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Spending Less to Live More

It was right around our daughter’s first birthday that we realized we needed to start creating a budget. Diapers, formula, tons of cute teeny tiny baby clothes, and (of course) several weekly trips to Starbucks were starting to ravage our pocketbooks. We knew we had to do something quick. We enrolled in Dave Ramsey’s Financial […]

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Aldi: Great For You and Your Budget (especially if you’re a food lover!)

It’s no secret that I love food. Cooking and baking are extremely therapeutic for me, and making meals together is something my family really enjoys doing. But over the years, as we’ve added family members and grown in our food interests, so has the amount of money we spend on it. Truth be told, how much […]

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Coborns "To the Table" Meal Kits | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Make Dinner Easy with ‘To The Table’ Fresh Meal Kits from CobornsDelivers

Our partners at CobornsDelivers have expanded their offerings of their ‘To The Table’ Fresh Meal Kits! To show us how delicious and easy their meal kits are, CobornsDelivers invited our contributor Melanie to try one out. Read below about her experience and what sets Coborns meal kits apart! I don’t know about you, but it […]

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Life is Better When Shared Together: Mother’s Day Brunch with Driscoll’s

We had an absolutely wonderful morning hosting members of our executive, event, and writing teams at our Mother’s Day Brunch – sponsored by Driscoll’s! Food is a focal point in life that brings people together in a way that nothing else can, and like so many things in life, berries too, are better when shared together. […]

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Kid-Friendly, Mom-Approved Hidden Vegetable Smoothies

If you’re anything like me, then you’re always looking for new ways to get your kids to eat more fruits and vegetables. The reality is that most of our kids don’t get excited to eat a big plate of kale salad or roasted vegetables. Fruit is usually more acceptable but I still have clients tell me their kids don’t eat […]

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Helpful Ways to Take the Chaos Out of Weekday Mornings

You know calm and organized are not in your wheelhouse for your morning routine, but what just happened, will never happen again, you tell yourself. You had to tell your kids to put on their clothes, shoes, and jackets at least five times. You yelled. You were late to work. You didn’t have time to make […]

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Twin Cities Farmers' Market Guide | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Twin Cities Farmers’ Market Guide

Our Twin Cities Farmers’ Market Guide is brought to you by CommonGround. We are so grateful for their partnership and love how they are bringing women together to discuss food and farming. These women come from a wide variety of farming backgrounds and share multiple perspectives. Check out the “From Our Sponsors” tab for more […]

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Finding CommonGround: Let’s Talk Food Together

We would love to introduce you to our partners at CommonGround! This group of women farmers share information and answer questions about food and farming from a wide variety of perspectives. Read as CommonGround’s Kristie Swenson gives her personal story about how farming has impacted her and her family’s lives and how CommonGround can answer […]

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10 Reasons Why Day Dates Are Better For Parents

“Let’s go on a date!” he said. “Ok!” she said. After finding a sitter and finally figuring out what they wanted to do, they were off. Off to feeling young and hip again. A nice dinner at 7 pm was perfect, but that wasn’t enough, they hadn’t been on a date like this for a […]

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Guide to Twin Cities Farmers’ Markets

It’s that time of year again – the time of year that gets us all through those long winters.  Along with the beautiful weather comes the Farmers’ Markets and they’re not just in the city.  There a plenty around the metro and one in your area.  Check out our list to find one near you! […]

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