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Topics include posts about moms who are trying to do it all and suffering because of it.

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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Successful Single Parenting

One of my New Year’s promises was to redecorate my home. I said goodbye to the bold hues of red, gold, and green that colored the first floor of my home for nearly seven years and welcomed the more calming

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Are You an Addict?

Are you addicted to easy? If you’re like most people, it’s likely you are. All one needs to do these days is browse their Sunday newspaper circulars to see all of the products invented to make everyday tasks quick and

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Spring Clean Your To-Do List!

The other day I saw the following quote by Von Clausewitz: “He who defends all borders defends none.” While these words are clearly meant to describe a strategy for battle, I found them to be eerily applicable to parenting.

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How Do You See Yourself?

My most recent MaMaZiNa magazine guest blog post speaks about the importance of seeing ourselves through our children’s eyes, without all the flaws and unrealistic expectations. To read more, click here.

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Mommy Guilt – Eliminate it Today!

Moms today are full of it. That’s right – I said it. They are full of it. They talk about it all the time. It consumes their every thought. It keeps them up at night. It keeps them from waking

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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