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Queen of the Utes YOU MAY BE WONDERING, WHO IS THAT ON THE COVER? Her name is Chipeta, which means “white singing bird’ in Ute. She is honored on the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame (we highly recommend scrolling through the impressive list) and is an important female figure we had sadly never heard of before. Chipeta is also known as the “Queen of the Utes,” although she doesn’t fit the typical archetype of a queen. She’s so much more than that. Chipta was queen of diplomacy, of peace, in a time of rising tensions between settlers and native people. She was the only woman ever allowed to sit on a Ute tribal council. She even lobbied the US Congress on behalf of her tribe. Chipeta will forever be known as a wise woman, who practiced good judgment and compassion. This leaves us with the question, what will your story be? The annual “Women

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FEATURES 42 Making a Community Two Coloradans create communities for people in Uganda and beyond.

46 Happy Hour, Honey The best places to grab a drink with your girlfriends this summer.

56 The Entrepreneurs Meet twelve powerful local entrepreneurs who are pushing the envelope.

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66 Like mother, like daughter A reunion like no other with four inspiring business owners.

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Lifestyle Letter

20 Good Times

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30 Around Town 36 Open House 42 Giving Back 46 Hot Spot 52 Locally Owned 72 Artist’s Palette 76 Travel Destination 82 Locals Only 86 Inspired By 88 Lifestyle Calendar 94 Local’s Choice


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Bolder Insurance Sips & Sushi A fun evening on Pearl Street to introduce Bolder Private Client. Bolder Business Customers, Moxie Sozo, (design, advertising, interactive agency), set the backdrop while guests enjoying sips & sushi provided by Japango. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JACOB MICKLIN.

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1. Stephen Tebo, Jonathan Banis, Evan Faber | 2. Dave & Annie Morton, Bill & Annie Fudale | 3. Jean Phillippe, Bill Goodacre, Jennifer Flohrs | 4. George Moloney, Nathan Samek, Alie Ternan | 5. Dexter from Japango | 6. Guests enjoying themselves at Moxie Sozo!

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Country Club Cocktail Party Centennial Celebration of the Original Boulder Country Club Clubhouse, just east of 28th and Kalmia. In the theme of the 1920's Country Clubs Ohh La La Catering served Shrimp cocktail, Tea Sandwiches and Sloe Gin Fizzes with a delicious meat/cheese board by Cured,

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and gorgeous flowers by Stuarts and Copeland. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ALEX BEAL.

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1. Patrick Brown, Michelle Johnson | 2. Erik Jacobson, John Kelly, Sarah Alrabee | 3. Laura Rose, Andy Sepac, Julie Meko, Sheryl Hadley, Kate & Andy Manz | 4. Great Tunes! | 5. Beautiful Appetizers | 6. Emily Canova, John Canova 20

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GOOD TIMES 1.

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Merryville USA Launch Party

Merryville USA, a new TV series, held its launch party on March 22 at E-Town Hall. Show creator and Boulder native, Marylee Zurich, brought Merryville to life with a sold-out crowd for the live filming. The show captures a fictional Boulderesque town in Colorado with eccentric town-folk

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whose stories provide endless fuel for more Merryville USA! PHOTOGRAPHY BY LIZA WEEMS.

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1. Marylee Zurick offers a prayer | 2. A sold-out crowd enters eTown Hall a | 3. Robin Zavala, Leslie Belfor, Marylee Zurick, Joan Harrold | 4. Laura Lee, Marylee Zurick, Jen Jorgenson | 5. The whole cast! | 6. Marylee Zurich, Rita Kotter

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High West Oyster Fest: A Shucking Good Time!

Jax Fish House’ Annual High West Oyster Fest brought together oyster fans from far and wide for a celebration of the mighty mollusk. Guests enjoyed bites from ten Denver restaurants, live Dixieland Jazz, and shucking & eating competitions. All proceeds benefited First Descents, an

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incredible non-profit that provides life-changing outdoor adventures for young adults impacted by cancer. PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANIEL MOOREFIELD.

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1. Fresh-shucked Emersum oysters from Jax Fish House | 2. Jax brought some of its restaurant friends along for the fun | 3. Contenders in the Shucking Competition work their way through a dozen oysters | 4. Tallying the final results in the Eating Competition . . . | 5. The 16th annual Oyster Eating Competition | 6. The winners, Michael Hoang, Steven ‘Guido’ Orth, Wesley DeBaca, Tom Kamnikar, Ben Wolven 22

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Wednesday Art Walk Tours Boulder’s new Embassy Suites by Hilton and Hilton Garden Inn joined the 5th annual Boulder Arts Week by launching weekly Wednesday Art Walk Tours in April. The hotels feature more than 1,500 pieces of Colorado art curated by Denver’s Nine dot ARTS, The complimentary Art Walk tours are now offered each Wednesday at 10 a.m. PHOTOGRAPHY BY HANA THOMPSON.

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1. Jessye Ebbinghouse of NINE dot ARTS | 2. Kathleen Bates welcoming a group | 3. Checking out the outside installations | 4. “City Beautiful 2.0” by Artist Lauri Lynnxe Murphy | 5. Guests enjoying the sculptures in the Embassy Suites by Hilton lobby | 6. Checking out the water feature by Artist Don Woodard

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Jerry Wingren and Steve Kaufman Opening Great art and beautiful weather produced a record breaking crowd at Boulder Junction on March 16th. Honoring Jerry Wingren, an internationally famous sculptor and Steve Kaufman, Andy Warhol’s top assistant at The Factory as well as twenty new artists, enthusiasm was infectious! Sponsored by A R T, the show will run through June 12th. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JEN LOBO.

