When the first modern newspaper was invented, people bought personal ads to discreetly connect and communicate with one another in hopes of finding love or sex.But, when the Internet was conceived, it connected us all, thus personal ads went digital and the Internet dating service was born. The New York Times best-selling author and star of HGTV’s “My Big Family Renovation,” invites you to drop by and catch up with her friends as they laugh and share about all the things we love. Get ready to crack up as we kick off "For the Love of Laughter”!Our guests this week are comedian and SNL alum Kevin Nealon and his wife, Parks & Rec actress Susan Yeagley.
This series if full of practical tools and tips that will help you on your journey to living more authentically in 2018!Remember how Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks found love via AOL in You’ve Got Mail?From AOL chat rooms, to Myspace bulletins and Craigslist ads–the list goes on and on for ways in which people have used the Internet as a tool to find love, sex and friendship.Though it wasn’t started as an online dating service, it has largely impacted how we connect and date using the Internet. Jen’s love for comedy inspired this series, and with all we have going in our world today, it seemed like the perfect time for a good guffaw.