Mirror Mirror on the Wall…

mirror_mirror_on_the_wallI’ve read time and again that the people in your life are a reflection of yourself. They are your mirror – an opportunity to see both the good and bad qualities you possess. This week I was given a few opportunities to see a reflection of a quality of mine that is in need of uh…‘tweaking’. I know – hard to imagine that I have any less than stellar qualities but alas it is true.

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What’s In Your Wallet?

Mark 11:24You may have heard this phrase uttered by the celebrities in the Capital One® commercials. The intent of course is to get you to sign up for their credit card so that you can take advantage of the many benefits it offers.

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The Magic of You!

the-magic-of-youThe other day I looked over my list of 2016 intentions and goals that I keep in plain sight on my bureau mirror. It is a daily reminder of what I committed to do for the year with action steps. Very “business-like” but effective. Read more ›

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David Bowie Knows About Change

David-BowieI have been slightly MIA for the past couple of weeks due to the Thanksgiving holiday and…a new job! Yes, I’m back in the workforce, back on the Merritt Parkway and back to setting alarm clocks. What’s old is new again and I couldn’t be more grateful. Read more ›

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What Would Michael Jackson Say?

man-in-the-mirrorThe other day my daughter and I got new glasses. She was very excited for hers and I was grateful for mine because they were free. I tried to pick out a frame that would accommodate the ridiculously thick lenses I need. Let’s just say it was slim pickings.

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Should I Cancel My AAA Membership?

romans-nothing-can-separateI admit it. I don’t know much about cars. Oh sure, I know about the normal stuff like oil changes and windshield wiper fluid. But the big stuff like transmissions and air filters or radiators? Nope – not a clue. That’s why I signed up for a AAA membership many years ago. Its roadside assistance service has saved my stranded self a time or two paying for itself many times over. Read more ›

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About Jennifer Covello

We’ve all heard that people come into our lives for a reason. For a long time, for me, those “people” were friends, colleagues, DMV personnel, bank tellers, and customer service reps at the utility companies. You get the idea... (read more)
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