Quarter Life Crisis (n): A period of life ranging from twenties to thirties, in which a person begins to feel doubtful about their own lives, brought on by the stress of becoming an adult.

Hi, I’m Jenna.

I’m really good at storytelling (depending on which friends you ask) and taking naps. I guess these things just come natural to me.

Fast forward through the early awkward year of growing up; I wound up in the center of the mitten state for undergrad where I left with a degree in Communication, along with a small mountain of debt.

After my college career, I had a few situations and moments that led me to reinvent myself. I got my ‘dream job’ that actually was a nightmare, got laid off, found a job that I liked but bored me, and now I’m in the midst of another adventure.

Along the way I developed a passion for creative writing and helping others improve their physical and mental health. I wanted to share my stories and views not only for others to hear, but to reassure myself of what I knew deep down – that everything will always be okay.

And that brings us to right now. I’m not an experienced writer, and I’m not a certified health coach. I’m just a girl who hates waking up early and decided to take action with my life so that one day, I may not have to.


6 thoughts on “About

  1. Jenna,

    You are on the right track in life if you are questioning what you were taught in college. A couple of years after I started my first real job after college, which I’m still with the same employer after 35 years, I started to question the very same things as you are now questioning. I still love what I do but life has taken me in directions I never imagined, or wanted, when I was your age. Now that I have more wisdom than when I thought I knew everything, I am approaching life differently. Choose wisely at your quarter life so that the rest will make you happy. Welcome to the blog-o-sphere community.


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  2. I had my “mid-life crises” on my 25th birthday. Cried all day. “I’m a quarter of a century old already and what have I done with my live?” That gave me quite a bit of time to travel more than a few other paths – and 30, 40, and 50 were no trouble at all! Hope to be able to say that about all of the “big birthdays” to come.
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
    – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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