chronic illness, autism, fibromyalgia, mental health, writing, literature, pets, writing, blogging, self image, personal development, research
writing, reading, music, photography, camping, cooking, pets
Jennifer received her Associate of Art degree with a focus in social work. She has always been drawn to helping, educating and enriching others.
Jennifer has written two humorous articles for an online magazine. Although they were meant as a tongue in cheek type of writing, they were seriously researched. I will continue to write for that publication.
Jennifer has published articles on scavenger hunts and conspiracy theories. She enjoys finding humor in what she writes and entertaining her audience. Although her articles do have a purpose, she also enjoys providing a different viewpoint of the sillier side of life.
Jennifer wrote an article on living without insurance. This was a pro bono piece but is still an example of her writing style.
Jennifer writes in her own blog about her experiences in life. She enjoys sharing information about her life with a chronic illness and her life raising an autistic child. Her desire is to reach out to people who may benefit from the experiences she shares.
Jennifer released her first childrens book in 2014. It was released again in 2017 as a print on demand. She has always been an advocate for reading and enjoys sharing the gift of literature and storytelling with children. As an early reader, she understands the benefits of having good stories at a young age.
Jennifer has written several articles for online magazines. They range from the humorous to the serious topics. She has had to research these topics and provide the correct credit to each reference she used. She has also self published a childrens book and is working on the next one.