The Red Oak Life Blog

Things to Do in Milford, NH

Are you thinking about things to do in Milford, NH?  Milford is a little hidden gem in New Hampshire, close to Nashua, Amherst, Bedford and Manchester. It is located along the Souhegan River. Milford was once the home of numerous granite quarries giving it the nick name “The Granite Town in the Granite State”. There are lots of great activities to take advantage of here.

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How to Save Money at the Gym

How to save money at the gym is a concern for many people. One of the most common goals for most people is to get back in shape. Getting a gym membership can definitely help you work towards that goal. However, if you aren’t careful when signing up for a membership, the only thing that will be getting slim will be your wallet. These tips will help you slim down your waistline, while keeping more money in your pocket.

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Things to Do in Derry

There are lots of things to do in Derry.  Although Derry may come across as a small New Hampshire town, it is actually the third largest community in New Hampshire behind Manchester, Nashua and Concord. Frequently referred to as “Spacetown” because it is the home of Astronaut Alan Sheppard, Derry has a lot to offer its’ residents, not only with its features and attractions, but is also as a great commuter town to Massachusetts and other cities in New Hampshire.

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Saving Money at the Movies

Everyone loves going to the Movie Theater to catch the latest new releases! Going to the movies gives you the opportunity to jump right into someone else’s shoes and to see their story.  However, going to the movies can be very costly if you aren’t careful. Here are some ways to save money on going to see the latest movies.

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What you should know about living in Manchester

Manchester is the largest city in New Hampshire with over 110 thousand residents.   It is also the business and entertainment hub of the state. There are countless things to do in Manchester that range from skiing in the winter to baseball games in the summer.  It's a great place to call home.

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day without Breaking the Bank

Valentine's Day is a day for showing the one you love some appreciation and kindness!  It’s very possible to do this without spending a lot of money.  Here are a few suggestions on dates and gifts that won’t break your bank accoun

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