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Jennifer Seeker Conroy

Jennifer Seeker Conroy
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Jennifer Seeker Conroy worked for ten years as a reporter, anchor, and producer at television stations in Missouri, Iowa, and Oregon. In 2009, she moved back to her home state of Wisconsin and went on to earn an MBA from UW-Madison. Jenny now works in product management at CUNA Mutual Group and lives in Madison with her husband Tim, three sons, a daughter, two cats, and a dog. She's an avid runner, reader, and writer, and is passionate about supporting causes that benefit women and girls.

You’re Stronger Than You Think

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You're going to get through this. I know you might not believe it. Especially when you hear this might last weeks or months. But you will get through this. Think of times before when you were...

5 Ideas for the Reluctant Home-Schooling Parent

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I expected to be on a beach in the Dominican Republic at this time for Spring Break. Instead, I am trapped inside, attempting to work from home and keep my four children entertained, if...

Are Meal Kits Right for You? The Pros and Cons

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Weeknights are not for the weak of heart. Amid the chaos of homework, piano lessons, and sports practices, somehow you're supposed to prepare a healthy family meal. Not to mention spend quality time with...

New Year’s Resolutions You’ll Want to Keep

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As you usher in 2020, why not resolve to forgo the usual restrictive resolutions in exchange for something uplifting? Toss aside the promises to lose weight, get organized, and stick to a strict budget,...

5 Tips for Raising Financially Savvy Kids

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My daughter recently returned home from a trip to Target with her dad carrying two nearly identical stuffed foxes she had purchased. I rolled my eyes and said, "You really needed both of those?" "Yep!" she...

The Art of Frustration: Modeling Perseverance for Your Kids

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There’s nothing so humbling as learning something as an adult that most people learn as children. There’s also nothing as empowering. I have come to realize that two of the hallmarks to success and...

How the Death of a Pet Can be a Gift

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Late last year we put our elderly cat Abby to sleep. To be honest, I probably took it the hardest, as she had been in my life longer than any of my children and...

Middle School Malaise: A Poem

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Middle school days are a curious thing A stark difference from the first bell ring Far from the heady grade school days Middle school begins with a hint of malaise Gone are bright backpacks and birthday treats Replaced with...

Mom Days are the Best Days

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For all the smugness of a household with married parents, we can really learn something from our divorced counterparts. I had this revelation recently when considering the challenges faced by divorced parents. How hard...

Lessons from a Life-Changing Year: My Son’s Journey with Epilepsy

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Sometimes life slaps you upside the head and reminds you what is really important. That happened one year ago in our family. It was a Thursday in October. I had a full day of...

Bad News: You’re a Grown-Up Now

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There are times in your life when you come to the stark realization that you are a grown-up now. It's highly unfortunate. This happened during a recent road trip to see family. We packed...

Get Out of Here! I’m Trying to Meditate!

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"How do you get up early to meditate when you have four kids?" an acquaintance asked recently. "I get up early to meditate because I have four kids," I responded. Most mornings my alarm goes off at 5:00...