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1. “Suspended Totems” by Jerry Wingren | 2. “Double Marilyn” by Steve Kaufman | 3. Max Mondzak, CU Musician | 4. Opening Crowd | 5. Susan Knickle and Amy Van Winkle | 6. Jerry Wingren, Betsy Tobin, George Sherwood

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ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

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DOM

1155 Canyon Boulevard 406

$5,800,000

$5,500,000

95%

112

702 Pine Street

$5,200,000

$5,200,000

100%

1

655 12th Street

$4,300,000

$4,300,000

100%

1

580 Euclid Avenue

$3,820,600

$3,820,600

100%

1

6401 Sunshine Canyon Drive

$3,999,000

$3,650,000

91%

139

985 Gilbert Street

$3,450,000

$3,255,550

94%

15

2215 Linden Avenue

$2,500,000

$2,500,000

100%

1

2040 Walnut Street

$2,145,000

$2,130,000

99%

45

6121 Songbird Circle

$2,079,000

$2,079,000

100%

5

3011 6th Street

$2,050,000

$2,050,000

100%

1

2176 Riverside Lane

$1,999,500

$2,048,792

102%

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6249 Songbird Circle

$2,150,000

$2,000,000

93%

120

4866 4th Street

$1,895,000

$1,895,000

100%

1

3120 14th Street

$1,899,999

$1,875,000

99%

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2600 Park Lake Drive

$1,829,000

$1,829,000

100%

3

1510 Bluebell Avenue

$1,350,000

$1,535,000

114%

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7096 Indian Peaks Trail

$1,639,000

$1,528,500

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AROUND TOWN Elevation Outdoors Magazine’s Best of the Rockies contest for its marquis festival, the Sanitas Taco Fest. This title is highly coveted as it is awarded based on popular vote from all over the Rocky Mountain region. 2017 was the first Sanitas Taco Fest and it received rave reviews for its amazing taco selection, exclusive beers, and highly entertaining Lucha Libre Wrestlers and live music. Sanitas Brewing Co has announced that the 2nd annual Sanitas Taco Fest will take place in the brewery’s backyard on July 21 st , 2018. For 2018, the festival promises even more taco and beer options, with McDevitt Taco Supply

NEW EVENT WILL SPEED-UP REPAIRS ALONG THE MOUNT SANITAS TRAIL

promising over 40 different taco styles and Sanitas Brewing offering over 30 beers exclusively for the event. Also returning is Lucha Libre

The Sanitas Brewing Company, the Boulder Open

and Laughs, showcasing highly talented masked

Space Conservancy and the City of Boulder’s Open

wrestlers performing amazing physical feats, while

Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department

professional comedians provide hysterical com-

today announced a new festival that will help raise

mentary. This year’s Sanitas Taco Fest will feature at

funds for a trail-building crew to advance a multi-

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year repair project along the Mount Sanitas Trail. Named MTN2TBL (Mountain to Table), attendees will enjoy small plates from popular Boulder restaurants, listen to live music, and sip handmade craft beers from Sanitas Brewing Company. North Boulder Park will provide the ideal setting for this event with space for folks to relax and enjoy their delicious food and drinks. The MTN2TBL event will raise funds to extend an American Conservation Experience crew’s planned trail-building and restoration work on the Mount Sanitas Trail this summer.

SEIDEL CITY PRESENTS SOLDIERS & SAINTS ART GALLERY Seidel City is pleased to present Soldiers & Saints, featuring work by Christopher Makos, “the most modern photographer in America - Andy Warhol,” and Paul Solberg, described by Sir Elton John as “images [that] evoke bygone eras while remaining fresh and immediate.” The show will

Avery Brewing Company, a pioneering craft

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7-10 pm with the artists in attendance, and will be

with beer, is thrilled to announce its partnership

on view from May 18th to August 17th. Seidel City

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JOHN ATENCIO TO SPONSOR BOLDER BOULDER JOHN ATENCIO is a proud sponsor and the Official Jeweler of the 2018 BolderBOULDER - the 10K Memorial Day Classic, which takes place on May 28 th . This is an epic year for the Bolder Boulder which celebrates its 40 th year running. John also recently celebrated his 40 th year, marking his milestone as a Colorado jewelry designer. As the official jeweler, John Atencio will sponsor a “Soles Mates…Tell Us Your Love Story” contest. Participants will be asked thru social media to send in a photo and their love story as it is connected to the BolderBOULDER. It might be an

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CLUBHOUSE

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A HOME WITH HISTORY ARTICLE RILEY COWING


AS POPULARITY FOR THE GAME OF GOLF INCREASED, THERE WAS A DEMAND FOR A GOLF COURSE IN BOULDER. So, when the Boulder Country Club officially formed in 1919, they made the site of their clubhouse around Sale Lake, east of 28th Street and north of Kalmia Avenue. Over time, the historic site has served many different functions, from a place for large social gatherings and parties in the 20’s to becoming a private residence in recent years. The Emerson family lived in the house from 1949 until 1992. Over that time, the home underwent a number of renovations. For instance, the dance hall was transformed into a living room, locker rooms became children’s bedrooms, and an addition was built that included a garage and sick room, to allow for better care whenever a child was ill. Michelle and Jeff Johnson, current homeowners, have found that although rich in history, the home is adaptable to the needs of their family as their kids grow up and their lives change accordingly.  “The house is really able to respond to our family as we change,” Michelle says.  When the Johnson’s first bought the house in January 2006, they felt the European style decor in place by previous owners stripped CONTINUED >

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OPEN HOUSE

(CON TI N U ED)

T I M E L I N E 1892

OCTOBER 1919

MAY 8, 1920

SEPTEMBER 21, 1920

1935

1949

William and Julie Sale, with their three children George, Lulu, and Sarah, left the hotel business and bought a farm outside Boulder; the farm was owned and operated by the Sale family until leased to Boulder Country Club in 1920

Boulder Country Club formally organized due to increasing popularity surrounding the game of golf and demand for a golf course. The first 150 applicants were admitted to membership for $75 initiation fee and $25 annual fee.

Clubhouse’s groundbreaking

Dedication ceremony

Richard Platt bought clubhouse, and it became a private residence at 2891 Kalmia Avenue.

