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2019 Pumpkin Patches and Farm Fun Guide

2019 Pumpkin Patch and Farm Fun Guide

All of the information sourced in this guide is subject to change. Please make sure to check the linked websites to verify details! Listing by Town Location by Map Ault Adam’s Apple Orchard & Country Store Open weekends seasonally Friday & Saturday, 9am – 6pm; Sunday, 9am – 4pm After the apple harvest this farm [...]
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Tears in My Wine and Cabbage in My Bra: How I Survived Weaning Cold Turkey

Tears in My Wine and Cabbage in My Bra: How I Survived Weaning Cold Turkey

I Was Bamboozled I’ve been lucky in terms of my breastfeeding journey. As self-deprecating as it may sound, there is a self-dialogue that says, “mama, you may have had this coming” in my head, because I’ve known so many stories to be much different than mine. So, I write cautiously, but also with courage. I’ve [...]
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That Grocery Budget: 3 Steps to Stop Food from Eating Your Budget

The Sticker Shock is Real Moving from Long Island, NY, I naively assumed that our cost of living would go down in proportion to our paychecks when we started to grow our family here in Northern Colorado. Well, you know what they say about making assumptions! I definitely came out looking like a donkey when […]

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Wealth and Impoverished Thinking: 5 Ways to Develop an Abundance Mindset

Everywhere I’ve lived, there’s been the obvious disparity between the wealthy and the impoverished. In Kansas, it was new developments next to farm homes; in New York, it was fancy condos alongside low-income apartments; and in Colorado, I’ve seen gated communities across from a trailer park. No matter where I go in this beautiful country, […]

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Never Judge a Toddler: How a Touch-and-Feel Book Lead Me to My Top Tips for Taming Little Monsters

My second born received an adorable book for her first birthday this summer, Never Touch A Monster. As soon as it was uncovered from the tissue paper, my one-year-old immediately went to touch its cover and her three-year-old sister couldn’t resist a feel, even after several coaching sessions about how this was not her party […]

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