Tiffany   Jenkins

Joy Beh...
128 books | 29 friends

Erin Mc...
3,613 books | 306 friends

Paula Jahn
1,283 books | 63 friends

125 books | 19 friends

Page Ze...
78 books | 36 friends

137 books | 64 friends

Brooke ...
114 books | 59 friends

Josh Mc...
7 books | 1,252 friends

More friends…

Tiffany Jenkins

Goodreads Author

The United States


Member Since
November 2017

Tiffany Jenkins is a wife, and mother to three awesome human beings. She realized her love of writing last year when she started her blog, “Juggling the Jenkins”, where she writes about motherhood, addiction and marriage. Tiffany has acquired a huge social media following where her videos receive millions of views.

She uses her platform to help and inspire others who are struggling with mother-hood, mental health, addiction, and those who just need a good laugh. Her articles have been featured on “”, “” and “”, and her Blog and Face-book page have been covered on several news outlets and television programs.

This month she will be celebrating five years clean and sober from drugs and alcohol. She

Average rating: 4.22 · 23,217 ratings · 2,212 reviews · 1 distinct workSimilar authors
High Achiever: The Incredib...

4.22 avg rating — 23,317 ratings — published 2017 — 9 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating

* Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author. To add more, click here.

Tiffany Jenkins hasn't written any blog posts yet.

Upcoming Events

No scheduled events. Add an event.

Junkie: Madness t...
Rate this book
Clear rating

Funny How It Work...
Rate this book
Clear rating

Tiffany Jenkins is currently reading
by Michelle Obama (Goodreads Author)
bookshelves: currently-reading
Rate this book
Clear rating


Tiffany’s Recent Updates

Tiffany Jenkins is currently reading
Junkie by Dawn Searock
Rate this book
Clear rating
Tiffany Jenkins is currently reading
Funny How It Works Out by Manon Mathews
Rate this book
Clear rating
Tiffany Jenkins is currently reading
Becoming by Michelle Obama
by Michelle Obama (Goodreads Author)
Rate this book
Clear rating
More of Tiffany's books…
“I’m Steve, and I’m an addict,” Steve said after raising his hand to share. Steve was in his seventies and always shared first. It was as if he prepared an amazing speech every morning to present to all of us and his words always had a way of putting everything into perspective for me. “I look at these young girls over here, man,” he said pointing to our row, “and I can’t help but feel a bit envious. I’m 71 years old. I’ve got five years clean. I used for fifty years. I missed so damn much. I missed everything.” His voice broke and I could tell he was getting emotional. “I lost my wife once she finally got sick enough of my shit. My kids are adults and haven’t spoken to me in over twenty years—hell—I got grandbabies I ain’t even met.” He stared down at the table for a moment, you could hear a pin drop in that room. When he finally looked up, he looked straight at me and stared into my eyes. “Man, I’ll tell you what…. I would give anything in this world, to go back in time, and enter these rooms when I was your fucking age. Then I might actually have something to look back on and be proud of. You girls are young enough now to get it right, to have a life and make something of yourself. Don’t do what I did. Get it now so that you aren’t my age looking back on your life and thinking damn…I wasted all of it.” It felt like I’d suddenly been struck by lightning. Tears began welling in my eyes as I processed what he’d just said. I imagined what it would be like to have waited until I was an old woman to get clean – if I made it that long. I imagined my children being adults and never speaking to me. The loneliness, the guilt… for what? A momentary high? Never in my life had anyone’s words saturated my skin and seeped into my soul like his just did. I could hear other members voices mumbling as they shared their own bits of wisdom, but all I could do was replay in my head what Steve had said. That was it. That was the moment. Steve’s words changed my life that day. The universe had carefully devised a grand plan to align our paths so we both ended up in the same room that day. Whatever higher power was out there, knew that I needed to hear what that man had just said.”
Tiffany Jenkins, High Achiever: The Shocking True Story of One Addict's Double Life

“A flicker of hope in one’s heart, is capable of lighting the path to a new destiny…”
Tiffany Jenkins, High Achiever: The Shocking True Story of One Addict's Double Life

“There is no such thing as a lost cause, and it’s never too late to start over. A flicker of hope in one’s heart is capable of lighting the path to a new destiny.”
Tiffany Jenkins, High Achiever: The Incredible True Story of One Addict's Double Life

Topics Mentioning This Author

topics posts views last activity  
The Life of a Boo...: Alissa's 2019 12+4 Reading Challenge-LIST #2 220 113 Dec 18, 2019 09:36AM  
Game Night: [[ Frankie ]]'s Around the World with Wally 96 40 Dec 31, 2019 11:12PM  
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind.”
Bernard M. Baruch

No comments have been added yet.