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Snowmobiling Lessons

By Kandace Chapple, GTWoman Editor WE GREW UP On snowmobiles. Weekends and evenings were spent outside sliding off the back of the slick seat of a 1981 Ski-Doo, trying to hang on to one another, riding double.  Of course, the point was to dump the other one off, pretend we[…]

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The View from a Blended Family

By Stefanie Tschirhart-Baldwin Eleven years ago, at age 29, I was newly widowed with a young daughter. I’d always valued our nuclear family, and, as I grieved the loss of my husband, part of me knew I would remarry someday.  And I did, to a man who also had daughter.[…]

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Workflow How-To

By Amanda Engler “Workflow” is a buzzword worth repeating, so I will. WORKFLOW.  Finding ways to increase your workflow without also upping your time is essential in growing, scaling and automating your business. As a mom and solopreneur, I needed to protect my time so I could serve my family[…]

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Forrest’s Miracle Story

By Nicole White It was mid-December. Forrest had just turned 4 a few weeks earlier, and my husband, Bo, was deployed to the Middle East. I’d taken our son and daughter to Montana, my home state, to be with my family for the holidays.  We made a good dent in[…]

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