Jessica Estrada is a Los-Angeles based freelance writer and editor with over a decade of experience. She regularly contributes health and wellness articles (think identity, mental health, mindfulness, spirituality, astrology, and relationships) for The Zoe Report and other BDG publications, including Elite Daily and Bustle. Jessica's work is also found in numerous other publications, including The Knot, Well + Good, Cosmopolitan.com, The Cut, Byrdie, and Refinery29. She's also held freelance editor roles at Racked LA, Los Angeles Confidential, and Haute Living, covering fashion, beauty, dining, luxury, and celebrity news.
Jessica has a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism focusing on magazine journalism and a minor in sociology from California State University, Northridge. In addition, Jessica has spent years studying personal development and earned certifications in life and success coaching, neuro linguistic programming, hypnosis, and emotional freedom technique (EFT), which help inform her writing on wellness-related topics.
Some of her career highlights include hanging out with Cindy Crawford at a wellness retreat in Malibu, drinking wine with Drew Barrymore at the Sunset Tower Hotel, and rubbing shoulders (literally) with the cast of Modern Family at an Emmy party. When she's not working, you'll likely find her hanging out with her husband, eating churros at Disneyland, or rewatching Gilmore Girls.
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