Recent Editorial Work
I'm passionate about telling interesting stories. Email or message me with ideas, freelance work, places to pitch, or speaking opportunities. I'm Massachusetts-based but available to work anywhere in the U.S.
Bylines: Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, Parents, Mashable, The Boston Globe, Good Housekeeping, Harper's Bazaar, Seventeen, Prevention, Women's Health, Men's Health, Town and Country, The Oprah Magazine, Delish, Apartment Therapy, Elle UK, NBC Boston, etc.
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Recent Editorial Work
For birthing parents with pre-existing PTSD, the road to breastfeeding isn't as smooth as you might have been led to believe, yet no one is talking about it. Here's what new parents should know.
Amidst the Black Lives Matter movement, there are plenty of resources available to accomplices/co-conspirators to educate themselves and support others.
The concept of the safe space is not new, but this decade has seen a rise in the prestige space for women and moms—pitched as both sanctuary and sorority, with sometimes steep membership fees but myriad perks and motivators.
In the latest for the Couples + Money series, Dianne and Tom lost their gig work when COVID-19 struck, and they're unable to pay their rent or move out of their one-bedroom apartment.
Allison Bornstein, who's been featured in Vogue, The Real Real, and Who What Wear, takes me through her sustainable styling system.
Being alone for the holidays: even the idea carries with it an outsize fear of being considered pathetic. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
As a newbie to The Bachelorette, I was initially entranced by Hannah Brown's (relatively) empowered journey to find love. But this season has become triggering—namely due to one of the contestants who's emblematic of problems within the franchise.
South Boston resident Will Noonan was just named funniest local comedian by the Improper Bostonian. He's like a millennial Bill Burr--curmudgeonly retiree combined with a manic 20-year-old.
Art is having a moment among younger audiences. As Baby Boomers start to stop collecting and begin to offload pieces as they age, millennials are starting to influence the art market in Boston.
Ensuring health and safety in the workplace is already a critically important issue. But COVID-19 has forced companies to act quickly and decisively to keep people safe.
Prioritizing wellbeing doesn't have to mean a trip to an expensive spa or investing in a pricey fitness subscription. There are many other ways to practice self-care, especially when everyone should be staying at home.
The now-infamous 2008 recession, sometimes known as The Great Recession, was devastating for just about every job field. Is it wise to take time off and choose continuing ed?
I contributed to the writing and editing of Facing History's 2018 Annual Report, including interviewing subject matter experts and highlighting success stories of civics in U.S. classrooms.
Perkins has been teaching math and science in some form for over 180 years, but they’ve evolved critically since then. Today, a STEM education curriculum helps students integrate into a technology-driven world. This recent emphasis on process and practicality may be new for some, but not Perkins.
Dancer, choreographer, set designer, director, and producer (as well as mom to three kids, including Ansel Elgort), Grethe Barrett Holby is a force of nature.
The number one new Star Wars toys on Amazon and Walmart is a Droid Inventor Kit: kids create their own customized R2D2. Thanks to Ayah Bdeir and her company littleBits, it's flying off the shelves.
In a recent New York Times article, Alina Tugend spotlights the term "emotional readiness." Students who possess emotional readiness will be well-prepared for success in college. Those who don't may face issues in college that "can lead to students' lives' unraveling."
Pop culture icons can influence our fashion choices, dietary habits and brand preferences, but can they also influence our medical decisions? The answer is a resounding yes, according to a new study analyzing the rates of genetic testing for breast cancer in the aftermath of Angelina Jolie's 2013 op-ed piece in The New York Times.