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Why my heart is in the Midwest...

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Why my heart is in the Midwest...

Guess what? I grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. My parents moved to Canada from Minnesota after they graduated from college and got married. Winnipeg was in need of teachers so they decide heck, let's go on an adventure. Well, that adventure never ended! They still live in Manitoba after 48 years. My brother and I however, have relocated back to the US. The migration started when I decided to attend the University of Minnesota - Duluth for college to be closer to my grandmothers. Moving to Duluth changed the trajectory of my life and I am forever grateful for...

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Why the Pacific Coast holds a special place in my heart...

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Why the Pacific Coast holds a special place in my heart...

Live on the Pacific Coast? Check out the retailers links in this blog to find stores that carry a current selection of Sarah Angst Art greeting cards and stickers this holiday season. Click on the store link for directions to the storefront, or to see if you can shop online. Don't forget to SHOP SMALL this holiday season!

Photo Credit: Pearl Street Books in Ellensburg, Washington.

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Our Favorite Places to "Shop Small" and "Shop Local"

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Our Favorite Places to "Shop Small" and "Shop Local"
For the month of December Sarah Angst Art will be highlighting a few of our favorite shops across the country that carry our art, cards, or stickers. We are SO eternally grateful for their support of Sarah Angst Art during these challenging times. **Photo credit: Altitude Gallery in Bozeman, Montana.

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Feel more connected. It's as simple as a handwritten card.

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Feel more connected. It's as simple as a handwritten card.
We've lost what's known as the social touch - spoken words of encouragement over coffee, a hug of support from a coworker. That genuine one on one connection with another human being. We can't all meet in person right now, so what can we do to feel more connected? 

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Sympathy Tips - Keep it simple, share a memory, and speak from the heart.

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Sympathy Tips - Keep it simple, share a memory, and speak from the heart.
Sympathy Tips - Keep it simple, share a memory, and speak from the heart.

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