Published

Motherly:

One of my highest read Brimming pieces was featured on Mother.ly and it’s all about identity in motherhood: “You’re Still In There

East Bay Express:

In line with the historic Women’s March, on January 21, 2017, the East Bay Express published several letters from Bay Area women responding to the Trump Administration. Here is the link to mine: ‘You Need Us

xoJane.com:

I went skydiving for my 30th birthday and wrote about why it’s important to do things that scare you: ‘Doing Things That Scare You’.

Is reading a huge part of your life? I wrote on how to keep at it with a busy schedule for xoJane: “4 Ways I Stay a Constant Reader”.

BuddyTV.com:

I worked as a contributing writer for BuddyTV.com from 2013-2014 (the savvy reader will notice the timeline ends right before my son was born, hence the gap years). I wrote recaps, slideshows, listicles and op-eds on various shows including Parenthood, Grey’s Anatomy, