About Jovi

Hi Friends!

Welcome to my blog. The Jovi Casie Blog is a space for other women to feel like they belong-without judgment. My mission is to empower other women on their journeys to self love and sharing my advice on how to feel more self worthy and how to love yourself. Let’s do this!

I was born and raised in San Diego, CA. I currently resides in San Diego with her fiancé. Together we share a beautiful daughter and 3 dogs. I enjoy going to local farmer’s markets, local coffee shops and local eateries to support small business’s. I especially enjoy going to the Little Italy area for the Mercado on the weekends. Aside from my passion of writing, I have developed a love for gardening and am a proud #plantlady . I enjoy spending time with my family, my friends and exploring new places.


With more than 10 years of experience on her resume, Jovi’s love for writing began in her early years of life. She first kept a journal which turned into writing poetry and short stories. She had a vibrant and vivid imagination and would often enact scene’s in her head before writing it down. From poetry to short stories, to short novels, and everything in between; Jovi has explored all area’s of writing. She especially enjoys the journalism aspect of writing and then one day decided to start a Blog and hasn’t looked back. She has 3 online blog/magazine’s that she has written article’s for. Before Jovi became a mom she enjoyed writing about being a single woman in her 20’s, and love and relationships. While she still explores those areas in her writing from time to time, she has ventured out into a more lifestyle blog centered around being a mom, a woman going into her 30’s and life surrounding that.


To Jovi, writing is an art. It is her passion and it’s what fuels her mind and soul. Jovi hopes that her writing brings you emotion…of all kinds. From laughter to joy to being relate-able. She hopes that you join her on her journey of writing and see what it transforms into.

Favorite writer’s

  • Charles Dickens
  • Emily Dickinson
  • Oscar Wilde
  • J.K Rowling
  • Ernest Hemingway
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Jane Austen
  • Edgar Allan Poe
  • Maya Angelou