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Topics will include lessons on being a single parent to teenagers and coping with their challenges.

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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When Career Assessments Are Wrong

In high school, I took a career assessment. Its results indicated that I would make a good plumber. This was laughable at the time however, in today’s economy, being a plumber is one of the most secure jobs around. Given

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When the Lord’s Prayer Comes to Life

It’s no surprise that most teenagers are convinced they are smarter than their parents. We can all remember our own eye-rolling moments with our parents growing up. “They’re so old-fashioned” or “They’re out of touch with reality” are likely common

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Who Are You Going to Listen To?

I received some interesting responses to my blog post from last week. Seems like there are many people who want to discover their ‘salt and light’ and use them for the betterment of society. Let’s face it, we all want

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What Lies Beneath

A few weeks ago, I listened to my daughter’s pediatrician tell me that my baby girl was allergic to everything on the planet except perhaps rocks. While I knew seasonal allergies were her nemesis, I’d no idea of the laundry

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Mirror Mirror on the Wall…

I’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

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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.

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