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Jennifer featured in story, 2013
Ricki Lake Show
Jennifer featured on the Ricki Lake Show, 2013
How I Changed Careers When I Was Nearly 40
Article written by Jennifer about career change, January 2013
Ricki Lake Show
Jennifer featured on the Ricki Lake Show, 2012
How to Defend Against a Bad Career Choice
Jennifer featured on her private practice, November 2012
Many people have an aversion to experiments because they don't like the uncertainty of their outcomes or the risk that accompanies them.
Marketing The Core Self: CW Speechwriter Brings Positive Thinking To Hollywood
Jennifer featured in story on her private practice, May 2012
I've been called a lot of things in my 25-year PR career—some of them unprintable. But no one's ever called me an "energy healer."
New Year, New Realities: Selling Recovery TV
Jennifer featured in story on treating addictions, Jan. 2012
As the New Year approaches, many of us are thinking about how to lead cleaner, healthier lives. Some of us may even take that thought right onto reality television.
Interview featured in KTLA Morning News, March 2009
Author Jennifer Musselman joined KTLA Morning News to talk about her book Own It! The Ups and Downs of Homebuying for Women Who Go It Alone.
Car Clutter on Oprah Radio
Interview featured in Oprah Radio, November 2007
Keeping your home-on-wheels clean, organized and in good working condition is important not only for your mental well-being, but for your safety as well. Peter shares tips and advice for tackling the clutter in your car. He also talks with Jennifer Musselman, author of The Hip Girl's Handbook, about what women should know about car maintenance. Then, Peter chats with Yolanda Clark, managing director of AAA Public Relations, for her tips on how to be a smart driver.
Article featuring Jen featured in The Courier Journal, June 2008
"Just because you're partnered up, you can't stop thinking about yourself," Musselman says. In her book, Musselman, 35, encourages women to let go of the idea that they need to be married or paired to pursue their dream of home ownership. The Los Angeles-based writer lives alone and says she loves it.
Article featuring Jen featured in The New York Daily News
"It's just so empowering," says Jennifer Musselman, solo homeowner and author of the book "Own It! The Ups and Downs of Homebuying for Women Who Go It Alone," which hits bookshelves Sunday. For Musselman, buying her own place wasn't as easy as she imagined. "It just felt so overwhelming, because it was a world I just didn't know how to navigate," she says, "and I didn't understand the language."
Interview featured in Express
But Musselman's main message is empowerment: Twenty percent of home-buyers last year were single women, according to the National Association of Realtors — which means no waiting for McDreamy to show up before you make that down payment.
Interview featured in Sirens
Today's modern woman is successful, business-savvy and perfectly capable of buying her own home… so why do we keep holding out for a man?
Own It! The Ups and Downs of Homebuying for Women Who Go It Alone by Jennifer Musselman