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Jenna Quentin

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Jenna is a Kansas girl who married a Frenchman and lived her personal fairytale in Bordeaux, France for five years. In 2013, they moved back to raise their four children in Newton, where her husband is a firefighter. Jenna brought back a love of the French language, culture, cuisine and cheese. She never thought she would fall equally in love with Kansas and the Wichita area, where she feels so supported as a woman and mom. She is a WAHM, with a media startup.

3 Ways to Upcycle & Style Your Old T-Shirts (No Sewing Required)

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The free tee from your first postpartum 5K. That soft oversized shirt that you could wear for days at a time. The basic tee with the cool logo. You'd love to wear them, but...

Wichita Day Trip: How to Spend A Day in Newton, KS with Kids

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Newton, Kansas is just big enough to have fun stuff to do and eat, and just small enough to make a cozy community. It’s about 25 minutes north of Wichita on I-135, and has...

Dear Work-at-Home Moms…

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Dear Work-at-Home Moms, You're doing a really good job. No, huh-uh. Don't shake your head or shrug it off. I mean it.  You did enough at your job today. You were enough for your kids today....

The Best Kansas State Parks to Visit with Kids

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Do you need new places to explore outside with the family, without driving out-of-state? There are 28 Kansas state parks!  We’ve listed out each park with its main amenities and how long of a drive it...

4 Tips for Making Your Long Distance Friendship Stronger Than Ever

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You tried to hide it, but you were crushed when your friend said she was moving away. You’re excited for her to follow her heart and start a new adventure...but you’re worried this might...

4 Ways to Survive Home Projects with Your Partner

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“Don’t use up your marriage equity on renovating the office,” cautioned our life coach.  Maybe it’s a huge remodel project. Maybe it’s just choosing how to arrange and decorate your living space. However, you and...

3 Ways to Make the Holidays Special When Mom is Struggling

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As I stare down the holidays, a heavy numbness rolls over me. I don’t want to celebrate gratitude. I don’t feel like putting up the tree. I don’t care to pick a new word...

4 New Ideas for A Fab Fall Girls Night in Wichita

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I desperately need time with my girlfriends. Without guys or kids (we adore you, but we need a minute). We need to talk, to laugh, and to have fun. Here’s a few things to do...

Our Family’s Journey to American Citizenship (and Answers to the 9 Most Frequently Asked...

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“I hear a bit of an accent...where are you from?” Good question! My husband is a brand-new American citizen! I’m grateful we both understand this experience, because I was an immigrant in his country before...

Why You Need a Mentor and Where to Find One

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You’re not alone, friend. You don’t have to figure it out by yourself. I want to share how mentors have changed my life! Last December, I picked a phrase for 2020: “Quit going it alone.”...

Fun Ways to Celebrate Bastille Day (July 14th)

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If you’re looking for some extra reasons to party this summer, July 14th is a wonderful time for French-themed treats and activities for all ages. Also known as Bastille Day, July 14th is celebrated...

How to Make the Most Out of A Small Space

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“Yeah, our apartment is about 250 square feet,” I said. “Honey, where are you living?” my friend squeaked. I was living in Europe, and quickly got a crash course in how to make the most of...

10 Books for Self-Care and Growth (and Where to Find Them)

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Being at home for weeks during COVID-19 has shown me that I could be a lot gentler and kinder to myself in terms of growth and goal-getting. And I've realized that some of the...

12 Read-Aloud Books To Educate and Discuss with Your Kids

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I’m convinced that one of the greatest activities I can do with my kids is to read out loud to them. There are whole websites devoted to the topic, like Read-Aloud Revival, so I...