Hey, hi, hello, and welcome to my official about me page on Medium. For some of you that might not know me, let me introduce myself.
I’m JennyB. A writer, content creator, advocate, life coach, chronic pain warrior, and 3X sepsis survivor.
My mission with my writing career and life coach brand, JennyB-Writer, is to make a difference in my reader’s and client’s lives and raise awareness for the chronic pain and chronic illness community.
While also raising Sepsis awareness, the third leading cause of death in the U.S.
Through my advocacy, I help teach pain sufferers how to navigate…
Working in a grocery store for thirteen years, you’re bound to experience some of the most bizarre behaviors from customers.
What I mean is disrespectful and entitled attitudes. They don’t care if they verbally abuse you. Instead, they’ll do anything they can to get their groceries cheaper.
Their entitled attitude comes from the customer service saying, “the customer is always right, even when they’re wrong.” Talk about a pompous load of crap.
With how long I’ve been working in customer service, I have never taken that saying to heart or referred to it during one of my customer’s transactions.
Thanks to my $14.99 subscription on HBOMax, I was fortunate to view the third installment of the Conjuring, ‘The Devil Made Me Do It,’ from the comfort of my bed.
I have loved horror movies and even spooky thrillers since I was an early teenager. Back when Blockbuster was the place to go to rent all the Nightmare on Elm Street movies without needing to show ID, which is how my cousin and I rented all the 80’s slasher movies and became instant horror fans.
The Conjuring movies center around the case files of real-life paranormal investigators, Ed and Lorraine…
I had an epiphany the other day. I realized that it might be time to stop looking for a partner and focus on living my life the way I want.
Getting married and starting a family has been my goal since I was little, and being single in my thirties is a blow to my confidence and ego.
I had my epiphany talking to my mom while we were on our way to my lidocaine infusion.
We talked about the guy I met off OkCupid and how I ended up putting him in the friend category when that wasn’t my…
Growing up, I was never popular in school. And for a lot of you reading this, I’m sure you weren’t either. It’s not like I wasn’t popular because I was a bully to the other kids (I was the one being bullied).
It’s because I didn’t hold up to their standards of likeness. I wasn’t considered pretty or cool. I was the kid who kept to herself and didn’t talk and who was also a timid introvert.
Being put in Resource Math and English due to having a learning disability didn’t help me at being liked either.
Heaven forbids the…
I have a problem, and I hope I’m not alone. About a month ago, I signed up on the dating site OkCupid and started talking to a guy on there.
We seemed to hit it off, so we switched to texting then finally meeting in person. He’s a nice guy and easy to get along with, so I’m happy with my results with the site.
You would think I would be eager to hang out with him more often, but every time it’s the day of our scheduled meet-up, I get this annoying pit in my stomach.
I know it’s…
So, I met a guy. I even got dressed up and left my room to meet him in person. Crazy, I know. I’m not one to leave my room and have a life, so this is huge.
I met this guy on OkCupid, and after talking to each other for two weeks, we decided to meet to get to know each other.
We had a lovely time walking the park, exchanging our favorite true crime documentaries. He was the first guy and the only guy so far to meet up with in person.
Even though he’s the only guy, I…
It has been one year, four months, and twenty-four days since my nephew passed away. He died in 2019 on Christmas Eve, and I’m still mourning the loss of Noah, who I was bonded to at the soul.
Even though it’s been some time since his passing, it feels like I’m still in the mourning process, which makes life more challenging.
It depends on the person, but some might think it’s time to stop mourning since it’s been over a year. Well, I disagree with that entirely. …
This week is Peripheral Neuropathy Awareness week (May 9th — 16th), and I wanted to write about a few different ways you’re able to manage this painful condition throughout the day.
I suffer from Peripheral Neuropathy in my legs and feet and have been for many years. It’s a burning and tingling sensation that shoots through the affected area while also giving off a stabbing feeling at the same time.
The Mayo Clinic describes Peripheral Neuropathy as a result of damage to the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord (peripheral nerves), which often causes weakness, numbness, and pain…
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a vampire? I don’t mean drinking blood; I mean what it would be like to live the vampire lifestyle?
I sure have and believe I would make a damn fine vampire.
I already have the paleness and avoidance of sunlight down, now I need to work from home, so I don’t have to leave the house ever again.
While driving to work the other day, I got caught in traffic due to the entire highway being messed up from construction.
A feeling of disgust comes over me, and I…