Jenifer Joy Madden

Jenifer Joy Madden
Jenifer Joy Madden
How To Be a Durable Human: Revive and Thrive in the Digital Age Through the Power of Self-Design
A wide-ranging self-help guide explores the potential perils of the modern sedentary, screen-obsessed lifestyle and offers tips for achieving resilient health and memory. Straightforward mitigation strategies at every turn, anecdotes and everyday metaphors help to drive the lessons home. An all-too-relevant and eminently practical book that offers health strategies in a gadget-packed world.
The Durable Human Manifesto: Practical Wisdom for Living and Parenting in the Digital World
Tysons/Virginia/USA
Jenifer Joy Madden is an author, speaker, health journalist, tech hygienist, and child autonomy advocate. Jenifer’s words and videos have informed millions on news outlets ranging from The Washington Post to the Children and Nature Network to her website, The Durable Human. A veteran of ABC News, Jenifer is an independent multi-media reporter and a lead adjunct professor for TV news graduate students of Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Jenifer’s books include The Durable Human Manifesto: Practical Wisdom for Living and Parenting in the Digital World and How To Be a Durable Human: Revive and Thrive in the Digital Age Through the Power of Self-Design.
tech hygiene, healthy use of mobile phones, child autonomy, digital literacy, human-computer interaction, mindfulness, health, active living, self-publishing

“For me, words are a form of action, capable of influencing change.” -Ingrid Bengis, writer and teacher