Haley Kieser

United States of America

Writer, Explorer, and Lifelong Learner

7 U.S. Winter Beer Festivals

Many breweries and event companies around the U.S. are throwing beer festivals during the cold-weather months - and craft beer drinkers can't get enough. After all, there's nothing quite like a robust stout to keep you warm. Why not throw saisons, Belgian wits, and others into the mix?

Find MN Homes For Sale
Tips for Hosting Thanksgiving Dinner in Your New Home - Find MN Homes For Sale

Tips for Hosting Thanksgiving Dinner in Your New Home You just purchased a new home. You're so excited to show it off that you volunteered to host Thanksgiving this year! What better time to begin making memories than the holidays? If it's your first-time hosting Thanksgiving, hosting a dinner party can be a daunting task ...

The Campus Commons
What to Get Rid of Before College

College is an interesting part of life. Starting out on your own for the first time, in a new environment - it's a wonderful time of change. While some people tend to hold onto old things, and cling to the past, the best thing to do is embrace the change that is coming.

The Best Sports Cars for Daily Driving - Ridestory

While sports cars are the nicest, coolest, and most noticeable cars on the road, consistently driving one as your commuting vehicle turns to be a pain after too long. Commonly, their limited interiors can be a burden for moving even some larger objects to and from destinations.

Wonder Forest
How To Be The Boss Of Your Finances After College - Wonder Forest

Your college career has come to an end, and the real world has quickly swooped in to replace it. Joining the workforce and having access to new-found money is exciting, but be careful to not get carried away. Before you start blowing your cash, make sure to grab the reins on your finances.

The 4 Best Cities for Women-Owned Businesses

While raw employment numbers have fluctuated wildly over the last ten years, the number of women who own their own businesses has continued to rise. Between 1997 and 2007, the number of female entrepreneurs in the United States grew from 5.4 million to 7.8 million.