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If you couldn’t tell, I love to write. I write about parenting, interracial marriage, domestic strides, Mormon motherhood, photography, breastfeeding, and current events.  My work has been featured on The Huffington Post, and BabyCenter. If you’re looking for someone who can bring a fresh take on an old topic, consider me for the job. I’d love to work with you to bring SEO-friendly content to your website.

Click here for more examples of my work.

If you’re looking for a blogger to copy and paste a press release you write up on their blog, or post a generic advertisement about your product, I’m not the one for you. However, if you are hoping to showcase your brand through the eyes of a creative and honest blogger, I’m your girl. I’ve worked hard to find a balance between sharing products I am learning to love, without clouding my blog with advertisements. I put a lot of time and energy into my posts and I love creating memorable videos and working with brands on thoughtful campaigns. If you’d like help working something up, contact me and I’ll see what we can do.
I’m particularly interested in working with brands that can bring the family together and help make lasting memories.  Some of the brands I’ve worked with include CanonHallmarkHP, Fisher-Price, Allstate, and Barbie.
Here is an example of a recent video campaign I produced:

I am also available for Twitter parties, brand ambassadorships, and other social media campaigns. Feel free to email me or fill out the form below for more information on how to get the ball rolling.
Here’s my disclosure policy.

Thank you!

jessica says:

Hello Jenn, I have been following your blog for a while (since your oldest was a baby). I just wanted to say first, you have a beautiful family, second, you are an inspiration to most moms and I am so happy to have found a blog with someone who seems genuinely relatable and down-to-earth. I don’t know what it feels like to be you, but I do know we have a lot in common. we both are ethnic women with mixed kids and are lds. So I am so happy to get my weekly doses of the Baby Making Machine. It is an amazing blog. Thank You.
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(from what I’ve read) Is that what youu are using on your blog?

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Faustino says:

It’s difficult to find experienced people about this topic, but you seem like
you know what you’re talking about! Thanks
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Pam Peery says:

Hi – Your website is really sweet. I’ve seen a lot it seems, and this one seems so real and down to earth.

I’m an older mom (52) – my son has severe autism (12) and my daughter is great (13).

I don’t have a lot of family (my sis is very rich and I’m not and so she kind-of shuns me) and both of my parents are dead. I just got divorced from a compulsive liar and I’m struggling with this full time job I can’t concentrate on because my brain is fried from worry.

Anyway – I don’t have pictures up in my house. It’s sad but it’s almost like I have nothing to share. My heart just feels sad and dead.

Oh, – I spent 13 years writing and investing in a book that I can’t seem to market. POP 50 Real Tips from Real Moms on Childbirth by pamela peery. It’s on amazon. But since I don’t blog or really feel comfortable in social media, I can’t get a footing in the marketplace.

I was considering putting an ad in craigslist for someone to collaborate with because the book could really make money since there’s no other childbirth book like it (and I could be a mom not a full time legal editor and ignore my kids and get rashes over stress). Someone to just market it and take half the proceeds. If you know anyone or are interested yourself email or call me 781-626-2172. I’d love to mail you a book.

Anyway – you’ve inspired me to take more pictures and put some up in my house. Thanks. Pam

Pam Peery says:

My son is great too by the way. He lives in a group home an hour away. If I didn’t work full time I could spend more time visiting him.

Anyway, any help or encouragement would be great.

Nora Dodge says:

You have a beautiful family, and even a more beautiful heart.

Alisa says:

Jennifer – I love your take on life, on politics and generally on being a whole person. I need your help, this falls into “using your talents to do good”.
My son Louie died in August at age 11 from a brain tumor. He was so perfect, I’m devastated. Struggling with the loss and often wondering if I’m still a mom. Louie was obsessed with Legos and I’m trying to gather votes for a Lego project based on a book we loved, Where the Wild Things Are. I need 10,000 votes before Lego will consider making it. Here is the link to the project – I’ve written a bit about Louie at
His friends have raised over $50k in his name toward pediatric cancer research and donated over 13k in Legos to the hospital. Years before Louie was sick, he donated his birthday gifts to the hospital. He was generous and thoughtful – an irreplaceable spirit. Thanks for the consideration, Alisa

Hi Jennifer Borget,

This is Sophia and I work with KIPL. We are in the early stages of developing a campaign for our client. I have gone through your blogs & you have made some really great points. I’ve presented your blog to our team and we are all excited about the possibility of collaborating with you.

We are rolling out new campaigns and would love for you to partner with us by presenting it to your online community. Social engagement, especially Facebook,Pinterest & Blogs will be an important components for this campaign.

Please let me know if you are interested in participating and what your requirements are and I will send you the details right away. If you have an idea that spins off this, let me know! We value your input and would be happy to modify our idea if you think of something that would be more appealing to your readers.

We are hoping you will collaborate with us and look forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,
Sophia Fernandes

J.D.Wright says:

Hello Jennifer,

Dana Clark, LLC is a small business in Prince George’s County Maryland whose children’s products are being enjoyed by families all over the world.

Our focus is on increasing interest in STEM, empowering children with activities of self-confidence, and supplying children with journaling tools that depict positive self-images.

Please tell us how we can send you our product for review.

Thank you.

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I'm a part-time journalist, full-time wife and mother striving to make the world a better place and inspiring others to do the same. This is the space where I share my journey in making the most of every day.

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