Jeanne Joe Perrone

Jeanne Joe Perrone

Bio

Jeanne Joe is a staff writer and assistant editor for Quail Bell Magazine, a freelance writer, contributing writer for Elite Daily, freelance copy editor, author of several Amazon Bestsellers (under pseudonym), and creator of popular blog Calamity Joe. Jeanne Joe is also an actress who holds an MFA from The Actors Studio Drama School, just like total stranger and fellow alum Bradley Cooper. She has performed in over 40 professional acting roles in the last 6 years.

Jeanne Joe Perrone Articles

Lent was when everyone admitted that you were supposed to suffer, and my constant inner struggles with church and my body and my brain could come out and breathe in the heavy, ashy air.

Why I Gave Up Lent For Lent

Lent is serious. I mean, it starts with people putting ashes on their faces while someone chants, "Remember you are dust, and to dust you shall return," and then it ends with Jesus being tortured to death and then coming back to life. Yikes. I mean, I know we don’t have the monopoly on intense religious traditions, but dang, we Christians sure know how to party/freak out 6-year olds.

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How To Overcome The Feeling Of Rejection

Rejection happens to everyone, in some way: Your kindergarten crush who called you gross, someone you love rejecting your identity, losing a job or a lover.

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Yoga is here to support you — not to make you fake inner peace.

7 Yoga Poses For Rage!

Here are 7 yogic methods to vent, channel your anger, and satisfy your warrior bloodlust … without undermining your feelings or landing you in prison.

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Insomnia is an odd affliction, ephemeral, absurd. Like a knock-knock joke that slowly kills you.

Wide Awake: 7 Things I've Learned From My Insomnia

I have been robbed of my dreams for more than 15 years by insomnia, an unpredictable bully playing tricks with my mind and body like a dog with its chew toys. I am given weeks or months of normal sleep, only to be blown back to sleeplessness like a sudden wind. An estimated 30-35% of adults will grapple with this particular sleep disorder at one point in their lives — and 10% will deal with insomnia chronically.

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"Finding yourself" is a weird concept.

I Took 2 Years Off From Dating…And This Is What I Learned

...for two years of my adult life, I didn’t date — at all. On purpose.

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