Jessica launched craphousewife.com in July 2017, a platform where Jess shares her amusing misadventures on being a working mum and a terrible cook.
The online #craphousewife movement has gathered a strong and loyal following across Jess' social platforms, untiing other mothers who, like Jess, sometimes feel like they are not the perfect mother, wife or cook.
The crap housewife is a badge Jess wears with pride, and it’s a title she wants other women to embrace. For Jess, the idea of crap is the real life messes, hiccups, disasters and bad meals that many of us dish up and deal with every day. "This mum is tired of the photos of perfectly packed school lunches, posts about cuisine family dinners eaten together over the table, plus tales of neat, tidy and obedient children with smoothly brushed hair. Why not cut the crap, take the pressure off and admit to the moments, days, weeks and months when the wheels do fall off?" said Jess.