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Karen Dahlstrom

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Karen and her husband Neil live in Moline with their 11-year-old son, Grant. The Dahlstroms are active Quad Citizens and enjoy all the area has to offer (especially hiking, biking, eating and sports!). Karen loves connecting with other women and swapping stories about parenting, friendships and life. She's a mentor with Lead(h)er and is also an active volunteer with the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women movement and the John Deere Classic.
friendship

Friendship in your 30s

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Making friends. It’s an area where kids and adults can struggle (myself included). Friendship in your 30s is especially complicated by busy schedules, kid’s activities and the three “socials” - social media, social pressure...
Channel Cat Water Taxi

Riding the Channel Cat Water Taxi: What to know before you go

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Riding the Channel Cat Water Taxi is one of our family’s favorite summer activities. Whether you’re a Quad Citizen or a visitor to the area, the Channel Cat is one of the best ways...

Sports Moms Need To Hear These 5 Important Truths

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My mom was a sports mom before they were called sports moms. But unlike many sports moms of today, she didn’t bring homemade snacks or make custom t-shirts. Instead, she taught, coached, and encouraged...
Quad Cities Hangout Spot UP Skybar

Quad Cities Hangout Spots Adults Love (and kids can go, too!)

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It was about two years ago when our then 9-year-old son wanted to stop being treated like a kid. My husband and I weren’t quite ready to accept that our little boy was growing...
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What’s great about living in the QCA: Moline edition

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I’ve been living in Moline since 2004 and have really come to appreciate this great city. I grew up in the small town of Aledo about 30 miles south of the Quad Cities, so...
Only child raising an only child

But don’t you wish you had a sibling? Perspectives from an only child.

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Full disclosure: I’m an only child raising an only child, so I know no other way. But, I know that having (or being) an only child still carries negative stereotypes of being bossy, lonely,...
Lessons learned in 2020

20 Lessons Learned in 2020. A year that forever changed me.

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Like many people, I wasn't sad to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. Now that 2021 has arrived, though, I find myself continuing to reflect on the year that passed and lessons learned. So,...
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