Chris Worthy

Writer and editor

United States

After a few years of practicing law, I figured out that my favorite parts of the job were the parts I’ve done for more than 20 years now as a writer. I get to tell stories, gather and share information, and – hopefully – put some good in the world. That career shift was a leap of faith. The path continues to wind and evolve, as all good paths do. Join me, will you? There are plenty of stories to share.

When I'm not at the computer, you will find me spending time with my husband watching good sci-fi or walking along a trail somewhere, enjoying the company of our kids (who somehow became grown adults), spoiling our Lab mix, Charlie, or at the gym, trying to stave off the effects of middle age.

In addition to feature writing and editorial consulting, I'm head over heels for my latest project: a book about the importance of cultivating awe experiences for a better life. From the moon (literally) to a convent and everywhere in between, the folks I've interviewed have been changed by the impact of awe. It's pretty amazing stuff and I am honored to share what they have taught me.

The Greenville News
Behind the Words: Chris Worthy

Writer Chris Worthy tells us what she learned talking to those who are working to help our community overcome Covid 19.

Upstate Parent
Upstate Parent

Parents' guide to fun things to do, classes, camps, parties, family life, education, dining, special needs and more in Greenville and the greater Upstate South Carolina.

The Asheville Citizen Times
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The latest Western North Carolina parenting resource for the Asheville-area, including parenting advice, health food recipes, family friendly projects and activities.

Thoughtful Spirit

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Newsstand | Clemson University News and Stories, South Carolina
Clemson researchers decode thermal conductivity in thermoelectrics using light

CLEMSON, S.C. - Groundbreaking science is often the result of true collaboration, with researchers in a variety of fields, viewpoints and experiences coming together in a unique way. One such effort by Clemson University researchers has led to a discovery that could change the way the science of thermoelectrics moves forward.