A mom, an advocate, and a writer.
My name is Jennifer Senne, an advocate for anything and everything beautiful, including rescued animals, like my prince Kula and my dog Rondo. I love fashion, art, music, reading, and writing.I am a personal growth, parent, and family coach. I help adults, children, parents, and families find ways to grow as individuals and families.
As a motivational speaker, I speak about different things in schools and organizations. I am a believer of leading oneself first before you can lead others; therefore one must add value to oneself, by reading, working with mentors and working on personal growth. I believe that leadership starts at home and that parental support is vital to children’s success.
As a person who suffers from rare chronic illnesses such as Dystonia and Hemiplegic Migraines, I openly speak about them, hoping to spread awareness. I was diagnosed with Hemiplegic Migraine in 2011 and later diagnosed with Dystonia a couple of years later after more debilitating symptoms started showing up. We all fight our battles differently. Some lose hope, and I desire to somehow be a light to those who are struggling like me by sharing my story. I often battle with my brain wanting to do so much like I used to, but my body would not allow me to. Instead of this defeating me, I do what I can, when I can and cherish the good moments I have no matter how short-lived they may be.
I wrote my first book, “Believe,” a faith-based Christmas book. It was published in 2017 under a Christian Publisher. In 2019 I decided to republish the book myself and gave it a new look. Getting the hang of self-publishing, I published my second book.
I grew up not believing in myself. Self-limiting thoughts and beliefs hindered me from accomplishing many things in life both during my childhood and as an adult; this inspired me to write, “Good Morning, Mirror! in 2019” I desire to reach children through my book and show them the power of positive self-talk.
When time permits, I write blogs on different topics, a story about struggles, success, fashion, pets, faith among other things that inspires me at he moment. You can find some of these stories on my blog page.
Believe – A boy, a dream, an angel, and an old man who doesn’t believe in Christmas = a recipe for God to work.
Good Morning, Mirror! – A story about the importance of positive self-talk.
"You have to know who you are to grow to your potential. But you have to grow in order to know who you are." John C. Maxwell