Hello! Welcome to my blog! I’m Jennifer Borget and Cherish 365 is where I’m working to inspire you to embrace what makes you unique, celebrate diversity, and cherish every day. This blog launched in 2008 as a personal blog where I documented everything from getting pregnant to quitting my job and then some. These days I love sharing family movie reviews to help your family decide if a movie is appropriate or worth watching together, and ideas to help bring your family closer together. Whether that’s through watching movies, travel, books, or goal setting.
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Family Movie Night Journal
After a year of dreaming and preparing, in 2021 my daughter Jayda and I launched the Movie Night Journal to help your family come together and start a regular movie night tradition in your homes. In my spare time I also enjoy freelancing for Common Sense Media and sharing movie reviews with more parents and caregivers.
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I’ve blogged parts of my journey for Conceive Magazine, Parenting.com, Bravado Design’s Breastfeeding Diaries, Mom.me, The Stir and Babble. I contribute to Baby Center’s blog. Occasionally I write about raising biracial children on My Brown Baby and issues surrounding interracial marriage on The Huffington Post.
In 2018 Cherish 365 won an Iris Award for Best Photography. And most recently Cherish 365 was awarded the esteemed Iris Award for Mom Blog of the Year in 2018 then in 2020 I won the People’s Choice Award for “Best Blog” from the Family.Is social media awards.
In 2010 I was voted Best Fertility blog on The Bump and ranked #4 in Babbles “Top 10 Pregnancy Bloggers of 2010” and a Top 10 Baby Photo Blogger in 2013. Healthline also named Baby Making Machine a Top Pregnancy Blog in 2014 and 2015. I was named a Top 50 Mom Blogger by Mom.Me and The Root’s 10 Mom Bloggers You Should Know. I’ve been named BlogHer Voice of the Year in 2014 and again in 2016.
In 2011 this 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.”
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