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Jennifer Palumbo

As the CEO of Wonder Woman Writer LLC, I have a 20+ year track record that demonstrates a talent for writing, excellent communication skills, a sense of humor, an ability to manage multiple projects and multi-task in a fast-paced environment as well as a flair to create a social media strategy that promotes user engagement and problem-solving skills that improves a member’s experience. With the help of Starbucks coffee and a sense of humor, I have written everything from children’s plays to spec scripts to pitch decks to the most engaging grocery list you can imagine. I’m an award-winning blogger and writer whose work has been featured in Time Magazine, Huffington Post, Parents Magazine, ScaryMommy, The Mighty and several other respected websites and online magazines covering topics such as infertility, women’s health, pregnancy, relationships, parenting, being the parent of an autistic child, fertility treatments and various humorous essays. I’ve also contributed a chapter in the book, “Women Under Scrutiny” by Randy Susan Meyers. As an infertility Subject Matter Expert and Women’s Health Advocate, I have been interviewed on news outlets such as CNN, NPR, FOX, NBC and BBC America, was featured in the documentary Vegas Baby. My blog was awarded, “The Hope Award for Best Blog”, from Resolve: The National Infertility Association, which is voted on by the infertility community and recognizes a blog that raises awareness about the disease of infertility and sheds light on what it is like to be living with infertility. In 2018, it was awarded the “Infertility Social Warrior Award” and in 2019, my blog was named the “Best IVF Blog” by Egg Donation Friends.Com. Thanks to my years of performing stand-up comedy and my passion for advocacy, I’ve had the privilege of being invited to speak at many conferences/events as a Key Note speaker, performed in the Cover Girl's "Stand Up for Beauty" with Aisha Tyler and have emceed several fundraisers such as Resolve’s DC Walk of Hope, the PCOS Challenge Gala and a BabyQuest Charity Event, etc.

Pregnancy After Infertility: Is It Possible to Enjoy It?

When you finally get pregnant, it can be challenging to believe that everything is ok. I peed on more sticks than you would believe… and not just initially but for the entire first trimester. Yes, being pregnant after stressing about it, working towards it, and paying for it is AH-mazing, but it still can be scary too. Below, I talk about how you might be feeling during pregnancy after infertility and how you can cope.

The Day in the life Mompreneur:

When Grace Abler asked to follow me around and capture my day and overall real life, I thought to myself, “I don’t know if I could try to look that good every day.” You look at some Mompreneur’s on Instagram and they look amazing just doing their laundry or writing a check. That’s not me. Yes, I meet the Mompreneur criteria: Running my own company, working from home, being a mother of two (after years of dealing with infertility), having a son on the autistic spectrum and regularly finding time to advocate for women’s health but my life, is at times, insane.

My Body: The Lemon I Live In

I’ve been thinking of the Gilda Radner quote, “It’s always something.” And with me, it always is. Whenever I ask certain people, “What’s new?” and they answer, “Nothing new really.” I’m always floored. Those people exist. They have lives that have their bumps here and there, and your typical stressful life (traffic, paying bills, where …

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National Infertility Awareness Week (#NIAW): Putting the A in Awareness!

At Pregnantish Event Every National Infertility Awareness Week, I typically end up writing two posts. One, at the “start” of the week of my initial thoughts and feelings and then one, near the “end” of the week of anything I learned or have been inspired by during the course of the week. This year, I …

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National Infertility Awareness Week #NIAW: Flip The Script – A Call to Action

This is not going to be your ordinary National Infertility Awareness Week post. This is an official, raw, blunt call to action. I’m serious. I’ve had it. I’m officially getting fed up and I plan on putting the “war” in “Social Warrior”. Let’s start with the beginning of this month, shall we? April 1st. Despite …

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