Research. Think. Write. Repeat. I have 20+ years of experience writing everything from dog food commercials to magazine articles to websites and personal essays.
Interviewed client, researched and wrote majority of the website.
Interviewed eleven faculty members, wrote engaging stories to bring their research to life, plus wrote the majority of the website copy.
Interviewed client, developed content strategy & wrote all copy, including the blog posts.
A fun little listicle to help drive Valentine's Day traffic to this website.
Interviewed client, developed content strategy & wrote copy for entire website.
Articles & Newsletters
Wrote, "Beyond the Shock -- How Iron Mountain Responded to the Horrific Attacks on 9/11" on 10 year anniversary.
You started feeling lethargic when daylight slowly dwindled in the fall. By now, it's quite possible that you're often sad or depressed.
Little packets of iron powder granules are beginning to make a big impact on reducing the world's No. 1 nutritional disorder: anemia.
Day after day, many people sit in their cubicles daydreaming about leaving their present career and following their heart.
She died from a broken heart. He worried himself sick. These are two expressions in the English language that hint at the mind/body connection.
As executive editor of this publication for transplant recipients, I shared the stories of many remarkable individuals.
"I'm ready to be there, just not ready to leave here," my daughter announced, exactly two weeks before she'd leave for college. Amazed that she could be so insightful at...
I heard a pastor say that when you pray for patience you should be prepared for how God will answer your prayer. At the time, I laughed. Raising two kids, commuting on Route 28...
10:26 a.m. An ordinary day turns out to be anything but ordinary when I get a text from my daughter saying; "You're going to hear about a shooter on the Ohio State campus. I'm...
When her husband of 22 years committed suicide, Rebecca was understandably distraught. She began sleeping in one of Bob's shirts, finding comfort in the fading scent.