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Topics will include information on being a mompreneur – both a mom and an entrepreneur.

Crudites and Careers

Jen’s Gem: If you do the little things well, the big things will come to you.  One of my tasks for the elaborate holiday meals my mom would prepare was the crudité tray. To say that I despised this activity

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As One Door Closes, Another Opens

“Look at all of this! I’m really proud of you, Mommy.”  These were the words my daughter said to me when she assisted in setting up my Frittabello vendor table at an event. As she thoughtfully and carefully placed each

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Do Your Best and Hire the Rest

As a new guest blogger for Market Mommy, I thought I would write about one of the most common mistakes mompreneurs make – trying to do it all. Sound familiar? To read more about why this is a recipe for

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My Perspiration Leads to Inspiration

I try to walk on my treadmill for thirty minutes every day. There are weeks when I do very well with this and there are weeks when, well… not so good. I do not like to exercise. I’m not an

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Finish Your Shot

“Finish your shot!” “Follow through!” These are the words I hear often at my children’s basketball games from the parents in the stands. For those of you with children in this sport, you know that these commands are instructing the

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Partners and Friends

Purposeful Parent Tip: People come into our lives for a reason. (Note: This is the sixth and final in a series of posts about the speakers scheduled for my upcoming Mom to Mompreneur Now! Tele-summit starting on October 9, 2012

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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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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.


Asserting Importance of Trust of My Readers