Platt sold the house to Edgar R. and Eileen Emerson; the Emerson’s and their four children lived there until 1992. Throughout this time, the house underwent numerous renovations to make the space more family friendly.

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the space of its original country club heritage and charm. Both Michelle and Jeff wanted to take the home back to its roots. They first took time to live in the house to better understand how their lives aligned with the space. Then eventually, they brought in materials like locally sourced stone and natural slate to enhance some of the original elegance.   Michelle notes that because the home was built with an intention to entertain, they have been able to morph the space to their needs without having to start over completely. It was designed as an open floor plan before that became the trend. She also loves the separation between public and private areas. Since the first floor of the clubhouse was a public space with a dance hall, the family kept spaces for entertaining there with a kitchen, dining room, and fireplace. The bedrooms are downstairs which makes for a cozier, quiet environment.  “It’s such a special place,” Michelle says.

1992

2018

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“AT A SCHOOL, YOU MIGHT EMPOWER SEVERAL HUNDRED CHILDREN,” EXPLAINS ANDREA. “BUT WHEN YOU EMPLOY UGANDANS AS THEIR TEACHERS, EACH WITH THEIR OWN FAMILIES AT HOME, YOU IMPACT HUNDREDS MORE.”

As the original three months came and went, Andrea, settled for good in Uganda and met Haril. The two fell in love. It would seem like the perfect happy ending to Musana’s story. But the leaders at Musana quickly realized that another orphanage was not a solution, but actually a part of the problem. “We wanted to address the root causes of vulnerability within our community.” Haril says, “A lot of Ugandans suffer from what we call ‘dependency syndrome.' People feel that they need help from rich foreigners to survive. Orphanages perpetuate this type of thinking. We want Ugandans to have ownership and vision for their own lives.”  And so the team at Musana began the task of community development, targeting three key areas of vulnerability in Iganga: education, healthcare,

ANDREA KAZINDRA LEANS BACK THOUGHTFULLY

and vocational training.

AND RUBS HER BELLY. Due any day with her second

The first project was a Primary School. The school

child, she and her husband Haril chat excitedly about

not only provides education to hundreds of children, but

all things baby, they have traveled from their home in

it also employs about 200 Ugandans on staff.

Uganda to deliver.

“At a school, you might empower several hundred

Her young family isn’t the only thing growing these

children,” explains Andrea. “But when you employ

days: Andrea is one of the co-founders of Musana

Ugandans as their teachers, each with their own

Community Development Organization, an NGO based

families at home, you impact hundreds more.”

in Iganga, Uganda. Andrea was just a senior at CU when

CONTINUED >

she traveled to Uganda with her sister, Leah, to study microfinance over ten years ago. “I thought I would be there for three months,” she smiles. “I honestly had no idea the direction my life was about to take.”  While visiting Iganga, the girls witnessed a nightmare: an abusive orphanage, housing 160 children in just one room.  The Coloradans brought the abuse to the attention of the local government, eventually being granted custody of eighty of the children. Overnight, Musana Children’s Home was born. At the new orphanage, the children received food and healthcare but also genuine interaction and love — many for the first time. 

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GIVING BACK

(C ON TI N U ED)

Musana Co-Founders Haril Kazindra and Andrea Kazindra

Musana’s innovative and entrepreneurial approach also seeks to empower the vulnerable women of Iganga, who have access to vocational training and business support through their programs. “We teach them skills like baking, tailoring, and embroidery, but we also expose them to local businesses led by strong women. We want them to see what is possible!” Andrea adds.  And last but not least, Musana recently was able to build a Community Health Center with two main objectives: affordability and compassion. Currently, the hospital treated thousands of patients per month and was able to add an inpatient wing with 70 beds. If all these projects seem astounding, consider this: Musana’s goal is to be self-sustaining, generating 100% of their operating budget through locally generated funds and enterprises. Currently, they are about 90% of the way there.  Andrea says they are now partnering with other NGOs to teach their holistic approach, last year consulting with no less than 30 organizations. From their beginnings as a small orphanage helping a handful of children, to a community changer empowering local men and women to “be the change,” one thing seems certain: Musana will never stop growing, adapting, and learning how to best serve their community.  “I think Andrea’s ability to listen has been a gift to Musana,” smiles Haril. “Now we will be able to share all we have learned.” 

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ACREAGE If you associate being “outdoorsy” with drinking on patios, then Acreage is the place for you. Acreage is a concept by Stem Ciders in collaboration with Chef Daniel Asher and Id Est. Hospitality Group that offers dozens of ciders on tap. Gather the girls for a hibiscus session cider and take a seat around one of several fire pits on the deck. Indulge in the modern aesthetics while feasting on an Instagramworthy charcuterie board.

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CENTRO MEXICAN KITCHEN Tequila, anyone? Centro Mexican Kitchen offers a tequila to satisfy everyone’s inner fiesta. Sip on their signature Chupacabra cocktail with montelobos mezcal, pepper tequila, citrus juices, strawberry purée and agave. Centro offers an extensive food menu, including a scallop tostada and a traditional salsa flight served with warm tortilla chips. With a covered patio area, patio lights and fire pits, Centro will keep you and your girlfriends coming back for more. CONTINUED >

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M O U N TA I N S U N PUB & BREWERY For those nights that you and your friends just want to grab a beer and listen to live music, Mountain Sun Pub & Brewery on Pearl Street is the place. From a Dank Nugget I.P.A. to a lighter Raspberry Wheat, this eclectic brewery offers a beer for everyone in your squad. Not into beer? Don’t worry. Mountain Sun can whip up a spicy Bloody Mary and Moscow mules too.

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T-ZERO LOUNGE AT ST. JULIEN HOTEL AND SPA Located in the lobby of St. Julien Hotel and Spa, T-Zero Lounge is the perfect spot to grab cocktails before a night out. With stunning views of the Flatirons, it’s easy to quickly find yourself a couple glasses of rosé deep. T-Zero Lounge offers happy hour from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily and live music throughout the week.

