If you Google search Jillian Jensen - which, to be honest, you shouldn’t have to look her up at this point - you’ll see the face of a multi talented heart.
Jillian became a fairly known household name when she began her journey on The X Factor. With her soulful roar standing with a lifetime of practice and passion, the singer songwriter took the audience by storm. Her rendition of Who You Are nearly went viral, ﬁnding itself being shared across every form of social media.
Jensen is an incredible supporter of art and expression, and explains that her acceptance for all creativity is due to her battles as an outsider in school. She was never exactly like everyone else, and never wanted to perfectly ﬁt in. Because of her desire to be true to herself, however, she faced bullying and ridicule. Older and wiser now, Jillian has no shame in who she is and how she wants to show her soul to the world.
Although Jensen continues to perform and express her the battles and stories she faces in her life through music, she has also touched upon a new realm of inspiration: ﬁtness.
Posting her story and updates on Instagram, Jillian has dedicated herself to the gym, for herself and herself only. She’s taking the journey of improving herself for her own love and her own desires, and has no intention to ﬁt any mold except the one that she has created on her own for her personal goals. Jensen has also delved into the realm of herbalism and the many wonders of Earth’s own nutrients. She works with a nutrition company, Herbalife, in which she promotes but also shows the genuine results living a pure life leaves.
Jillian continues to upload stellar covers of songs on her YouTube channel, taking each song, popular or just discovered, with her own spark. Her continuous journey of ﬁtness and self love is posted on her Twitter and her Instagram.
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I’m a strong believer in the law of attraction, which is why I try to radiate only positivity into the universe. What you give out will be returned to you, so I strive to only give my best. My ultimatum in life is to help others. I plan to live through that idea by studying to become a pediatric psychologist, something I’ve been writing down in surveys since age 10. No matter the occasion or what I’m going through, I always feel a sense of security through writing. I drift towards writing poetry, but can find myself going off for three pages worth of my journal at times as well. The matter of being able to let whats going on inside flow from hand to paper is such a beautiful thing in my opinion.