned to the window outside of my office. Our chickens’ pen looks much larger, now that they have space to run instead of mounds of snow. So, while it may not be a typical April, after our snowy winter, it feels great.

At PeKu there are new things happening on a couple of our publications.

  1. Good Life Review is further embracing our female audience. Rather than writing about four generic arts experiences and four active adventures in our monthly destination, we are viewing travel from a few of the styles in which our readers travel- family vacation, romantic travel, girls’ trip, and budget travels. Within each of these styles we will share suggestions for lodging, arts destinations, and active daytrips in which you might want to partake. So, whether you and your best friend want to head to Paris or you’re thinking of seeing Vienna with your partner, we will have ideas to inspire.
  2. Feathers Fins and Fur has restructured its editorial calendar. We still will highlight favorite breeds of cats, dogs, fish, and more. As these animals are more akin to family than pets for so many of us, we also have decided to start writing about the products you’ll love for your feathered, furry, or finned friend. From food products to toys to homemade treatments for Fido, we’ve got you covered. Plus, we also have added a weekly column to highlight topics related to fostering and rescued pets.

Be sure to visit these two publications and let us know what you think. We’d love some feedback, as we aim to inspire, inform, and engage our audience.


Michele

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