Jenni Avins, The New York Times

Jenni Avins

The New York Times

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Jenni:

Vacationing 101 for Those Who Have Forgotten How

Vacationing 101 for those who have forgotten how. → Read More

Train your intuition to make better decisions

Experts on intuition don’t agree on everything, but they do offer some valuable insight for those of us hoping to tap into our own. → Read More

Cheap Chinese exercise bikes are beating US tariffs

Even though the US imports a greater volume of bikes from China, more money is actually spent on bikes made in Taiwan. → Read More

Why the US can’t stock dumbbells fast enough

A production bottleneck in China coincides with a spike in demand from the US, sending many to search for used gym equipment. → Read More

Covid-19 helped make hard seltzer a $2 billion business

BYO White Claw for the summer of social-distancing. → Read More

The best cannabis industry newsletters, sites, and podcasts

Marijuana Business Daily, WeedWeek, and Marijuana Moment are just a few of the resources to help you stay on top of the latest in the cannabis industry. → Read More

The CBD-fueled hemp boom has gone bust

Eight short months ago, hemp was the fastest growing crop in US agriculture. Now, farmers have slashed hemp acreage by nearly 70%. → Read More

The Covid-19 tie-dye boom is real

Companies like Ralph Lauren, Nike, Alex Mill, Etsy, and Rit are all fueling the obsession for tie dye fashion and DIY kits during the Covid-19 pandemic. → Read More

The future of the cannabis industry in charts

Of the 40 leading public cannabis companies, 24 lost more than half their value in the last year and half. → Read More

Does the cannabis industry have a monopoly problem?

US attorney general William Barr is big on investigating marijuana mergers. → Read More

Racist cannabis arrests put Black Americans at higher risk of Covid-19

As Covid-19 ravages jails and prisons unequipped to handle the pandemic, drug sentences for minor crimes are increasingly becoming death sentences. → Read More

The “hipsteader” and other new consumer species in the age of coronavirus

Are you a Screenhead, a Hipsteader, or an Overachiever? → Read More

How to build an actively anti-racist company

How to use anti-racism, diversity, and inclusion to dismantle white supremacy in the workplace. → Read More

The quarantine gardening boom extends to homegrown cannabis

When the film industry shut down productions in New York, cameraman Glenn Kaplan headed straight to his home in Vermont and got started with his new hobby. He had never had a garden before, but he now has vegetables and herbs growing in an outdoor raised bed, and four cannabis plants in a four-by-four foot tent in his house’s workroom. “I’m obsessed,” Kaplan said. “Almost immediately I got back… → Read More

Americans think they are better at social-distancing than their neighbors

The coronavirus might prevent us from socializing with our neighbors, but it can't stop us from judging them. → Read More

Six months after the “the wife” ad, Peloton gets the last laugh as its shares surge

Had you bought stock for $31.31 amidst the backlash over the "Peloton wife" ad, it would be worth about $43 today. → Read More

Peloton can’t make bikes as fast as people are buying them

The company reports over 44 million workouts completed in the last quarter. → Read More

Cannabis companies are seeing a quarantine-fueled edibles boom

Weed analytics firms report that we are indeed eating our feelings. → Read More

Crocs are the “it” shoe of the Coronavirus pandemic

While footwear sales suffer overall, consumers surrender to the comfort and convenience of Crocs. → Read More

Our favorite free trials for home workouts to try right now

Clear some bad juju, tone your triceps, dance it out. → Read More