Hello, I’m
Jessie Quinn

Writer, Artist, and Reiki Master

Jessie Quinn is a journalist, artist, and certified Reiki Master Teacher who explores the power of creativity and how artistic expression and well-being intersect.

She began her writing career as a beauty editor, which quickly led her to cover health and wellness after discovering how much of beauty comes from within. Today, she writes across the beauty, wellness, fashion, entertainment, DIY, and lifestyle categories, and her words are published in NYLON Magazine, Forbes, Brit + Co, StyleCaster, Byrdie, Bustle, The Sunday Edit, and more.

When she is not writing and holding space for her Reiki clients, Jessie rejuvenates her mind and cleanses her energy through art. Some of her creative rituals include pottery, crochet, weaving, papier-mâché, and jewelry-making. In addition to her own creativity, Jessie gives back to the writing community as a volunteer mentor at WriteGirl , a Los Angeles-based organization that empowers teen girls through creative writing.

Currently, she is working on completing her meditation teacher certification through Chopra. You can learn more about Jessie’s work and endeavors at .


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Personal Growth

How Trying New Things Together Can Strengthen Relationships

When you’re fresh into a relationship, everything can feel new and exciting. But, over time, as you share your lives together, you might find yourself in a more stagnant routine with your partner—after all, life is hectic and many of us are just trying to finish everything on our never-ending list of responsibilities. Trying new things together can be a fun way to spice up your relationship, strengthen your bond, and fall in love all over again.

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The Benefits of Meditating Together

In the hustle and bustle of today’s fast-paced world, finding time to slow down and connect with your loved ones can be a challenge, especially as you go through the motions of some of the day-to-day responsibilities you tend to either individually or together. But, much like meditating on your own can bring a sense of grounding peace within. “Taking the time to meditate together can help you feel more at one with your partner,” says Jessica Alderson, a relationship expert and co-founder of So Synced, a dating app that matches compatible personality types.

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Nutrition & Recipes

Healing Plants to Add to Your Garden

Whether it’s the time spent soaking up the sun’s vitamin D or the grounding sensation you get from digging your fingers into the earth, gardening is one of the most meditative and relaxing practices. And it can provide great healing, too. This is especially true when it comes to medicinal plants and herbs, which can provide a range of benefits, including supporting the immune system, decreasing stress and anxiety, and so much more.

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Mind-Body Health

How Learning a New Hobby Can Help You Find Your Flow State

Learning a new hobby is a fun way to try something new and potentially meet new, like-minded people. This is beneficial in and of itself, but the benefits of hobbies expand even further, into the realm of mind-body connection and flow state. “Flow state is an altered state of consciousness where we feel at our best and perform at our best across disciplines, whether that’s art, athletics, or business,” says Gabi Robledo, co-founder of Nomads With A Purpose and Creator of Flow State Warriors. “In addition to heightened performance and enhanced creativity, flow state could also be considered a merging of the mind, body, and spirit, which results in varying levels of fulfillment, transcendent experiences, and interconnectedness,” she adds.

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Mind-Body Health

The Healing Benefits of Salt Water

It’s hard to imagine our world without salt. In fact, it would be impossible since salt — or, sodium, rather — plays such an important role in the human body’s natural functions, and in Mother Nature. “Salt is closely tied, along with water, to the origins of life and, thus has numerous enlivening properties,” says Chaye McIntosh, the clinical director at ChoicePoint. Beyond these properties and the essential role it plays in bodily function, salt is also incredibly healing for the mind, body, and spirit.

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Personal Growth

How Embracing Your Inner Child Makes You a More Resilient Adult

When we are young, we are no stranger to resilience. As children, we are constantly trying new things — such as sports, games, and creative activities — meeting new people, and putting ourselves out there to form lasting friendships. But, as we get older and into adulthood, we start to lose a little bit of resilience. And, on top of that, we have a lot more responsibilities, worries, pressures, and roles than we did as kids.

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