I’m Jen, and I’m so glad you’re here!
Let’s cut to the chase. Online stalking is old school. I’d rather make it easy for ya, so here are all the deets you’d ever want to know about me to decide if you wanna keep hanging out.
- Those who know me best would describe me as slightly random, sometimes maudlin, easily amused, curious and driven.
- I’m a highly sensitive person, empath, and intuitive. Today, I embrace who I am instead of living for others.
- In the summer of 2012, while working for AT&T, living in a tiny-ass town, and in the middle of an existential crisis, I received the divine download, “You are going to take over Tony Robbins job”.
- I’m recovering from codependent behaviors, and I live with clinical depression. Both help me lean into grace and compassion for not only myself, but others.
- I’m a #BossBabe, aka the boss of my life and my biz (SOULpreneur baby!).
- Whether it’s at work or in your relationships, I go gaga for growth, healing, and transformation.
- My spiritual path informs all the decisions I make in my personal and professional life.
- I’ve pioneered Mindfulness-Based Intuitive Energetic Coaching.
- I’m the co-founder of The BeMindfull Movement, an online resource for personal and professional development.
- I’m the founder of “Project Me: the step-by-step assertiveness program for girl-bosses”. Start with Self, Build Boundaries, and Cultivate Conscious Communication.
- I’m a complex gal. I’m either all in or I’m indifferent. I’ve been off caffeine for four years.
- I typically teach, talk, speak, and write on relationships, communication, self-care, spirituality, mindfulness, emotional well-being, and empowerment.
- I believe in paying it forward and giving back, which is why I volunteer my time, energy and resources as often as I can.
In the fall of 2000 during my first semester of college, I had my first sexual experience which unfortunately was date rape. My happy-go-lucky life was gone. In its place, I found myself on a road toward self-destruction. My worldview changed, not to mention how I viewed myself. Battling depression, I abandoned my faith, and hid my wants and needs, dreams, and authentic self from others.
I coped with this torment in many ways, none of which worked:
- Numbing and avoiding the pain with alcohol, food, and sleep, I dropped out of school.
- Attempting to keep up with the Joneses, I immersed myself in soul-sucking jobs.
- Becoming a people pleaser, I developed codependent behaviors
During this time, I confused sex for love and repeatedly accepted abusive relationships. At one point, I found myself living in a fog, had no concept of boundaries or self-care, and completely lost my sense of self. Then in 2011, through the miracle of divine intervention, I saw a new path. I had the first of many peak experiences which gently nudged me out of my cowardly, fearful, victim-hood slumber.
Over the next few years, life provided many teachers with lessons, twists, turns, and opportunities for healing and enlightenment. I’m grateful for them all.
Today I am living the best life possible-on my terms! Now, I speak my truth without fear (occasionally brandishing some colorful language) along with my signature goofy humor. I listen to my intuition so I can live my purpose and achieve fulfillment. I’ve never been more comfortable in my skin (self-care and my sacred practice are essential). I’m surrounded by respectful, supportive and like-minded peeps, and most importantly, I have a healthy relationship with myself! If I can make that happen, imagine what is possible for you!
Formal Bio (don’t I sound profesh?):
Jen Moff is an author, philanthropist, and international spiritual teacher and entertainer working with women to change the paradigm of balance, success, and the self, in life, love, and work. A cosmic energy to those around her, she helps people see the road that they are on, see why they are lost, and get them where they want to go. Her years studying mindfulness meditation and transpersonal psychology led her to use the practices as the foundation for all her work. Trained in improvisation, Jen is a former actor who commands audiences—speaking around the country throughout the year. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication and Public Relations, is a Certified Relationship Specialist by the American Psychotherapy Association, a member of the Women’s Speakers Association, and serves on the Board of Directors for Gainesville Area Women’s Network. A cozy minimalist, Jen paints, loves breakfast buffets, and has an unhealthy obsession with her Tempur-Pedic bed.