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My Blogging Truth


I have thought about writing this post for the past few months and was planning to wait until the blog’s one-year anniversary in April (how fast a year goes by!), but I wanted to give you, my readers, a true glimpse into my intentions and goals for jentertaining as this little piece of the blog world continues to grow.

Continue to entertain in reality
I started jentertaining as a place to help make entertaining easier and accessible for all of my friends regardless of their various planning comfort levels.
To continue presenting ideas and work that is true–not just staged for the camera. If it takes me an hour to set up a space, I want you to feel confident that it’s realistic and not just a pipe dream.

Take beautiful pictures
While I want to present work that is true, I also want it to look pretty. I am very picky when it comes to my style and with my new camera in-hand (thanks babe), I am determined to show you work of which I am truly proud. Picking up a camera is a whole new world for me. It is scary and totally intimidating, but I am so excited.

Hear from you
I would love to hear what series you love and just can’t live without, as well as hear what you would like to see in the future. I have so many ideas and can’t wait to work them into new content for the blog, but I need your help. So, let me know what you would like to see!

When I started this blog, I had no idea how happy it would make me. I have met some amazing people, collaborated with some fellow bloggers I had admired from afar (it is amazing what opportunities can come your way simply by reaching out), and worked with fantastic brands that have embraced my entertaining philosophy.

So much more to come and thank you all for helping me take my little idea and turn it into my new reality.


  1. says

    Loved it (as always)! Would like to suggest the following as “interesting and fun” ways to entertain: Progressive dinners (either in the same building or around the city at different apts); theme dinners or ones designed around an event(Oscars; election, etc); Botticelli nights (each guest comes as a famous person — not necessarily a costume, just info — and during the evening, through conversation and questions, guests discover who the other “guests” are. ie. “Guess who’s coming to dinner??”

    Anyway, just some thoughts…Love you, L.,

  2. Jennifer says

    My husband gave me a Canon SLR (Rebel) for my birthday last year and I was in awe, excited and totally intimidated so I took a class this fall at PhotoManhattan on 14th Street. The class was terrific and very affordable. Happy New Year and enjoy oxox


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