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Streamline Your Banking with MCCU’s Automated Services

This post is sponsored by MCCU, but all opinions within are my own.I don’t know about you, but now that the school year has resumed, I spend every waking minute doing stuff. Half the time, I can’t even remember what stuff it is I’m doing, but I know I somehow get it all done because […]

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Introducing Duluth's 2018 Mother of the Year... Kelly Nelson-Kairos! | Duluth Moms Blog

Introducing Duluth’s 2018 Mother of the Year… Kelly Nelson-Kairos!

Recently, in partnership with Maurices for their #servicewithstyle campaign, we asked you to nominate your favorite mama to be Duluth's 2018 Mom of the Year. The nominations flooded our inbox and we felt so grateful to read about all of the amazing mothers who are raising beautiful families, working meaningful jobs, volunteering their free time, [...]
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Spring Break with Papa Murphy's: 5 Ways to Create a Tropical Staycation | Duluth Moms Blog

Spring Break with Papa Murphy’s: 5 Ways to Create a Tropical Staycation

It’s spring break! Woohoo! Except… you’re a mom. And you have grown up responsibilities like work and parenting and saving money for a new washer/dryer set, minivan, or summer camp and daycare expenses. *Sigh*  Of course you would love to treat your whole family to a warm weather vacation (preferably all inclusive so the kids […]

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Trying to Embrace My Resting Nice Face

Raise your hand if you’re familiar with the cultural RBF phenomenon. All of a sudden men, women, and the media are referring to women who don’t automatically assume a pleasant-to-look-at expression, typically when they aren’t engaging in conversation, as suffering from RBF. I’m conflicted in the way I feel about its etymology. On one hand, it […]

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Marshall School’s iTerm Classes: A Fresh Approach to Academics

These gray winter days have us feeling a bit blah. Our routines seem monotonous and uninspired. We need something to jolt us out of our funk (More coffee? A vacation?). Similarly, kids probably are feeling like they’re going through the motions, too. Especially at school. They need something to wake them up a little–make learning feel […]

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