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Ultimate Guide to Summer | Duluth Moms Blog

Ultimate Guide to Summer

Thank you to Vertical Endeavors for sponsoring our Ultimate Guide to Summer and for their commitment to being an source of family fun in all seasons of the year, including the summer months! Located in the heart of Canal Park, Vertical Endeavors offers climbing for all ages and abilities, has the North Shore’s largest climbing facility, and a [...]
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{Sponsored Post} Free Youth Races: Keep Kids Active Without Breaking the Bank

This post was sponsored by The Young Athletes Foundation, a program of Grandma’s Marathon, but all the opinions contained within are my own.Oh no, mamas! The school year is almost over and we’re all staring down the long summer days to come. The first few weeks days hours fly by in a flurry of activity: morning […]

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{Sponsored Post} Taking Fitness One Step at a Time with Moms on the Run

A big thanks to Duluth Moms on the Run for working with us to bring you this post.I like to take walks. My daughters are 2 and 5, and when the oldest is in preschool for the mornings, I often break out the stroller and my headphones and walk with the little one around the […]

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{Sponsored Post} FIT4MOM Classes: A Foolproof Way to Make Friends and Keep Fit

Thank you to FIT4MOM for inviting Duluth Moms Blog to check out their Stroller Strides Classes! They provided the opportunity, but all opinions are our own.  I am the quintessential bandwagon slacker when it comes to working out. I join in on something, enjoy it for a while, and then fizzle out. It happens to the […]

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Dryco Restoration Services: Magic for Your Home {Sponsored Post}

A big thanks to Dryco Restoration Services for sponsoring the following post and giveaway.   It’s (finally!) early spring which means I start to get The Itch. Completely absent the rest of year, the sudden need to scrub, sanitize, organize, and purge my home of dirt, grime, broken toys, stubby crayons, and a million and […]

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Running Communities: The Invaluable Paradox

After crossing the finish line this past June at the Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon, I realized it had been 10 years since my first official race. I used to say “I don’t run, I jog.” But this summer’s milestone made me realize that I don’t just train for an annual race, I’m a runner. It’s a part of me. […]

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