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The Best of Northern Colorado Moms Blog 2018

Real Moms, Real Stories :: NCMB’s Top 10 Posts From 2018

It’s hard to believe that only four short months ago, we launched Northern Colorado Moms Blog into the community. In that time, we have had the incredible opportunity to build a foundation of connection between the Moms and Families in Northern Colorado, and we look forward to seeing how that continues to grow into 2019! […]

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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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Happy New Year’s DIY Abundance Jar, Collection of a Year’s Worth of Gratitude

We just celebrated the end of 2018 and rang in the new year. I was so excited for this celebration – not because I couldn’t wait for the year to be over, but because our celebration was a little different than the previous year. We ended 2018 reflecting on a collection of a year’s worth […]

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It’s Just Not the Same: Navigating the Holidays in the Midst of Loss

My mom was the epitome of everything you can imagine to be amazing during the holidays. Every single holiday. But Thanksgiving and Christmas were the best. From as little as I can remember, she worked so hard to make the holidays special for everyone. All the details were accounted for. She spent hours preparing the […]

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Silent Night? The Importance of Quiet, and 7 Tips for Creating Quiet this Holiday

“Silent night, holy night, All is calm, all is bright…” This is the beginning of my all-time favorite Christmas tune. Growing up in very Swedish Lutheran town, my elementary class even learned this song in Swedish.  But as I became a mother, the absurdity of a quiet Christmas night became more apparent. According to the […]

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