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Wisconsin

Wander, Don’t ​Wonder: The Beauty of Collaboration

Hiking the North Kettles

When I dreamt up the idea of this blog, my main goal was to foster community. I wanted to immerse myself in my new home state, meet other people who shared similar passions and share my journey and discoveries with others beyond the screen. Since moving, it has been a whirlwind. We are new homeowners,…

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The Present of our Presence

WisConcierge Blog Post

Isn’t it funny how we’ve become slaves to social media, when, for many, choosing this digital career path signified more freedom? You may not be tethered to a desk or taking direction from a boss, but is the small device in your hand an influence that is pulling you in a direction other than forward?…

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The Elegant Farmer: A Visit to the Orchard

Mukwanago, Wisconsin, The Elegant Farmer Apple Orchard

This past weekend we finally made it to The Elegant Farmer, an apple orchard and market located in Mukwonago, Wisconsin – not too far from where we live. Our weather has been rainy the past couple of weeks and the orchard was too soggy to go apple picking. So when we saw clear skies and…

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The Milwaukee Lakefront: Trails with Stellar Views

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Lakefront Trail

Last week I decided to ‘take on’ an article that I read, Only In Your State – Wisconsin edition. The piece was about the lakefront paths in Milwaukee and the views that make these trails worth the steps! I love being downtown, so I take any excuse (yes, even exercise) to head there. But what…

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Milwaukee Weekend Events: What’s Brewing in Town

Milwaukee Wisconsin Events

We may be at the start of October where I would imagine clear skies and crisp air with the scent of bonfires in the distance… but I’m just a silly Floridian who has forgotten how sporadic the weather here in the Midwest can be. Rain, so much rain. And the past couple of days we…

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Milwaukee Art Museum: A Feast for the Eyes

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Art Museum

On the shoreline of Lake Michigan, amidst the vibrant city that is Milwaukee, you will find a masterpiece of architectural design – The Milwaukee Art Museum. Having been only a visitor to Milwaukee in the past, I had never made it out to the museum. As a local now, I feel it is my responsibility…

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WisConcierge: A Long Awaited Homecoming

Today, I am not the only one reading this post. Today is the day where this passion project of mine is launched into the world. A website I had only dreamed of having so many years ago. A website made into reality fueled by my curiosity of what it could become. A website that wasn’t…

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Alpaca Wine Tasting at London Dairy Alpaca Ranch

Two Rivers, Wisconsin - London Dairy Alpacas

Since I was young I have always been drawn to the unusual. My curiosity knows no bounds, so when it comes to trying new things I am usually the first to volunteer. I was looking at numerous fall events within Wisconsin – apple orchards, pumpkin patches, scenic foliage drives galore – but when I stumbled…

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Goals for my move to Wisconsin

Waukesha, Wisconsin - Moving

I am now a permanent fixture of Wisconsin and I could not be more thrilled! I have always embraced change, and acclimating to new places has always come easily. As I am still getting settled (home ownership is no joke), I thought I would share what my goals are as a new resident and a…

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My First Wisconsin State Fair

Wisconsin, Wisconsin State Fair

Since moving to Wisconsin I have been able to incorporate some fun activities amidst the chaos of trying to move in and live out of boxes… with no furniture mind you. From frozen custard to strolling the streets of the Third Ward in Milwaukee, to exploring some neighboring parks and villages, I have really had…

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