Jenni is a writer at heart and an expressive storyteller.
Jenni’s day job is as an executive who works with the supply chain & transportation logistics industry. But here, she focuses on the smaller, more personal aspects of life.
The power of social media. It has the ability to connect us, help us, advance us, and very much hurt us. That fact has never been more apparent as we funnel ourselves into a new age and brand of public shaming – the main topic of Jon Ronson’s book.
As the halfway point of what’s been, so far, a roller coaster of a year (some would argue an endless plunge) approached, I sought out something to read that wasn’t riddled with unfortunate news. I reached for several different books, but often found myself having that same sinking feeling in my stomach… I couldn’t get my mind off of the present.
If you’ve ever had a job or gone to school in any capacity, you’ve come to know deadlines and the chaos they can reap on your psyche. With a million distractions programed into the smartphone that rarely leaves our hands, it’s easier than ever to miss them.