November is National Adoption Awareness Month. Were you aware of that? Ok, pun aside, I typically am not a huge “today is national _____ day”… donuts, speak like a pirate, or even my beloved coffee. Probably because I speak like a pirate every day. Ooooor the truth is, they aren’t important. Just fun. I like […]
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We are thrilled to bring you this 2017 Guide to Bentleyville! The guide is made possible through our generous partners Edgewater Hotel and Waterpark and Alerus Financial. While this is a sponsored post, all opinions are 100% our own.
Book clubs have this stereotype right? Tons of wine, women circled up drinking and gossiping about their families. We see it in the movies and TV. Maybe some are like that. But an honest to goodness book club is a fantastic outlet for the kid-busy momma. I love reading. These days I have about […]
Homeschooling is a subject that has TONS of misconceptions and opinions. Sometimes, its a best fit for your family, just like choosing public, private, or charter school
Let’s get real for a minute. Fall is coming. It’s kinnnnnnda already here. GULP. It’s fleeting in these parts, but it’s glorious and beautiful. The Duluth
“Everyone should see a counselor six times in their lives…” I heard that phrase twice in a short period. Does that ever happen to you? Here’s exactly what I typed into the magical google machine: “what the effect called when you learn something new, and then keep hearing about it.” Can you spot the glaring typos? […]
There are few better ways to spend a summer night in Duluth; Hot dogs, watermelon, kids playing in the yards, and fun conversations.
Are you still undecided about how and where you’ll spend the Fourth of July? We’ve rounded up several area events to help you plan your Independence Day. Take the kiddos to a parade or festival, let them enjoy dancing to music and gobbling up tasty food, and then settle in on blankets and lawn […]