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Jenna Quentin

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.

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...

Mom Music for Every Mood

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As women and mamas, we have lots of moods. I mean, we’re rock stars, but we’re still human.  There are seasonal moods (pool season and snuggle season), and different times of the month (hormonal and...hormonal.)...

3 Things I’ve Learned About Motherhood from Writer’s Block

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There are times when the words won’t come. Even after some 13 years of writing for magazines, newspapers, blogs, and a self-published book.  I stare at the computer. It stares at me. It’s kind of like...

How To Be Less Social If You’re An Extrovert

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You have probably seen or read “helpful” articles that instruct introverts on “How to Be More Social.” What?? My favorite people are introverts, all beautiful souls who I wouldn’t change for the world. Since...
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A Letter to My Grandma

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Dear Grandma, You hold a special place in my heart. Even though we see each other regularly, I need to say about how much you mean to me. You’ve been a constant presence in my life...

When You’ve Lost That Christmas Spirit

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You know the feeling. That little jump in your tummy at a great light display, that sigh as you snuggle on the couch with a Hallmark movie, the sparkle over all the activities. That...

The Finer Things That Everyone Can Enjoy

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The “finer things” by the common definition just aren’t present in everyone’s life and choices globally. Maybe that adds to the allure for some, because this lifestyle is elite. Exclusive. High-end. Gourmet. But what are...

4 Ways I’m Raising Conservationist Kids

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We are quiet conservationists. My daily lifestyle and what I model for my four children is more important to me than being a loud activist. If the earth is borrowed from our children, then I...