Hi I’m Jennifer Borget! A journalist and blogger documenting my life while inspiring my children to make a difference and encouraging others to cherish every day.
Capturing the moment is my passion, so you’ll be hard pressed to catch me without a camera in my possession. After working as a full-time journalist for over a decade, sharing stories from my community, I began sharing stories from my own life here on my blog. It’s turned from a hobby, to a passion to a career. Now I get to homeschool my children and cherish more of these fleeting moments while working along side them.
What started as a pre-pregnancy blog evolved into a baby blog, a millennial mommy blog, and now sits somewhere in the realm of a lifestyle family blog. I share stories and lessons we learn from our daily lives, photography and videography tips, and our family travel adventures. I also share our experiences as a multiracial family, and weigh in on important topics of inclusion and acceptance.
Cherish Every Day
I’ve created fun prompts and tutorials so that others can join in on building a legacy to leave behind for their future family. I’ll continue to develop these concepts with the hope others find the inspiration to cherish their daily lives and try to document through photographs, words, and other mediums. This time goes fast, lets preserve it!
Whether you want to share it online as well, set aside a personal hard copy, or both, you’ll be glad you took the time to make this journal.
As Seen On
I’ve since blogged parts of my journey for Conceive Magazine’s conception diaries, Parenting.com’s Project Pregnancy, Bravado Design’s Breastfeeding Diaries, and currently I share motherhood tips on Baby Center’s blog, Mom.me and TheStir, and write about raising biracial children on My Brown Baby and issues surrounding interracial marriage on The Huffington Post. The whole time I’ve documented the entire journey here on my personal blog.
In 2011 my blog was featured on the Today Show. The Huffington Post and Mashable have also featured my parenting woes, and I’ve been a featured guest on Huffinton Post Live’s “Family Matters.”
For more information about hiring me for campaigns, freelance writing, advertising information, questions, or anything of that sort please visit: My contact page.