+ no showers should occur without Hold On being belted out in the best accent you can manage
+ you should not read these blogs unless you love rambly, truthful, and slightly opinionated
+ I reserve the right to change my mind about any of my opinions at any time #becauselifelonglearner
+ you can never have too many teal things
+ if you’d like to read copywriting and branding blogs, click here instead
Some of these are worth reading. Others are rants about library books and mummy shaming.
Thoughts, somewhat in order
During my 6 years of single parenting, I made quite a lot of lists. Including a checklist for potential future husband. My current husband did not tick most of the boxes.My list looked a little like: - must be financially settled- doesn't have younger children than I...
The How Dare She? Series In 2018, my (then) 15 year old daughter and I started How Dare She? a social enterprise dedicated to creating a platform where women were encouraged to do the things they've been told they shouldn't. We wanted to be part of something that...
This week, I had an experience with a pharmacist who was not going to fill my prescription for some hardcore painkillers - a script I had literally just taken out of the hand of the treating Doctor in the Emergency Department. Before they filled my script, they said...
To be honest, I'm partly writing this because I'm planning on hooking folk up with this blog link when they take a breath, eyes shining, about to inform me - poor me, the woman who obviously doesn't know how to cure thyself - their one-and-only, tried-and-true (by...
A couple of years ago I lost one of my best friends from school. And not just school best friends. Her at my house the entire summer holiday best friends. First (and last, for over a decade) cigarette best friends. First time we got caught best friends. First time I...
“But everything looks like it’s going so well on Instagram!” “Oh, I’ve seen your workshops advertised, you’re such a success, are you better?” And my personal favourite; “But you don’t look sick!” usually accompanied with, “You should try coconut oil/oh I think I have...
I'm Jay Crisp Crow
and I started a life-revolution with a need to write things, $0 in the bank, a borrowed laptop, and a disability - all driven by a desire for the amplification of women's voices
Now, I teach women all over the world to write what they mean, sell all their things, and know that balance is absolute and utter balderdash
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Loving the pants off…
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Sit at my table
Loving the pants off…
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My labels include:
+ "Oi, Mum!" to three glorious humans including a rev-head, a world-changer CALD, LGBTQ+ (as she says, she belongs to most of the alphabet), and a ballroom dance loving small redhead
+ lover of a Viking
+ "High Priestess of copy" + "Australia's conversion copywriting queen" (someone else said those things about me, so it's OK to use it to label myself, even though I don't really related to 'building an empire' - I'd much rather we all get to sit on a throne) at Crisp Copy
+ fat-content + feisty + brave + tired + too much
+ don't tell me what to do
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Jay Crisp Crow acknowledges the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation as the custodians of the majestic lands where Jay Crisp Crow is based. This acknowledgment extends not only to the traditional and ongoing custodianship but also extends to recognise the deep and eternal spiritual connection that the Whadjuk people have with the land. Jay Crisp Crow acknowledges that sovereignty has never been ceded. That this place always was, and always will be Whadjuk land. Jay Crisp Crow wishes to pay respect to the Whadjuk Elders of the past and present day. Like the beautiful trees of the Parkerville area, Jay Crisp Crow acknowledges that the Whadjuk people and Whadjuk culture are deeply rooted here and will forever be connected to this land. - This acknowledgement was written for Jay Crisp Crow, Crisp Copy by Louise O'Reilly.