Brianna Ludwig

Brianna Ludwig

Brianna is a marketing professional who enjoys cooking, fitness and (mostly) healthy eating. She and her husband live in Bismarck with their two toddlers. Reach her at briannaludwig.com

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    Work, health and parenthood can be a balancing act

    Q: How do you balance a healthy lifestyle with parenthood? As a working mom to little ones, planning healthy meals and time for workouts seems overwhelming. Let me tell you something about being healthy…it’s hard in today’s world. Yes, I said it. It’s not easy. There is no magic formula, pill or diet plan that […]

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    Use your Love Language to Celebrate Valentines Day

    Each year when Valentine’s Day rolls around you start seeing the same gift ideas pop up in nearly every store: chocolate in the shape of a heart, stuffed bears and greeting cards. But have you really asked yourself, “What would my significant other actually enjoy?” Maybe it’s not a gift but it’s a planned date […]

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    Setting your New Year’s resolutions

    When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, only 8 percent of people actually achieve them and 88 percent of people fail by February. Why is that? Because most people shoot for the moon setting overly ambitious and vague goals – like getting healthy, losing weight or paying off all your debt. The key to setting […]

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    7 Gift Ideas for the Mom in Your Life

    The moms in our lives are pretty special ladies. That’s what makes giving them a gift on Mother’s Day so difficult. It can’t be just any cute coffee mug or vanilla candle. They want something unique that says, “Hey mom… We put some time and thought into your gift.” Well we’ve got you covered – […]

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    Get Organized!

    You’ll often find new moms are overwhelmed with everything they need on their baby registry. Yes, kids come with lots of stuff, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be organized. In fact, research shows that intentionally limiting the number of toys a child has can have positive effects on their creativity, eating habits and academics. […]

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