No Magic Bullet

Several months ago, I purchased a Nutri-Bullet. If you’re not familiar with this appliance, it’s basically a high powered blender that promises to whip nearly anything into a smooth, creamy, yummy drink in seconds. Read more ›

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How a Keratin Treatment Changed My Life

Recently I got a keratin treatment for my hair. If you don’t know what this is, keratin is a product that eliminates frizzy, curly hair and leaves it straight, shiny, and soft. In short, it’s a miracle in a bottle. Read more ›

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The Beach Boys Get Me

Every morning I wake up around 6:00 am. I make my way to the kitchen for that much-needed coffee and head back to my room to settle into my comfy chair. I used to head to the den for my workout but that’s a story for another time. Read more ›

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What Would Mr. Maslow Say?

Recently while having coffee with one of my very good friends, we were speaking of our mutual parenting challenges. After a bit of a rant about the frustrations I’m experiencing with my son and his attitude towards his college classes, my friend said, ‘Yeah, but you’re a good mom.’ Read more ›

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I Can See Clearly Now

I was extremely insecure as a young girl. Maybe it was the glasses I wore since first grade. Maybe it was the braces that I wore along with the glasses. Maybe it was the extra weight and teen acne that I had on top of the glasses and braces. Whatever it was, it plagued me. Read more ›

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The Dichotomy of Parenting

For some reason, the word “dichotomy” has been coming out of my mouth a lot in recent days. I’ve used it at work and in recent conversations with friends on a variety of topics. The definition of this interesting word is “a division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different.” Read more ›

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About Jennifer Covello

Jennifer’s passion for motherhood and all things children is evident in the many hats she wears. As a mom of two children, mompreneur, author, speaker, and volunteer... (read more)
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Frittabello and his Angel

Jennifer Covello, Author

A children’s book telling the story of a little soul making its way to earth and learning how to rely upon his guardian angel.

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