I've written for many different industries: legal, finance, mortgage, real estate, insurance, travel, higher education, publishing, entertainment, medical/dental, and more.
My writing superpower is learning about "boring," complicated topics and creating content that's way more interesting and easy to understand.
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Interview with Saturday Night Live cast member Seth Myers
Interview with comedian Bill Burr
Born in Trenchtown, Kingston, Jamaica, Ziggy Marley started his music career with his siblings Sharon, Cedella and Stephen and formed the group Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers. They sold millions of records and won three Grammys, but after two decades with The Melody Makers, Ziggy set out on his own solo journey in 2002.
Article about local dairy farmer's achievements
Lynn recalls, "I remember listening a lot to Joni Mitchell with my mom. She loved her lyrics. And not understanding, you know, it's pretty complex stuff for a kid to take in, but I could sort of see the picture that she painted.
"It really speaks to the crossover of tennis and how popular it is," says Doug Stark, museum director at the International Tennis Hall of Fame. "You know, you watch the U.S. Open on TV and you always see actors in the stands.
The idea for the "Vintage Vanderbilt" menu was sparked when restaurant manager Mathilde Krug von Nidda took a tour of The Breakers in February. While she was in the mansion's kitchen, she glanced into the pastry kitchen and noticed a framed menu.
"The woman seemed so worldly and involved with her little built-in community. After growing up in Wisconsin and moving away I thought, what a mistake that I left that," said Backes, the creative force behind the Newport Art Museum's newest installation, a postmodern look at the meaning of home.
Article about a pancake eating contest at the International House of Pancakes
Since the final version of a $1.5 trillion tax reform bill was passed in December 2017, taxpayers across the nation have been trying to figure out how the changes will affect their lives and finances.
As kids, we're often told it's okay to make mistakes. We learn from experiences-both positive and negative. And even if mistakes are unpleasant, they play an important role in helping us grow. In the professional world, however, chalking up every mistake as a valuable learning experience doesn't always cut it.
When you think of the characteristics of home buyers, your first impression may be that of a married couple-and rightly so. According to the 2017 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers from the National Association of Realtors, 65% of recent buyers were married couples. There is, however, a more
As our nation's school buildings age and begin to deteriorate, literally millions of people - teachers and students - are being exposed to deadly asbestos fibers. Some school districts are turning a blind eye, while others are suffering the repercussions of botched asbestos abatement projects.
The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) just wrapped up its annual meeting, held May 29-June 2, 2015, in Chicago-and 1 specific announcement provided promising news for mesothelioma patients and their families. The presentation discussed findings from a study sponsored by The French Cooperative Thoracic Intergroup (IFCT) that just may change the current standard of care for mesothelioma treatment.
When someone is diagnosed with mesothelioma, they undoubtedly have a lot of thoughts racing through their mind. However, all those thoughts usually come back to 1 central question: "What can I do to stay alive?"
Blog post for website dedicated to drinking enthusiasts
Blog post geared toward insurance agents for Internet Marketing Headquarters (IMHQ) blog.
Everyone can have uncoordinated and clumsy moments, but sometimes a serious slip and fall accident can be tied directly to another person's negligence. These accidents can happen on business, public, residential, or other types of property. Often a wet floor, or some sort of hazardous surface condition causes the slip and fall.
Landing page for PPC campaign
When it comes to asbestos exposure in the workplace, some jobs have been proven to cause a higher risk than others.
Two different posts on the same topic
Video for new product. Wrote script and helped with small production/continuity tasks.
Facebook post for HBS Exec Ed
Chatbot drip campaign for first-time homebuyer leads
Monthly newsletter for current customers
Monthly newsletter for loan officers
Weekly newsletter for REALTORS®
Direct response email series while mortgage rates dropped
Single female homeowner infographic
Ongoing infographic series
Award announcement press release for client
Many acts of identity theft can be prevented if individuals are vigilant about guarding their sensitive information - and that's the message IdentityForce, the Boston-area provider of proactive identity, privacy, and credit monitoring services, is hoping to get across with the unveiling of their newest infographic.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 18, 2017 -- Two leaders in the international education community, CollegeWeekLive and U.S. News Global Education, are joining together to host an inaugural virtual event that will advance conversations with international students as they research, apply and enroll in higher education institutions.