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FOR JULIE JOHNSON, APRIL SMILEY, AND SISWAN TULADHAR, OPENING THEIR OWN NAIL SALON WAS A DREAM COME TRUE. After working together for over six years at Essentiels Spa in Boulder, the three women decided to pour their passion and expertise into opening their own space, aptly named The Nail Studio. The open, airy salon boasts large front windows that capitalize on the beautiful Boulder sunshine and a modern-contemporary style that lends the space a soothing, comfortable ambiance. One of The Nail Studio’s prerogatives is to provide their clients with a highly relaxing service, one that utilizes only the highest quality products. With this in mind, the three women chose to open their new studio in Boulder, partly because they’d already established a

Co-owner Julie Johnson

client base, but also because they knew that Boulderites would truly appreciate their atmosphere and their commitment to providing a top-notch experience. The studio, which celebrates ten years in July, has grown and changed a great deal over the years. After five years in their first location, the three owners moved to their current location on Canyon Boulevard, which has just undergone a stunning revamp. In addition, they’ve expanded their menu dramatically, moving from a nails-only salon into the world of skin care, offering facials, microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, and peels. To accommodate their growth, their staff has blossomed from just the three owners to eight total nail technicians and estheticians, plus a few fantastic receptionists. There are a number of things that set The Nail Studio apart from the average nail salon: each of its three owners have over 20 years of experience doing nails, and as Smiley, Johnson, and Tuladhar proudly explain, many of their clients have become like family. 52

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Spring + Summer 2018 Trend Report Tickled Pink: Pinkish-white shades are in. Pictured here: OPI’s Lisbon Wants Moor

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BOULDER’S TOP MOVERS AND SHAKERS LEAVE LOVE NOTES FOR THEIR MOTHERS, YOUNGER SELVES, MENTORS, COLLEAGUES, AND YOU... ARTICLE MARLEY JERANKO ILLUSTRATIONS KATIE VULETICH

The fitness business, like any business, is hard and the critics are tough. Some will even try to mold you into what they want.… I learned over and over in my career that when I stuck to my authentic self, doors started to open, and I felt right. Because, if you don't love yourself first, how are you going to be able to inspire and transform other lives? It all starts with love.  Movement is all based on passion and love — when you love yourself, you have a little extra in your tank to give to others; when you love yourself, others feel it too. Energy does not lie!  You are a fierce woman of will. Your passion is your mission. You are unapologetically you — after all, no one wants a copy. Love,

Natalie Uhling Owner of Natalie Uhling Fitness, creator of NUFit and the MVMT Tour, founder of Natalie Entertainment Group NatalieUhlingFitness.com

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It’s funny, two very different people involved in my training gave me the same piece of advice: “love what you do, and you'll never work a day in your life.” Well, lucky for me, people are a big part of this job. Take my missions with HUGS Foundation: I’ve had the opportunity to spend quality time with some distinguished experts in the field, sharing ideas about the patients we are helping, as well as ones at home. Connecting with them has pushed me to stay curious and continue to grow. You can’t always expect that to come from within. Having a strong network of colleagues — that has made all the difference in my career as a facial plastic surgeon. Foster those relationships. Be well,

Dr. Catherine Weng, M.D. Facial plastic surgeon at Peak - Ear, Nose, Throat & Voice Center PeakFacialPlasticSurgery.com

Leaving the investment world will be the most challenging decision you’ll make in your career. I know you adore this job, and you think you’ll return and continue this work…but you won’t — at least not in the way you thought. Don’t be afraid to fail! We learn to ride a bike by falling; life and business are the same way. Just remember to get back up! Had you not been awakened by your children’s health, had they not gotten sick, or been diagnosed with a life-threatening condition, you would not be the leader you are today. You see, so many of your best lessons have come through enormous challenges that have forced you to grow. When you feel that constriction that is fear, lean into it — don’t let it lock you in your comfort zone – the magic in life and work happens beyond it! You just might even find yourself on the TEDx Talks stage, recognized and supported in your work by people from around the world. With love from the woman you become,

Robyn McCord O'Brien Food industry advisor, author of The Unhealthy Truth, and public speaker RobynOBrien.com CONTINUED >

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DEAR,

(CON TI N UED)

Watching you cook is like magic, Abuelita. I still remember sipping your champurrado in the morning while you made tortillas — the taste of that rich chocolate atole — everything fresh. It’s different from Mom’s cooking. It’s made out of love, not just necessity. It was those trips to visit you in Mexico that made me fall in love with food. You were one of my biggest inspirations when I decided to open my chocolate business. You taught me that chocolate is at the heart of our culture. I like to think that with every batch I make, the deeper I get to my roots. The closer I get to you. You will always be with me, Abuelita. Con amor,

Damaris Ronkanen Owner, operator, and chocolate-maker, Cultura Craft Chocolate 2018 Good Food Finalist, 2017 Good Food Award, 2017 Academy of Chocolate Bronze Award CulturaChocolate.com

The truth is, stylists come with tons of baggage. Literally. My career dictates so much about my living space and lifestyle that I can’t imagine not thinking about: Are there stairs that might make loading in and out hard?; Is the space big enough for my revolving prop or wardrobe closet?; Do I have a big enough credit line to front shoots?; Can I ever own a small car?…(Spoiler! The answer is no.) I’m telling you now, being a stylist is not glamorous. I knew that from my first assisting job, but you know what? I still decided to go down this path, and never looked back. We are in an exciting time where the lines between fashion and function are being blurred. No longer just for yoga and spin class, boutique labels like Tory Burch, and Stella McCartney are dominating runways and the campground. Outdoor women are making headlines, and are refusing to be labeled as fashionless or masculine — just look at the wildly strong crop of female climbers we have in Boulder alone! If you ask me, that’s something worth sticking around for. Cheers,

