I commit to releasing anything and everything that is standing in the way of me living my purpose and being in Essence all the time.
Jen’s Essence is Joy and in the unfolding of her commitment, she began a new movement called Everyday Joy that has become an international sensation. Her personable approach to life touches the hearts of people from all walks of life and has created waves of joy and love across the planet, with now more than 75,000 listeners tuning in to her show.
In January, 2013, she experienced a great tragedy when her daughter, Kelsey, son-in-law, Garrett, and soon-to-be-born grandson, Sage, were killed in an auto accident. This experience altered the course of her life, the work she does, and showed her just how willing she was to truly live her purpose, not just talk it. Through the days, weeks, and months that have followed that event, Jen has chosen, time and again, to fully be in her Essence, thereby inspiring others to do the same. She has come to understand what it means to be in Joy and Essence all the time – no matter what.
In her spare time, Jen loves to read. She is an avid learner. She is always studying, reading, listening and watching anything and everything that brings further understanding of human nature, self-empowerment, and spirituality. Her genuine curiosity and willingness often lands her in situations where her “dorkiness” ultimately shines through and her extraordinary comedic timing brings laughter to all around. Most often, this vulnerability leads to depths of learning that come easefully through the laughter.
She’s an intentional cook who also loves to play all kinds of games – board games, video games, and card games. She loves to explore the beautiful landscape of her Sanctuary and play with all the pets that live on the land with her. She is a Gypsy at heart, loving to explore new places, meet new people, and follow the impulses that lead her on great adventures.
To learn more about the story of Kelsey, Garrett, and Sage, visit their website: HisSoulAndMine.blogspot.com
To listen to the archives of her radio show, visit her blogtalkradio.com profile page: Everyday Joy