Jessica Schirripa

Bio

Jessica Schirripa is a public relations maven & a rising media personality, she focuses on developing her voice and an identity all her own. As the creator of CoffeeTawkNJ, she hosts on various entertainment platforms to build her audience. IG: @JerseyJesse

My Work Environment Was Turning Into An Abusive Situation So I Got Out Of It

By Jessica Schirripa
I should've seen it coming sooner, but just like any other person who's gone through a messy breakup, I was going to do anything in my power to make sure the next one worked out. I needed it to be "the one." The thing is, it wasn't a romantic…

I Went To A Gender Reveal Party, And It Proved We Can't Get Over Labels

By Jessica Schirripa
Congratulations to all you smug mommies and daddies-to-be. With the absurd trend of gender reveal parties flooding my news feed, you have taught me how to take one of life's hallmark moments and turn it into yet another self-obsessed, self-absorbed,…

9 Ladies Who Are Redefining Feminism For Women In Every Field

By Jessica Schirripa
Can a feminist be a fashion lover? It's always a good idea for ladies to make a solid investment into staple pieces. When a female feels empowered through her clothes, she becomes an unstoppable force in all realms of her life. Now guys, listen up:…

6 Ways Your Smile Reveals Your Feelings For Someone Before You Do

By Jessica Schirripa
The philosophy behind the law of attraction is simple. By focusing on positive or negative thoughts, individuals potentially have all of the power to invoke targeted experiences into his or her life from intuition. Your smile plays a huge role in…

My Biological Clock Is Freezing: Inside The Complex Choice Of Waiting

By Jessica Schirripa
Once upon a time, Marisa Tomei tapped her foot rhythmically to the speed of her slow-paced biological clock in her famously iconic role as Mona Lisa Vito in a cinematic classic, "My Cousin Vinny." Never would I have imagined the scene to reflect my…

Etiquette For Exes: How To Handle The 'Happy Birthday' Text

By Jessica Schirripa
When your ex uses your birthday as an excuse to reach out, is it really because he or she genuinely wants to wish you a happy birthday, or is it an opportunity to reopen the floodgates and come back into your life? It shouldn’t matter. It's all…

Flying Solo: How Being A Jets Fan Set Me Up For The Single Life

By Jessica Schirripa
Let me start off by saying, I'm a Jets fan for the girliest reasons ever. First, I come from a family who reps the jerseys hard (you can say I was sort of born into it) and my favorite color is green. Plus, every season, there is always one solid…

7 Struggles Of Being A Millennial Bridesmaid That Make It Way Less Fun

By Jessica Schirripa
As Millennials rapidly march down the aisle, every aspect of the wedding industry is experiencing a radical boom. With shows like "Say Yes To The Dress," "Four Weddings" or any televised Kardashian wedding, which all focus on the preparation leading…

10 Hair Trends Of The 90s That Were So Bad, They Were Good

By Jessica Schirripa
In my opinion, nothing screams 90s nostalgia more than poofy, colorful scrunchies, right? Wrong! In honor of the decade that keeps on giving, I chose to celebrate the hairdos that will live on in Millennial infamy. Every girl is guilty of committing…

Jenner-ation Y: How Social Image Is Gaining Prevalence In Our Culture

By Jessica Schirripa
Best known as Generation-Y, the Millennials consume so much digital content on a daily basis through social media feeds, it’s no wonder the constant uploaded photos of the Jenner sisters are causing such an effect. The sisters are everywhere across…

How The Rise Of Social Apps Changed The Gen-Y View On Plastic Surgery

By Jessica Schirripa
Our current culture is so invested in enhancing (or, should I say filling?) one’s outer appearance, it’s increasingly more difficult to be able to spot the real from the fake. From selfie angles, filters and photoshopping tools to dramatic makeup…

How To Make Attending College An Investment, Not A Debt-Heavy Mistake

By Jessica Schirripa
With so many Millennials drowning in student debt (and I don't mean "Duck Tales"-style swimming here), the basic cost of living is becoming more and more overwhelming than any post-graduate could have ever imagined. I overheard a conversation just…

Be Self-Aware: 5 Basic Things All 2015 Grads Need To Embrace ASAP

By Jessica Schirripa
Congratulations, graduate! You have moved onward and upward in the world; adulthood, here you come! Whether you’ve chosen the route of college, studying a trade or going directly into the workforce, please remember these words: Despite all your hard…

How NYC Has Changed Over The Years, And Probably Not For The Better

By Jessica Schirripa
The lost qualities of New Yorkers represent the general lost qualities of New York. I grew up in the tri-state area my whole life, and I come from a family that grew up in and around the heart of the Big Apple. Even to me, the city I always…

How Online Dating Plays A Huge Role In Men Lacking Chivalry

By Jessica Schirripa
“If women want to be treated equally, they should not expect chivalrous gestures anymore,” says every dude I have ever encountered. Apparently, the men of our generation are getting mixed messages, especially when it comes to Internet dating. This…

How Women Are Treating Themselves To Love This Valentine's Day

By Jessica Schirripa
As Valentine’s Day creeps up, women are inundated with expectations of falling in love. If they are lucky, they'll fall deeply in love with the man of their dreams, but let’s be realistic: More often than not, it is a fabulous pair of shoes! Women…

How This Generation's Obsession With Selfies Correlates With Mental Disorders

By Jessica Schirripa
From young ages, our brains are trained to build confidence as we embrace the beauty in our flaws and our individuality. However, in recent years, Whitney Houston’s signature message seems to have gotten lost in translation. Two ongoing media trends…

Why We Need To Pay More Attention To What We're Teaching Young Girls

By Jessica Schirripa
Recently, I came across a docu-series in which the mother of a 10-year-old girl was looking to start a movement. Although I am not yet a mother, I felt complete empathy for this woman and her frustrations about how we are bringing up our…