The new year has arrived, and along with it, perhaps a renewed sense of vigor to tackle a list of tasks that were left undone in 2020. Use the following tips from Wisconsin entrepreneurial, finance and fitness experts to follow through on your 2021 personal and professional goals.
Author: Rachel Werner
If you consider tacos to be basic on a gastronomic level, pay the beachy bartaco at Hilldale in Madison a visit to challenge that misconception.
Any seasoned foodie would be first to renounce takeout for the full sensorial experience of eating at a restaurant, which is what makes Ahan’s arrival in Madison so sensational from a culinary perspective.
Cafés may seem like a dime a dozen. But stepping into Twisted Grounds in Madison will feel like reliving the first time you kicked back with a steaming cup of java in an upscale coffeehouse.
If you’re starting to feel overwhelmed—and underfed—give yourself permission to simplify duties on the home front by letting a Wisconsin business do the cooking these last few weeks of 2020.
Furry friends need love too. Same goes for proper hygiene. Thank goodness for the educated staff at Madison-based Earthwise Pet—an animal nutrition and wellness center.
Online donations—in any amount—this Giving Tuesday will ensure the staff and volunteers at the Wisconsin orgs below (and many others around the state) have the fiscal support necessary to provide basic supplies and educational opportunities to Wisconsin residents in need.
A commitment to buying local as much as possible can go a long way in lending much-needed support to the numerous businesses throughout Wisconsin which have been impacted by COVID-19. Here’s a curated gift guide to get you started on a shop small spree this holiday season.
It’s starting to seem like quarantine life may drag on past New Year’s. Knowing we may have months to go before life is even semi-normal again, I desperately needed a physical and emotional reset—which I recently got via a mini-break at KOHLER Waters Spa.
Convenience and comfort converge to every lodger’s delight at Aloft Green Bay. The boutique hotel is easily accessible from the city’s downtown, the Titletown district, The National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help and several other popular attractions in the Fox River Region.