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As soon as I graduated dental school, I realized just how much more there is to learn. I’m still continuing that path — I don’t think you ever stop — but along the way, I’ve discovered new areas of interest: one that’s sparked my passion. We need oxygen, and if we’re deprived of it, our system tries to find a way to accommodate. I’ve seen children dealing with poor sleep, allergies, and in turn, attention deficit, who develop orthodontic problems; I’ve seen adults with sleep apnea, who show signs in the oral cavity. As I began to understand the effect of airway issues on the dentition (really, our entire system), I learned something even bigger. See, in order to get to this conversation, we have to take our time with patients, and develop the rapport. Life isn’t all that different. Yours truly,

Dr. Ania Brackhage, D.D.S. Dr. Ania General Dentistry DrAnia.com

I was an early founder of three San Francisco companies that went public, I oversold my quota by $6 million, and I was a Miami party girl. The problem was, I didn’t know that my thoughts created my reality. Once I got this, I decided to do something of more purpose. I created Shift, a game that shows people why they do what they do. I’ve worked as an advisor, agent, and scout to startups — many of them women-led. I learned to surround myself with positive vibrations and to separate my identity from the success of my business. I learned to say no unless it’s a hell yes. Being an entrepreneur is one of the quickest paths to enlightenment. It brings up every fear, upset, and trigger. Everything you know about yourself will be tested. Winning is choosing to thrive, not just survive. Enjoy the ride,

Nicole Casanova CEO and Connection Catalyst, Casanova Ventures CasanovaVentures.com CONTINUED >

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DEAR,

(CON TI N UED)

Everyone has their own idea of how the path to success ought to look. Take it from me — it’s not always a linear line.… Just because you’ve built a rewarding business, doesn’t mean you should kick back and letup on your momentum. After establishing my interior design brand, I’m now finding myself in the midst of my biggest entrepreneurial undertaking. Some might ask how cocktails and design are related, but the way I see it, I’m just doing what feels true to myself. Launching my line of craft cocktails is an extension of my hometown cultures, Boulder and New Orleans. We enjoy life to its fullest: Laissez les bons temps rouler (let the good times roll)!   Why resist the unknown if it feels right to you? Cheers, 

Lauren Maggio Interior designer and co-founder, Cocktail Squad LaurenMaggioDesign.com CocktailSquad.com

I’ve known a lot of creatives who’ve dealt with resistance from their family early on in their career. Mom, you made sure that I didn’t. I remember when I was 12, and I begged you for a set of turntables, you surprised me with a pair that Christmas. That might have seemed like such a small gift, but Mom, it was one of the most impactful moments of my life. You’ve been my biggest supporter from day one. That was imperative to my development as a young adult — it instilled a confidence in me that has resonated throughout my career as a DJ. You raised me to be the creator I am today: intuitive, a tastemaker; unapologetically myself, even when others viewed it as weird, or quirky. I owe all of my success to the fact that you never allowed me to believe something was impossible. Your daughter,

Simone Pier DJ and owner of Simone Says LLC SimoneSaysMusic.com

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Building is both an art and a science. But, after practicing for 25 years, I now understand that architecture and interior design also have a huge people component. The biggest challenge lies along the path of building trust with your clients. See, one day you’ll walk through the construction site when the walls and roof are just going up, and the vision that has existed only in your head and on a computer screen will finally make its presence known. Then, the tipping point happens. They’ll walk through the spaces, as they are taking shape, and say, Wow, I get it now! You will bring joy to people’s lives through designing spaces that will far outlive our presence on Earth. Hold on to this magic. Kind Regards, 

Jane Snyder Founding partner, Mosaic Architects, Mosaic Interiors, and BLUBOX MosaicArchitects.com

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DEAR,

(CON TI N UED)

You can plan and ponder — that’s all good — but it’s truly more important to get in there and do. I have what I like to call a “busy brain.” I’m always dreaming up beautiful treasures that I hope my customers will fall in love with. Some days are very long and filled with nail-biting and white knuckles, as we careen dangerously close to tippling over deadlines, but when the dust settles, it makes you go ahhhhh...  Go chase that muse. She makes her appearance graciously and swiftly, but like any creative knows, you never know when she’ll return. I still wonder if she’ll appear again when I have a momentary creative block, but trust me, it’s a part of the process. When you catch your breath and have time to sit back and enjoy what you’ve made, you’ll know it was worth the work. Do.

Listen.

Question.

Learn.

Succeed. Fail. Meditate. Breathe. Love. Eat real food. Repeat,

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Listen, there will always be someone who doubts you. I had one mentor tell me early on that what we were attempting was a moon shot. He wasn't condescending when he said it; in fact, it was meant to be helpful. Like, "You know what you're getting into, right? You know how hard this is going to be, right?" Truthfully, there was no way I could know what we were getting into, or how hard it would be. The only way to learn that was just to start doing. Without a leap of faith, nothing new would ever be accomplished.  The key to overcoming doubt is to hold in your mind a paradox – to tell yourself: I know that the chance of success is very, very small, but I'm not going to worry about that today. I'm going to worry about making the best decisions I can make given what I know to be true today so that my vision can move forward. And by making a series of good, small decisions, I will continue to increase the chances of success.  With love,

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DESCRIBE YOUR ARTISTIC EDGE. I am not afraid to try new things even if it means failing. To me, failure is as essential to my art as it is to my life. YOUR MUSE? Artists often see themselves as bringing art into a community; but, I believe that art already exists in the rich and complex culture of a place.  HOW WOULD YOU EXPLAIN YOUR USE OF COLOR? Vivid! Color is just so much fun! Even the slightest adjustment in light can change the way we perceive something. HOW CAN OTHERS COMMISSION WORK IN THE FUTURE? Commissions make great gifts! Whether it’s a small-scale pet portrait or large-scale portrait mural, I do it all. You can contact me directly at kvuletich@gmail.com or via my website at KVuletich.com. 

