Tiffany Jenkins

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Tiffany Jenkins
OccupationAuthor, speaker, content creator, podcast co-host
NationalityAmerican
Notable worksHigh Achiever (book), Take It or Leave It (podcast)
SpouseDrew Jenkins
ChildrenKaiden, Chloe
RelativesParis (sister)
Website
jugglingthejenkins.com

Tiffany Jenkins is an influencer that makes a variety of content. Her videos range from funny and ridiculous, to sweet and sentimental, to brutal honesty about life as a recovering addict. Tiffany spent time in prison after becoming addicted to drugs and committing twenty felonies. She now devotes her time to speaking on drug addiction and recovery, making content, and parenting her children. She has one step child she refers to as her "bonus baby" and two other children, Kaiden and Chloe, whom she had with husband, Drew Jenkins.

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  1. "Who is Tiffany Jenkins". Juggling the Jenkins. Retrieved 17 September 2020.

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