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Minneapolis, MN

Welcome to Flock of Broads. Here you will find the musings of five smart gals affectionately called "The Flock", all currently based in Minneapolis, MN. From pie crusts to parties, beard oil to Beyoncé, fashion to fat pants, we cover life as we know it and even a few things in between. Pull up a chair and stay a while.



First things first. Angie is a triplet. She has two sisters, they are not identical, they do get along, no they can’t feel each other’s pain but they’re really good at knowing when something is wrong. Angie was always the curious one, the spirited one, the one who wanted to dye her hair pink or blue or green.  

Angie grew up wanting to be an archaeologist in ancient Egypt  but instead got her Master’s Degree from the University of Minnesota in Counseling. She moved to Portland, like all good hipsters do, got a job and a weird haircut. Despite making many beloved friends and adopting the worlds-best cat she decided to move back where everything felt “right”: Minneapolis. The cat came too, of course. She broke her foot 9 days later. C’est La Vie. She FINALLY dyed her hair bright Ariel red. The very next day she met her future husband, who liked her hair pretty well, and her eyes even better, but couldn’t see through his watering eyes around her cat. The things we do for love.  

Now Angie uses her empathy and relationship building skills to do social media and content strategy for Betty Crocker. Yes, she loves baking (from scratch), red lipstick and doo-wop but also Scandinavian minimalism, wearing all black and Viking metal. She lives in an oh-so-cute duplex in South Minneapolis with her terribly dapper husband.  Her hair is black again, for now. She is a vegetarian by necessity, but hates tofu. Her favorite place in the world is Iceland (an introvert’s paradise) and her favorite cheese is mostly any kind baked on bread.