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ARTICLE CAROLYN DAVIDSON PHOTOGRAPHY POPPIES + PAISLEY PHOTOGRAPHY

LIKE MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER THESE FOUR FEMALE BUSINESS OWNERS HAVE FOUND THEIR NICHE IN BOULDER’S SMALL BUT TIGHT-KNIT COMMUNITY CONTINUED >

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LIKE MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER

(CON TI N UED)

ON A WARM SPRING DAY THIS MARCH, FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD

Cate’s mother Melissa sees Boulder as the perfect spot for

RESTAURANT BRASSERIE TEN TEN, WIDELY CONSIDERED

a group of creative women, “It’s a melting pot,” she says. “All

THE BEST PLACE FOR BRUNCH IN BOULDER (AND THE

the healing arts and a supportive culture to develop whole-

FINEST GATHERING PLACE), PLAYED HOST TO FOUR OF

ness and creativity.”

BOULDER’S MOST INSPIRING BUSINESS WOMEN. They all

Robyn’s mother Amina agrees, “raising Robyn and her

sat casually around a table, eating French inspired omelets, and

brother in Boulder was an ongoing experience of opportuni-

drinking pink wine and cafe with their mothers.

ties for self-expression, support, and growth.”

The women:

help of their communities to get their business going, “Word of

Leah Colby of La Dolce Events with her mother, Marnie Williams

mouth and networking in Boulder is the foundation for small

Robyn Knowlan of Wonder Press Juice and her mother, Amina Knowlan

business owners in this town. You have to share the wealth,

Lara DeBroux of Fiori Flowers and her mother, Katherine Webster;

the clients, and the projects. There’s plenty to go around and

Cate Leuenberger of Royal Stag Hats and her mother, Melissa Stuart

great opportunity for collaboration.”

Colby points out that small business owners also rely on the

Within the Boulder community, these women have created On the surface, it seems to be an odd group. Though the daughters are all roughly the same age, their businesses vary — from juice to hats it can be hard to find a connection. But if you watch the table closely, you’ll notice a familiarity between the business

their own, smaller community within the city and capitalize on any areas for collaboration. “We have all had opportunities to collaborate in different ways be it a pop-up shop, a photoshoot or an event,” explains Cate.

owners and their mothers that goes far beyond mere friendship.

And their tight-knit group isn’t only staying in touch for

There are a lot of cross-generation conversations, women leaning

business ventures, Robyn says, “I love that I could reach out to

across the table to give high fives, and ease of conversation that’s

any of them if I were struggling and they would be able to offer

immediately evident. There’s also a moment when the daughters

a valuable perspective on what it means to be an entrepreneur

break out into song, one from their childhood.

and young woman business owner.”

The business owners have actually known each other since

Lara mimics Robyn’s sentiments, “There is a deep under-

childhood when they attended Shining Mountain Waldorf School

standing and bond that comes with our shared experiences,

in North Boulder. Even as kids, Lara’s mom Katherine says the

the trial and tribulations of being small business owners.”

girls all had their own “unique essential nature and creativity [that]

Marnie and the other moms aren’t surprised that the

was highly valued and the circle of friends, parents, and teachers,

girls went along a career path that takes such indepen-

was a steady, nurturing presence throughout the years.”

dence and perseverance, “I saw the potential of who they

The younger generation agrees that the community of

each could be,” Marnie explains. “I am amazed and awed

Boulder is one of the main reasons they all came back after

at what they have done and continue to do.... [They are all]

spreading out across the country and globe for their col-

truly hardworking and truly care about the Boulder com-

lege-aged years and after.

munity,” she says.

Leah, who started her event planning business in 2011,

And for all the hardships, all of the women agree that small

explains that she chose Boulder for the community as much

business, especially those owned by women are essential to

as for her family, “My heart, my family, and many of my friends

not only Boulder’s community but every community.

were in Boulder… At the end of the day, I do what I do because I

“It’s so important everywhere,” Lara says. “Local, female,

love people, community, and helping people bring their dreams

male, and family-owned business is so important to our local

to life, no matter how big or small. My community is hands

culture and unique community. They’re essential to keeping

down my biggest support, and I am so grateful to them.”

authenticity thriving.”

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LIKE MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER

(CON TI N UED)

MEET THE BUSINESS OWNERS: Lara DeBroux Owner of Fiori Flowers FioriBoulder.com @fiori.flowers Specialty: creating one of a kind arrangements Fun fact: Lara bought Fiori Flowers, at the time

a three-year old-business, when she was only 25 Leah Colby Owner of La Dolce Events LaDolceEventsBoulder.com @ladolceevents Specialty: wedding and charity event planning Fun Fact: Leah got into event planning after work-

ing for a local non-profit, helping them with event planning… and being a bridesmaid in ten weddings Robyn Knowlan Co-owner Wonder Press Juice WonderPress.co @wonder_juice Specialty: the best juice you’ll find in Boulder Fun Fact: Wonder Press was in part started

because of her desire to make it easier for the community to access and consumer healthier alternatives to things like coffee and beer Cate Leuenberger Maker and owner of Royal Stag Hats RoyalStagHats.com @royalstaghats Specialty: gorgeous, Western-inspired hats Fun Fact: Royal Stag is as hands-on as it can

get—all the hats are handmade

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ARTIST’S PALETTE

DRAWN WESTWARD ARTICLE KELLI RUHL PHOTOGRAPHY POPPIES + PAISLEY PHOTOGRAPHY

AFTER YEARS CAPTURING THE BEAUTY OF THE WEST, ARTIST MICHELLE COURIER FINALLY HAS HER FEET FIRMLY PLANTED IN COLORADO SOIL

MICHELLE COURIER WAS BORN TO BE AN ARTIST. The daugh-

when you were there.” She has spent 20 years honing a keen eye for

ter of a painter and a weaver, Courier got her first easel at the age of

stunning views and developing an incredible talent for transferring

four. Her passion for art was stoked from the start, as she spent every

those gorgeous views onto a canvas.

summer driving cross-country with her parents so that her father

In 2016, Courier’s path shifted, pivoting away from Michigan winters

could capture stunning landscapes across the West, cataloging pho-

and road-tripping summers to a full-time home in Denver. Courier

tos to paint from through the frigid Michigan winters.

