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MLM Products I Use and Love

  Multilevel Marketing. I’m going to assume you know at least one person that is involved in a MLM company. 36.6 million customers have bought products/services from the network marketing model source. A grand total of $35.4 billion in revenue has been made in the U.S market from retail sales in 2019 source. That’s a […]

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The Cusp

I write this from the cusp. Suspended in time at a point that will not exist much longer. In a few days, life will be marked as before and after. Emotions simmer on the surface, a mix of fear and worry paired with excitement and relief. Next week, there will be a meeting. Licensed professionals. […]

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Ransomware: Ransom Huh?

Holding data for ransom. It’s 2019 and this is the reality of what many schools, cities, and organizations are facing at an alarming rate. In September our small mountain town community was the latest victim in an increasing trend of ransomware attacks.  In Flagstaff, this attack targeted our Flagstaff Unified School District.  Which forced the […]

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Join the Team: Write for Flagstaff Moms Blog

Are you passionate about Flagstaff and families in our community? We will be adding to our group of regular contributors and we’re looking for fresh, local voices to join our team! We’re also expanding our team to include positions in other areas like Event Planning and Ambassadors! These are volunteer positions with lots of fun […]

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Flagstaff Support for Museum Fire: First Responders + Evacuees

Flagstaff is a generous community, and in response to the Museum Fire local businesses have stepped up to show support and gratitude to first responders and fire evacuees. Resturants Oakmont Flagstaff: Meals for First Responders and Evacuees Over Easy Resturant: Meals for Frist Responders and Evacuees Local Juicery: Free smoothies and juice for all Firefighters  […]

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Great Wolf Lodge:: Coming to Arizona

Opening October 17, 2019, Great Wolf Lodge Arizona shared the first details about the 85,000-square-foot indoor waterpark with Flagstaff Moms Blog.  We cannot wait to welcome this brand new 85,000 square-foot indoor waterpark at the new Great Wolf Lodge Arizona to our beautiful state! Slides, surf, and sun are just a few of the amazing elements families can enjoy at [...]
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Friday Favorites Vol. 1

Happy Friday, Flagstaff! School is back in session and we’re all just a little spent from a long few days of getting back into the routine! Today we’re sharing some of our current favorites, handpicked by the FMB Team! Enjoy.  Sienna is loving this blog and this easy recipe for homemade pickles!  We think this […]

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Tips for Easier Weeknight Dinners

The kids have been back to school for literally a day and we’re trying to pace ourselves. The after nap, post-school pick up, homework, pre-dinner chaos is real. We try to eat at home as much as possible. It’s better on our bellies and our budget. But, without a plan for feeding the family it […]

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Back to School Essentials: For Mom

Because Mom needs a little something too 🙂 Sweater: Not quite dressed for the day? This is a perfect “almost” dressed look for carpool.  Pop Socket: If you haven’t joined the craze, now it the time! Your texting will never be the same. Instant Pot: The hype is real and making school-night dinners will be so […]

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How to Celebrate National Teddy Bears Picnic Day

July 10 is National Teddy Bears Picnic Day My beloved Grandmother was a Kindergarten Teacher for 27 years. She loved to celebrate all holidays and welcomed any opportunity to include her students in the fun. Each year she would coordinate the special day where her students were invited to bring their very own Teddy Bears […]

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That One Time I Cried in the Grocery Store Parking Lot

This post was created in partnership with Frontier Co-Op, all opinions are our own. A few weeks ago I hauled both my little boys to our local natural grocery store on double coupon day. I was doomed to fail from the beginning. The night before I had combed through the online advertisements to cross-check the […]

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