Continuity mistake: Towards the end of the film, Mattie hands Jenna the dream house he made for her 13th birthday. There is hardly any "wishing dust" on the roof. However, when she goes outside and sits on her front porch, there is plenty of wishing dust all over the roof of the toy house now.
Continuity mistake: In her apartment Jenna walks out into the hallway, looks at herself in the mirror and stumbles backwards over the shelf behind her. There is a short stack of magazines on that shelf, yet when Jenna looks at herself in the mirror the stack of magazines is at least three times as high in the reflection.
Continuity mistake: When the six girls arrive for the party, in the first shot Tom-Tom tosses her blue jacket, then the second girl lays her red jacket and the third girl starts to put her pink jacket into Jenna's arms. Yet, at the start of the next shot facing Jenna, she holds only the blue jacket, since the red jacket is gone, the pink jacket is placed in Jenna's arms on top of the blue jacket and then the red jacket is thrown into her arms from off camera, before the rest of the girls dump their jackets into her arms. Then in Jenna's close-up, the jackets are positioned very differently in her arms.
Continuity mistake: When Jenna enters her office she throws her silver bag on a chair, and as she walks over to the photos you can see the bag is laying on it's side. When the woman knocks on the door you can see the silver bag again, but now it's standing upright, as you can tell by the straps/handles.
Continuity mistake: When Jenna first walks around after turning 30, the camera pans around the apartment and we get a good view of the small glass table in the lounge, and there is a remote control next to a magazine. When Jenna goes and sits on the yellow chair though, the remote is now on the magazine. Later when Jenna is throwing her letters, the remote has moved to its original place.
Continuity mistake: When Jenna first sees herself in the mirror as 30 she falls over the side and then looks over it into the mirror. In a shot facing her, only her left arm is on the side. Then in the next behind shot now both her arms are on the side. When it cuts back to the previous angle only her left arm is on the side again.