My name is Jennifer, but I prefer to go by Jenn. I am a 20-something year old mother of two and wife of one. I have been with my husband, Chris since 2010 and married since 2012.
Together we have a son, whom I refer to as Pickle and a daughter, whom I refer to as Poppy. We have one crazy spastic dog named Kona that loves vacuums and water hoses. He is a beagle husky mix. We have two cats that are siblings. Our male cat, is all black, named Synyster (Syny for short) and our female cat, is grey with black stripes, named Graysie.
I have been journal writing since I was in middle school. I use it as a way to express myself and the random thoughts that I have. I come from a dysfunctional family, but who doesn’t? A lot of the things I use to write were about the dysfunction going on and my perception on my life growing up.
How did my blog get it‘s name?
As a parent, wife, and student it often was challenging to find time for myself. Sometimes my thoughts get the better of me and start to make me feel a little insane. Thus, my blog was born, to try and reclaim my sanity one blog post at a time.
In my blog, I write about a multitude of things from thoughts, society, parenting, anxiety, depression, daily life, experiences, and anything else that trips my trigger. I think of it as sort of a vlog, but without all the noise.
I am a very straight forward person who loves paying attention to minor details. I consider myself to be quirky, generous, creative, honest, and empathic. Some may call me a feminist, though I am not out protesting my beliefs onto people. I believe we are all unique, yet we are all human and deserve respect.
I also believe that everyone is entitled to believe what they want to, but that doesn’t mean their ideas are the right ones. If people would stop protesting their beliefs onto others and just let people do their own thing (so long as no one is getting hurt) then the world would be much better off.
Feel free to express yourself on the topics that I post. I am always open to discussions that are civil. I hope you continue to stick around.