Jessica Shevitz Rauch (aka Jessburbia) writes about pop culture, parenting and feminism.

This is her “look at me and how much of a fun, inspiring, doing shit kinda person I can be” bio:

In her former life she jumped out of a plane, ran a marathon, went to business school, and recruited application security developers and security penetration testers. In that order.

Her work has been published by The Mid (now Cafe Mid) and via the This is Happening e-newsletter. She also writes about books at Jessbrarian. You can find her dancing in her kitchen with her kids, but they don’t like it when she sings.

This is more of the reality. Not quite as exciting but truth is truth and that makes it important. 

Jessica Shevitz Rauch is writing this from her bed in her pajamas 30 minutes before Trump is to become the country’s 45th president. So she’s not pleased right now.

She works part-time at a community non-profit organization that serves parents & families with children ages newborn to 8 years old. She volunteers for her children’s Home School Association (HSA, aka PTA) as the VP of Communications. She is also a Girl Scouts Troop Leader.  She likes to get powder gel manicures (they just don’t chip!) when she can fit it in between the part time work, the volunteer work, and the addiction to I Love Kickboxing classes luckily held at a venue that is next to the local Stop N Shop and a mere 5-6 minutes drive from her home.  She also skis and plays tennis. She’s an athlete at heart and juggling all the other stuff (including writing!) for her, is fun sport!

The more time she can get on the slopes, on a court, and posting on her blogs, the more she feels like herself.




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