I’m a thirty-something who subscribes wholeheartedly to the philosophy that “twenty years from now, you’ll be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than the ones you did do.”  Naturally this has led me to make plenty of mistakes over the years, but at least I have some excellent stories to tell. This is my personal blog, where I share these stories, other writing of mine, artwork, organize my thoughts on various topics, and generally post about everything that doesn’t quite fit into my other work.

I work in tech as a digital strategy consultant, and I’m also a fashion blogger, writer, artist, and general creative type.

100 things about me

Explanation of the name of my blog

Follow me on twitter: Jazspin

I also contribute to a variety of other sites and traditional print media.  If you would like a more complete list of where my work appears/who I’ve written for and general professional credentials, email me or check out my profile on LinkedIn.  In short form, I’ve worked with everyone from major social media players and globally known brands to startups that have the passion to make a positive impact on the world.

Comment policy: As this is my personal blog, I reserve the right to remove any comments I deem inappropriate, hateful, abusive, or spam, and permanently ban any commenters who can’t follow these rules.  Check out the Living Room Comment Policy here if you have any questions.

Buy the ticket, take the ride.


4 Responses to “About”

  1. Shanon Williams said

    It is great jacqui–Keep moving forward you have alot of talent and courage. My hat’s off to you “follow your bliss” and you will never know regret.


  2. Are you at BlogHer dot org? If not you should consider. It’s a great place for women bloggers. I like your site, I’m going to bookmark your blogging coach page. Take care.

  3. Uday said

    Nice to be at your blog

    Need online sources to write for money..

  4. Tina said

    Hey, this is a wonderful blog! I enjoy the title, “Chasing the Southern Cross”. Ever since I looked up at the sky and really paid attention to how different it is in the Southern hemisphere (as in, not having a big dipper or a north star), I’ve been rather obsessed with the southern cross. Perfect 🙂

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