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Welcome to the world of Nicole Ausmer! I am a daydreamer, mother, wife, and the creative type. Every day I wake up and think "how can I be better today than I was yesterday?"


 Which leads me to new ideas and places that I want to have an impact. Nicole Ausmer (The brand) is all about using passion as your north star. This site contains projects that are important to me and I am happy to share them with you!

I am here for the podcast!

My kiddos have taken over my website with their podcast. If that is what you are looking for just click the link! #Momlife #Icantevenhaveawebsite

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Nicole M. Ausmer

Hailing from Lorain, Ohio, Dr. Nicole Ausmer (affectionately known as Dr. Aus) is a creative. She often shares stories of early childhood memories that laid the foundation for her creative mind to grow.


Mommin' Ain't Easy

Nicole loves to tell stories and hear them too. She is the creator of Mommin' Ain't Easy Cincy: The Stage Show, which allowed women to take the stage and share their stories of love, laughter, trials, and tribulations when it comes to motherhood.

Nicole loves being a mother and continues to share stories about parenting tips and tricks in her blog about how Mommin' Ain't Easy!



Nicole has been working on a book to explore her childhood wounds dealing with the incarceration of her father. The book has stalled many times but in the fall of 2019, she became an alum of TedX Cincinnati and delivered her talk on the effects of parental incarceration on children. Which renewed her energy and instead of writing a book Nicole is currently creating a Podcast to continue to tell this story.

About Nicole

Nicole currently resides in Cincinnati with her husband Lionell Ausmer Jr. and their two children Avery and Jackson.

Hey Black Child: The Podcast 
Hey Black Child: The Podcast - Avery and Jackson Ausmer
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I have had the idea to start more than 100 businesses and as soon as I start to research I find that the idea exists in some way, shape, or form. It wasn't until recently that I started using the phrase "bread aisle" to change my outlook on what I have to offer. If there can be a whole aisle full of bread, why can't my ideas exists alongside of others, too. Someone needs poppy seed!

Nicole M. Ausmer