has been drawn to the West since she was 12, and in 2016, the stars

Courier’s path was shaped by these family traditions, and as an

aligned. She came across an open gallery space that was centrally

adult, she followed closely in her father’s footsteps. Though she

located in the energetic, artistic Tennyson neighborhood. As Courier

began by drawing portraits, she soon made a name for herself as an

explains, “it just clicked.” Thus, Westward Gallery was born.

acrylic painter with a focus on capturing beautiful landscapes, just as

Westward is run by Courier and her business partner, Patti

her father has done. For many years she even mimicked her father’s

Klapish. The two women are thrilled to be a part of the Tennyson

lifestyle, traveling the country during the summers and painting from

community and have already made great efforts to become a

photos through the winters.

go-to space in the neighborhood, hosting events like book sign-

A passionate hiker, Courier is drawn to painting landscapes because she finds that “photos never make you feel the way you felt

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ings and parties, and hosting drop-in yoga classes on Tuesday and Thursday nights.


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Westward Gallery 4400 Tennyson St, Denver

As far as her personal career is concerned, Courier’s work is

her own gallery was never the plan exactly, but she always had a

currently featured in galleries across the country, including Legacy

vision for how to display her own work, and now she is loving the

Gallery in Bozeman, Montana; Art Obsessions Gallery in Truckee,

opportunity to do just that.

California; Pacific Crest Gallery in South Lake Tahoe, California;

Courier and Klapish are incredibly proud of what they have cre-

Freed Gallery in Lincoln City, Oregon, and C2C in Grand Haven,

ated in Westward Gallery, and their goal is to continue making their

Michigan. She has been in the art industry for 30 years, proud

mark as a staple of their community, providing beautiful art and

to have her work displayed in many prominent galleries; opening

memorable experiences to those around them.

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GIRLFRIEND GETAWAY TO PALM SPRINGS

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Alcazar Palm Springs 622 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262 | 760.318.9850 | @alcazarps This hip Spanish colonial-style boutique hotel offers sleek, individually decorated all-white rooms, chic beach cruiser loaners, outdoor PALM SPRINGS BRINGS TOGETHER WHAT MOST OF US ARE CRAVING JUST ABOUT THIS TIME OF YEAR: WARM WEATHER, PALM TREES, DELICIOUS RESTAURANTS WITH PATIO DINING, BOUTIQUE HOTELS PERFECT FOR POOLSIDE ROSÉ AND GREAT SHOPPING. Throw in a backdrop of beautiful desert mountains and a couple of your favorite girlfriends—you’ll find a trip to the desert offers the perfect mix to recharge and relax. While Palm Springs is also a great destination for the guys (golfing much?), we did some firsthand research for our Bellevue ladies to narrow down your choices for your next girlfriends getaway. Only a two-hour direct flight away, and

pool and hot tub, and complimentary morning coffee and pastries. It's just a mile from downtown and next door to a casual farm-to-table cafe and an Italian restaurant and bar. 

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with most attractions in close proximity to the airport and

This casual upscale restaurant and lounge with white, crisp interior

downtown, this trip is easy, convenient and does not need

lined with farmhouse tables and stylish chairs creates a luxurious yet

to be overthought. The toughest decision you will need to

comfortable ambiance. For serene scenery, grab drinks on the patio

make is how many open toe shoes to pack. For more travel

overlooking the San Jacinto Mountains. The majestic views and ele-

information, VisitPalmSprings.com has your back.

gant sculpture decorating the garden make it the perfect setting for a weekend brunch, dinner or special occasion.

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Jakes 664 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262 | 760.327.4400 | @jakespalmsprings This hip-yet-casual American bistro serves up fresh, innovative fare and comfort food favorites along with beverages from a full bar. Dine alfresco in the charming courtyard or sleek dining room. Can’t go wrong with lunch, dinner or brunch.

LuLu California Bistro 200 S. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262 | 760.327.5858 | @lulupalmsprings Lulu is a captivating California bistro dining experience. Menu options are many, and the generous portions are prepared with the freshest ingredients available and a dash of innovation from award-winning chefs. Freshly baked bread and decadent desserts are made in-house daily.

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ARTICLE MEG SIMON | PHOTOGRAPHY LADD FORDE

SPRING BRINGS IN A RENEWAL OF CREATIVITY. There's something about the way the landscape comes back to life that reminds me the world is full of possibility and that new things and ideas come to fruition all of the time. This issue we interviewed two Denver-based designers whose ideas and work embody the rejuvenation that comes with the season. Meet two entrepreneurs whose work is ever-evolving and who are redefining the way the fashion and art industries operate.  

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Lily Schlosser: Eli & Barry @eliandbarry

EliAndBarry.com Lily Schlosser, the woman behind the high-quality clothing company Eli & Barry, dedicated herself to making well-edited, long-lasting clothes in the spring of 2016. Schlosser has been enamored with crafting since childhood and has explored many diverse creative mediums.  “One of my earliest birthday memories is of receiving loads of crafting kits from my friends and trying to complete them all that night,” Schlosser remembers.  Schlosser’s mother taught her to knit and sew as a child, a skill that she rediscovered in her twenties and ultimately led to the founding of Eli & Barry. Schlosser has conscientiously woven her values into the workings of Eli & Barry, many of which run counter to standard practice in the fashion industry (think "fast fashion"). At the heart of her company is a love of fabric and the idea that clothing can be a statement of rebellion. Both environmental and personal sustainability is also central to Eli & Barry.  “I think about things like fabric being responsibly produced and workers being

“The way we choose to cover our bodies can be a total act of revolution.”

paid living wage, but I also think that “sustainability” should apply to the well-being of a business owner,” says Schlosser. Schlosser goes to yoga almost every day, a practice she says has dramatically influenced her creative process by bringing calm and confidence.  Another way Schlosser is challenging the norms of the fashion industry is by creating clothes for a wide variety of body types, all of which are downright comfortable to wear.  “I’m very active and like to be able to move comfortably in what I’m wearing, but I also want to look great. I love playing with silhouettes in ways that challenge our concept of beauty!” CONTINUED >

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“My mission as an artist is simple – to spread beauty.”

