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Kelly Kamenetzky



Parenting, Pregnancy, Health & Wellness


University of Central Florida


As a parent, our kids present us with seemingly countless phases, from the fun to the challenging. Enjoy the happy times for their duration and, when faced with a difficult chapter, know this too shall pass.

— Kelly Kamenetzky


Kelly Kamenetzky is a freelance writer and editor with more than a decade of experience covering the parenting and family space. Formerly the entertainment editor of Teen Magazine, Kamenetzky traded in her press placement on the red carpet for the chance to report on lifestyle and wellness topics. A mother of three, she appreciates the opportunity to connect with experts in the parenting field in an effort to deliver helpful and impactful recommendations on pressing family issues.


Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Central Florida

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