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HEY THERE, new friend.

I'm Jess. I'm proud to be an introvert & Highly Sensitive Person... but I wasn't always this way.

My journey to living my introverted truth started with a wild imagination and a pair of Chanel boots.
(Yup, you read that right.)

When I saw The Devil Wears Prada as a teenager, I saw my future… A hard-working young woman excelling in the communications industry and hustling her way to the top in Chanel boots — sign me up!

Growing up, it was easy to romanticize the glamorous lives and careers of fictional characters I read about or saw on TV. (Honestly, who didn’t?) By my freshman year of college, I was ready to live out my very own Andy Sachs storyline in the advertising industry. I entered the workforce bright-eyed and inspired to tell stories for brands and audiences, but soon realized I was a highly sensitive introvert drowning in a highly extroverted industry.

With no guidance or mentorship,
I did what I assumed was the only solution:
act like an extrovert. 

Enter: the chronic burnout.
I lived in a constant state of stress, ignoring my personal well-being and pushing myself to “keep up” with the rest —only to receive feedback like I wasn't working hard enough, staying late enough, or being outgoing enough. Before I knew it, I was in my mid-twenties and disconnected from my body & myself, with nothing left to give. 

Despite the burnout (or possibly because of it), I felt the desire to start my own business. I thought that by drastically changing my environment, I’d change my outcomes. But once again, I pushed my personality past its clear boundaries and behaved like an extrovert with clients. The burnout came again, and I officially hit rock bottom.

Honoring my introversion has changed my entire life.
Now, I get to help you do the same –
no Chanel boots required.

It was only then that I finally realized that my environment was only part of the problem.

I was fanning the flames of my burnouts by ignoring
my introversion, by neglecting the quietly confident bookworm I am at my core.

With this newfound clarity, I pressed pause on my business and dove into learning everything I could about introversion. I dismantled my first business and rebuilt it to work for my introverted personality, not against it. Now, I’m less stressed, happier, and, for the first time in my adult life, not barreling towards an episode of burnout.

Never without

A book or my Kindle

favorite TRAVEL memory

Afternoon tea in London

probably listening to

Taylor Swift's Folklore

COFFEE order

Caramel oat milk latte


INFJ | Type 6 | Generator

A few things I beleive

Your daily experience is your life. You deserve to own it.

A few things I beleive

You are always worthy of rest and recharging - no questions asked.