Growing up in small town Wisconsin, Jocelyn always knew she was bound for big city life. When she found herself in Chicago in August of 1997, she knew she had never been more right.

Born to live amongst inspired architecture, feast on world-class cuisine, and soak up the sights, sounds and secret gems around every corner; she became a 9-5 working girl and never quite fell into the rhythm of corporate life.

Instead, she fell in with the musicians and the improvisers; she found herself perenially attracted to the artists and the writers; the photographers and the self-made social media entrepreneurs. She knew that there was always going to be something more than working for a living. She wanted to live in her work. She wanted to find the thing that made her heart sing and made others’ hearts laugh right along with her.

If you’re here, you are joining her on that journey. One of exploration and inspiration. One of divine consolation and desolation. One that is never finished and always starting. Welcome. You’re right where you’re supposed to be.


2 thoughts on “About

  1. Jocelyn,

    This beginning sounds like a movie trailer or the back of a book.

    We need to find an agent to look at your blog and sign you over a book deal. Do you have a book in the works about your blog or your life?

    Forget about vlogging and just write. You have a talent for it. It is only a matter of time before you will be successful at this–I mean paid for it.

  2. You are unique and have a unique way of writing. It is refreshing and it needs to be published somewhere in a book. This should be the year you get serious about writing and publishing your book. Make a writing timeline for yourself. And then research agents. Mollie Glick at Foundry in NYC looks at memoir.

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