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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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Why Is It So Hard to Make Friends as an Adult? | Duluth Moms Blog

Why Is It So Hard to Make Friends as an Adult?

People say that “breaking up is hard to do”, but what’s really hard is making friends as an adult! I’m not sure about you, but I love making new friends and meeting new people, but when I moved to the Duluth area this past May, I found myself feeling much like a dog behind some [...]
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What I Learned from Hosting My First Cookie Exchange | Duluth Moms Blog

What I Learned from Hosting My First Cookie Exchange

When I think about the holiday season, the blurry, whimsical childhood memories I reminisce about fade into pure stress bogged down with the pressure of finding the perfect gifts (gifts that evoke more happiness than the box they came in), hosting family and friends (without burning the house or family down), decorating (and trying to […]

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5 holiday gift ideas under $75; presented by Maurices | Duluth Moms Blog

5 Holiday Gift Ideas Under $75 Presented By Maurices

Recently, we sent Duluth Moms Blog writer Gina to our local Maurices to shop for holiday goodies for some of her favorite women on her gift giving list. We know you've got a few of them on your list, too--the teacher who always goes above and beyond, the babysitter who's (thankfully) always available, the best [...]
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Happy Birthday to Us! Let’s treat ourselves by looking back at our top 12 posts of the year.

What an incredible year this has been! Duluth Moms Blog is bursting with pride today on the first anniversary of our launch. We started out small and full of passion about what we wanted to do: bring a sense of togetherness and connection among moms of the Northland. In just a year's time we've grown [...]
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