Beth Zustiak

Beth Zustiak
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Beth is the Founder of and Director of Marketing for Twin Cities Mom Collective, the Co-Founder of Duluth Moms Blog and also works for for City Mom Collective. She believes strongly in faith and friendships and the influence good people can have on your life. Having been through it, she has a heart for women who have experienced the loss of a baby and find solace in bringing awareness to loss and stillbirth issues. She is wife to Dan and Mommy to two gorgeous girls – Sophia {2009} and Evelyn {2011}, baby boy Wesley {2014 and four sweet babies in heaven. You can find Beth on Instagram. She loves leadership development, social media, hosting in her home and time with loved ones.

Pregnancy in a Pandemic: Local Moms Discuss + A Unique Birth Center Walk Through

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We recently had the chance to sit down with four local moms and a team of providers from Regions Hospital to really talk about what it's like to be pregnant in a pandemic. Our discussion...

Give to the Max Day 2020

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Give to The Max Day is a day set aside to give to a specific cause near and dear to your heart or to find a new cause you want to support! On Thursday,...

We are Mothers Who Have Lost

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October 15th is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day. It's our honor today to share just a few stories of women who have walked this journey. It is our deepest hope that by sharing...

School Photo Pop-Up with Slow Road Photo

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This school year is one like none other. The good news is that we saw the challenges of this school year coming far sooner than we saw last spring. Because we know that every...

2020 Open Call for New Contributors

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Hey there, Mama! Are you a Twin Cities Mom who enjoys writing? Are you interested in connecting with other moms and rediscovering your love for creative writing?Are you the in-the-know mom? The one whose friends always text because you've got the scoop - whether it’s knowing what's happening around town...

Good Technology Helping You Have Smarter In-Home Relationships

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Relationships are the best, right? Never complicated, consistently functional and they always energize you. Hmm... If you're like me, then you know those first two sentences are not based in reality. Relationships are tricky and...

Managing Anxiety in the Middle of a Global Crisis

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Maybe, like me, you've been scrolling your social media and found yourself frozen. Maybe, like me, you have a sense of dread and can't exactly identify why. Maybe, like me, someone just asked you a simple...

Celebrating 6 Years of Authentic Posts from Local Moms | 2019 Top Ten

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Happy New Year to you and Happy Birthday to us! And that US includes YOU. Today marks six years since the launch of Twin Cities Moms Blog. In the past year, we've held events,...

A Busy Mom’s Tips for Making Holiday Hosting a Breeze

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Tis the season! The season to entertain, see a lot of friends and family, to spread holiday cheer...and to feel overwhelmed. Hosting holidays in your home can be so much fun, but it's a lot...

Introducing: Twin Cities Mom Collective!

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Six years ago, we began working on Twin Cities Moms Blog. We've spent that long creating guides, publishing content by local moms, hosting events and so much more. While it started with content, it...

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness | Getting Up Again

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I don’t have a first-grader. That keeps running through my head, and I don’t know where it came from. Back to school season has never been a reminder of babies lost, but this year, it was. Sometimes,...

Enya Is My Marriage Therapist

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For a couple of years, I was in a group of local women entrepreneurs that met monthly. We'd eat dinner and talk through some discussion questions. Slowly the group evolved more into friendship gatherings...

How Not to Lose Your Friends in Motherhood

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If you're like me, motherhood has been a joy, a blessing, it has brought so much to your life...but. But it has also taken a few things too. Namely, friendships. I've watched some of my...

Be Still: Why We Need to Trudge Through Grief

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Be still.  It's a great tattoo, I've seen a lot of people get this on their wrist as a reminder. It turns out, I like to talk about tattoos. But really - it's a great...