When she posted a video on TikTok preparing her daughter's lunches it reached over 5 million views and her follower count skyrocketed. She credits her attention to detail for her videos' success and shares she always includes a note for her daughters in their lunches, either a personal message or an inspirational quote.
Before COVID, Jessica was a makeup artist, but due to safety concerns, she was not able to continue in that line of work. Luckily, her content took off just as the virus was shutting down the country, something she calls "a blessing."
Her advice for others looking to follow in her social media footsteps is, "Be authentic to yourself. Do what you love, share your passion, and be consistent. If you show the world what you love doing it, it shows and the support and love will follow,” she says.