Hey, I'm Jessie

I'm a former content marketer who fell in love with the content part and decided to drop the marketing. (You can get the whole story on my about page.)

For years, I've been keeping a blog about the lessons I've learned.

But these days, the juicier stuff is in my newsletter The Jumble, where I write about creativity, lifestyle design, and how to navigate chaos with grace (or at least a few laughs).


I promise quality, not quantity

(Consistency is out the window when there's a baby on my lap. But I can guarantee that what I do send has been reviewed with significant anxiety at least twice.)

So far baby is intolerant of chicken, fish, and oatmeal—and has signs of a real allergy to peas and almonds.

So happy to finally know what’s been making him miserable but also now TERRIFIED of potentially serious allergies as he grows. Apparently peas are similar to peanuts 😭

In 2014, I took an awkward road trip with a stranger, only to sleep on the floor of a hotel room crammed with six other people, while essentially living on granola bars—all to attend a swing dancing convention.

I learned one of the most important lessons of my life that weekend:

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