Hello there! My name is Jennifer, but you can call me Jenn! I am a 30-something year old mother of three and wife of one. I was born and raised in Nebraska, where we still currently live. I come from a dysfunctional childhood, but who doesn’t? I think I turned out alright 😉.
I met my husband, Chris, in 2010 when we both worked at Wal-Mart and we married in 2012.
[Click here to see How We Met]
Chris drives a roll off trash truck and I am full time stay at home mom to our 3 wonderful children; Wylan born in 2013, Isla born in 2017, and Harrison born in 2019.
[Click here to read all about Our Journey To Parenthood]
How did my blog get it‘s name?
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 my thoughts, society, parenting, mental health, 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 tends to spend too much time paying attention to minor details. I consider myself to be quirky, generous, creative, honest, and empathetic. I love painting, drawing, singing, music, fashion, interior design, coloring my hair unnatural colors, and trying new foods constantly.
I am not afraid to be vulnerable. With that said, I think it is important to say that I have been diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder, OCD, PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, and fibromyalgia.
I believe in equality for all. I believe we are all unique and we all deserve respect.
I also believe that everyone is entitled to believe what they want to, but that doesn’t mean their ideas are the ONLY 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.