Super Awesome Adventures at the Minnesota Children’s Museum

*We were given a membership to the Minnesota Children’s Museum to help us facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are based on our experience and are 100% honest and our own. I adore the Minnesota Children’s Museum mission to inspire parents, educators and anyone involved with children to value …

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Celebrating Mother’s Day with Daisy Blue Natural’s

Every year what I need for Mother’s Day depends on what is happening in this season of my life. Sometimes it is a season of busyness away from the family due to business or sickness.  In these seasons I usually want to spend the day out in nature. Hiking, biking, sitting …

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Planning for Joyful Noise 2017 for the Whole Family!

*We were given Joyful Noise Tickets to help facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are based on our experience, true and 100% our own. We love, love, love Joyful Noise! It is absolutely one of our family’s favorite summertime events in Minnesota! Awesome music artists, great food onsite of …

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Leadership styles and parenting: Why you need more than one.

Over the last two to three months I have been studying books written by Ken Blanchard. I have been implementing what he calls Situational Leadership without knowing what it is I was doing. I am excited to put to words what I already do well and to learn on a …

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My purpose sets me free.

I have been on a journey to discover my purpose, mission, gifts and talents. I was so afraid I had wasted my life and the grief at times felt overwhelming. It became critical to me to figure it out sooner then later, because if I had wasted my life I …

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What Minnesota homeschoolers need to know when an official calls or knocks on your door.

*Disclaimer: We are not lawyers and are not intending to give a dissertation of the law nor are we giving legal advice. We do hope you will gain confidence to calmly and peacefully communicate with your school district, community and other agencies who truly have our kids best at heart. …

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The One Minute Apology

I am on a journey to honestly look at myself in the mirror. A year or two ago I was done looking at myself in the mirror or at least the wounds I had in my heart and soul. It felt like I had dug up enough crap to last …

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Understanding social media as a parent

Facebook and Myspace came out about the time I was in high school. I remember talking about it with my friends ands setting up our accounts together. It was awesome because it was a place away from our parents eyes. We could talk to one another, look up whatever information …

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