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    6 ways to channel spring with your kids

    If I told you spring arrives this month would you believe me? I checked the calendar and March 20th makes it official, but I’m not so sure. All my years as a North Dakotan have taught me not to rely on spring until at least July 4th. This might be especially true this year. Because […]

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    How food and agriculture bring us together

    by Tara Holman Sharing a meal with family, friends, and even strangers is a great way to build stronger relationships, explore different cultures and make new friends. I believe most any of us can reminisce about get- togethers and recall just how important the meal we shared between us was. The month of March is […]

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    Allowing opportunities for purposeful movement

    A kid’s got to move. Observing a few minutes at a playground will attest to that. You don’t see children sitting around if they have the chance to run, jump, climb, or skip. Children are in a sensitive period of development for movement from birth to about age five-and-a-half. Around age four-and-a-half, children have a […]

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    My take on home food delivery services

    I would call myself a hobby-chef. I love trying new things in the kitchen and tackling difficult dishes like Vietnamese pho, sourdough bread and even sushi. One of the things I have always put off was the home delivery meal services. I enjoy grocery shopping and I enjoy meal planning (I know, I know, who […]

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    Consider physical therapy for pelvic rehab

    “Women need to know it’s not normal.” That was the reason Jadah Kerr agreed to talk about her experience with physical therapy for pelvic rehabilitation after having her fifth child. “You see commercials for adult diapers. Women joke about wetting themselves when they sneeze. You’d think it’s just normal, but it doesn’t have to be […]

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