When it comes to writing, Jeanne has dabbled in everything from neuroscience research papers to poetry to spiritual self-help blog articles. She likes to think of herself as a versatile and well-rounded writer, always seeking to infuse art into science, and logic into heart.
Writing has always been her outlet for ideas and musings. She's in the beginning stages of launching her first blog, which illustrates the everyday life of a country girl who somehow finds herself living in the Big Apple, and learning to love it.
Jeanne spent many of her days at age 13 typing away at her amateur novels. In high school and college, she often volunteered to edit her friends' essays, excited to have the opportunity to turn "good" into "perfect". She quickly learned that time spent on an essay was proportional to its quality (and grade), but in the professional world she mastered the skill of a quick turnaround.
Jeanne is currently an editor and web producer who manages, among many other responsibilities, a growing team of writers who contribute weekly content to a religious/educational blog (dplife.info). She is also the go-to content creator at her current workplace, and played a key role in developing and teaching the style guide there. Unlike many other tasks, writing is one that Jeanne is always open for and happy to do in her spare time.
Though she feels confident to research and write in any field, she is most well-versed and practiced in psychology, neuroscience (and science in general), religion and literature. To Jeanne, a good read is one that is 1) intellectual, 2) funny and 3) fresh. Jeanne strives to master this in her own writing as well.