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smart // strong // ambitious focused // energetic // inspired

Marsha Robinson: Strange Dirt @strangedirt

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and a focus on the female figure is now more of a floral theme. “The botanical world fascinated me – I think of it as the ultimate example of true, natural beauty,” says Robinson.  Along with the content of her work, the mediums Robinson employs also continue to shift and expand. Though her current body of work began with paper and ink drawings, she has now realized her designs as apparel patches, textile wall hangings, and glassware.  “It won’t stop there,” Robinson says. “I plan to keep the wheel turning and continually add new facets to my work.”  Robinson recently signed up for a ceramics course and is hoping to see her work in 3-D soon.  While many elements of Robinson’s work are continually moving, the message has remained consistent.  “My mission as an artist is simple – to

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INSPIRED BY

MOM STRONG HOW THE BLOOM METHOD SPREADS THEIR EMPOWERING MESSAGE

PREGNANCY AND THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD CAN BE WROUGHT WITH FEELINGS OF ANXIETY, FEAR, AND DIMINISHED BODILY CONTROL FOR MANY WOMEN. Weary of the perpetuation

of

these

disempowering

messages, Brooke Cates, CEO & Founder of The Bloom Method in Boulder, set out to shift the perspective on just how powerful expecting and new moms can be. Through a blend of advanced education and revolutionary training methods, The Bloom Method marks a more effective way for expect-

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ing and postpartum mothers to exercise. Beyond these physical goals, The Bloom Method helps women feel strong and empowered throughout their journey into motherhood. For Cates, spreading The Bloom Method’s mission means engaging with her audience inside and outside the studio. Across social platforms, Cates advocates for The Bloom Method’s philosophy using a few foundational social media practices rooted in education, transparency, and, of course, fun.

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1

EDUCATE & EMPOWER

2

ALWAYS BE AUTHENTIC

Social media can contain a lot of falseness, and I want no part of that. Everything we share is real.

Engaging in social media for us means working to shift perceptions around be-

It can also be very raw and is always completely

ing active during pregnancy, prepping for birth, and being empowered in our

transparent. That’s the only way we intend to com-

bodies. We educate our followers through playful, empowering posts and inter-

municate and share our perspectives and meth-

actions consistent along these themes, which are huge within our brand and the

ods with our followers.

overwhelming focus of our social platforms.

3 4

A PERSONAL TOUCH Allowing followers to get to know our coaches in our lives inside and outside the studio is a valuable tool in helping them relate to our mission. As we launch Studio Bloom Online in late May, our coaches will be opened up to a new global audience, and establishing these relationships will be even more important.

MORE GROWTH, MORE RESPONSIBILITY Gaining and retaining followers isn’t just about being creative and clever with your posts. Ample, often daily interactions with the women who engage with us is a crucial, if not the most important, element of staying connected with our followers.

5

NEVER FORGO FUN It’s important to never take yourself too seriously. That’s when the fun and enjoyment that originally sparked your business or mission gets lost. I adore what I do, what we stand for at The Bloom Method, and how we’re creating change in the pre and postnatal world, and it’s imperative to keep that shining through in our social media.

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MAY 4 LIKA BEHAR TRUNK SHOW Walters & Hogsett Jewelers

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MAY 5 BOULDER SATURDAY FARMERS MARKET Central Park

Visitors to the Boulder County Farmers Market will find a wide variety of fresh Colorado-grown produce suited to their personal choices. We have farmers who use conventional methods of growing, and those who are certified organic growers. Every Saturday from 10am – 2pm: live music weekly. Artisan Shows every second Saturday of the month: May 12th.

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mint juleps and curated cocktails. After the race, the Family Reunion Band will take over the stage!

MAY 6 CENTRO MUSIC SUNDAYS Centro Mexican Kitchen

Join us every Sunday from 3 – 6PM for Centro’s Sunday music series. Kick back with a cold beer and enjoy the sweet sounds of our latin-inspired musical guests.

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in your life by joining us for our annual Mother's Day celebrations at Hotel Boulderado on Sunday, May 13th from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Every mother who attends can enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne to pair with the plentiful buffet choices. To make your reservation, please call 303-440-2882.

MAY 14 BOULDER START UP WEEK Pearl Street

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tunity around entrepreneurship. The event goes from May 14th to 18th. Visit the website to see the schedule and sign up for individual sessions. http:// boulderstartupweek.com/

MAY 18 BOOMTOWN DEMO DAY Boulder Theater

End Boulder Startup Week With a Boom. We’re thrilled to be the closing

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event of 2018 Boulder Startup Week. Join us as we celebrate the spirit and creativity of entrepreneurship. We invite you to come and cheer on our 10th cohort as they give you an inside look into what they’ve been building over the past few months.

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MAY 26 BOULDER CREEK FESTIVAL Central Park

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For over a quarter century, the Boulder Creek Festival® has been the un-

official kickoff to summer in Boulder. The Festival is free to the public and features something for everyone: 9 separate event areas with 500 vendors showcase everything from com-

munity arts and crafts to healthier alternatives and technology while 4

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MAY 28 BOLDERBOULDER Folsom Field

The BolderBOULDER has grown to become one of the largest and

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most highly acclaimed 10K’s in the world. Almost 1.2 million  runners, joggers, walkers and spectators of all ages have gathered over the years to create a spectacle that defies description.Each year we host 50,000+ participants and 70,000+ spectators at Folsom Field.

JUNE 2 MAPLETON HILL RUMMAGE SALE Mapleton Hill Neighborhood

Always a great day to stroll Boulder’s historic Mapleton Hill neighborhood at the 14th Annual Mapleton Hill Rummage Sale. You’ll find new old treasures at over 50 yard sales and enjoy the beauty of this wonderful historic district.

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