You made your way to my Etsy shop, and now you’re here! You’re at the heart of where everything happens… and we’re going to have fun together.
I hope to get to know you better, but for now, here’s a super quick intro from me to you.
My name is Jenn, and I’m a mama of two tweenagers. We live in Honolulu, Hawaii, we homeschool, and we love Jesus.
We are local business owners (husband owns a local restaurant and I run all of our websites & manage my own online business). This means we are also crazy about teaching our kids how to handle their money well!
I’m a former public school teacher, private school director, and current homeschool mama. I’ve worked in education for 18 years and love to help families understand how children learn best through developmental psychology and spiritual formation.
Soooooo…. I make educational printables (like the ones you bought on Etsy). I also write blogs, create courses, and books (my first Christmas devotional came out in 2021 and more are on the way). To pay the bills I build websites and create social media plans for writers and speakers.
But most of my passion for helping others comes from the struggles we’ve experienced. From losing jobs to navigating new lifestyles. Losing identity and finding it again in God’s plan for my life. Learning to accept myself and shake off the unnecessary expectations of others. Deep down, I’m an old soul who just wants to sit and laugh on the couch with my friends and watch The Golden Girls.
If you’ve read this far, you’re an angel, and we probably have a lot in common already 🙂 I would love to get to know you! Please send me an email and introduce yourself (jenn at practicalfamily dot org). I answer every email personally… sometimes with a video!
Now you get to choose how you want to hear from me. Just fill out the box below and check off which areas of Practical Family you’re interested in. I promise not to spam you because ain’t nobody got time for that. Right, sister friend?
Thanks for being here. Truly. I appreciate your time because Mamas raising littles don’t have much of it, do we?