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Jessie (Pierce) Trebesch

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February 2012


As the first-born child, Jessie was the first person in her immediate family to graduate from college, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in just three years.

Jessie has always had a deep passion for writing, from short fiction stories (which she illustrated herself) as a child to research and persuasive papers in high school and her thesis in college.

As a Type-A, driven person, she has always looked for ways to excel, which became difficult once she finished school and had no clear guidelines for life on the other side of her cap and gown.

Her first book, Ready, Set…Now What? is the product of her search for identity, passion, and purpose after graduation.

Jessie is living proof that purpose and meaning can be found in both the big and
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Jessie (Pierce) Trebesch At Home in the World by Tsh Oxenreider, Present Over Perfect by Shauna Niequist, Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh, and Special Topics in Calamity …moreAt Home in the World by Tsh Oxenreider, Present Over Perfect by Shauna Niequist, Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh, and Special Topics in Calamity Physics by Marisha Pessl.(less)
Jessie (Pierce) Trebesch When I'm stumped about what to write about, I read. Whether it's related to topics I write about or not, I like to see what other people have to say. …moreWhen I'm stumped about what to write about, I read. Whether it's related to topics I write about or not, I like to see what other people have to say. Oftentimes, a phrase or topic will catch my eye and spark something new. Another really helpful tactic is going out for a walk or a run. When I step away from my computer, the creative ideas just start flowing because I've allowed myself to release the pressure.(less)
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What do you pack in your hospital bag?

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I decided to pack my hospital bag about a month before my due date because it gave me greater comfort to know I had it ready in case I went into labor early (my mom did with me). I’m sure I’ll update it as I get closer, but at least I have a solid start!

Please note this is what I packed based on certa

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Your Pregnancy Week by Week by Glade B. Curtis
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This made for a good supplementary resource in my pregnancy, but it wasn’t my favorite. The information seemed dated (like focusing on low-fat diets and very simple stretches in lieu of actual exercise). The background on various topics was sometimes ...more
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Bringing Down the Duke by Evie Dunmore
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I liked the historical details of this story and how so much of the story was about the suffragettes campaigning for women to be able to own property. I had to fast-forward through some open-door scenes, but the relationships between the characters a ...more
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The Mama Natural Week-by-Week Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth by Genevieve Howland
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This was my favorite pregnancy book by far— research-backed, contemporary, natural with a range of what that means for each reader’s values and preferences to be taken into account. Recipes, to-do lists, exercises, and questions for interviewing care ...more
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The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding by La Leche League International
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Such a fabulous resource for all things breastfeeding-related! It covers the basic process, tips & tricks, explanations of how feeding changes as babies grow, and tons of references to research.
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This was my favorite pregnancy book by far— research-backed, contemporary, natural with a range of what that means for each reader’s values and preferences to be taken into account. Recipes, to-do lists, exercises, and questions for interviewing care ...more
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Such a fabulous resource for all things breastfeeding-related! It covers the basic process, tips & tricks, explanations of how feeding changes as babies grow, and tons of references to research.
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Britt-Marie Was Here by Fredrik Backman
Britt-Marie Was Here
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Britt-Marie is such an interesting character, bound by her idiosyncrasies and beliefs in what’s appropriate and hygienic in every situation. When her family situation changes, she’s compelled to visit a recruiter to find a new job, and it opens up a ...more
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