Jill Moffett

Health writer, editor and mother.

Location icon United States of America

I write about women’s health, education, and a variety of issues pertaining to gender, race, class, and sexuality. I blog occasionally about writing, creativity, and wellness.

I’m based in Durham, North Carolina, but I was born in Ottawa, Canada, went to college in Montreal, got my first copywriting job in San Francisco, wrote for Citysearch in Seattle, and went to graduate school in Iowa City, Iowa.

I’m currently working on a series of essays about my diverse family.

Summer Lessons: From Home-school Families

Written by: Jill Moffett Date: June 1, 2013 Summer is here, and if your child will be at home for three months, you'd probably like him to do more than eat popsicles and play video games. (Everything in moderation, of course!) So why not take some tips from the professionals - parents whose kids are schooled at home?

Unraveling the Ribbon: Breast Cancer Awareness Month isn't just about pink. | Bitch Media

It's breast cancer awareness month again: Rite-Aid is selling pink TicTacs, rosé is on sale at Whole Foods, and Sephora is hawking a " Breast Cancer Awareness Makeup Palette." If you're suffering from awareness overload, you're not alone. When it comes to breast cancer, we're inundated with what health studies professor Samantha King calls a "tyranny of cheerfulness."

Pumping Your Milk at Work?

Written by: Jill C. Moffett Date: September 1, 2012 You've decorated the new baby's room, found day care and picked out a closet full of adorable clothes. But have you thought about breast-feeding once you return to work? If nursing your new baby is something you want to do, planning ahead can make all the difference.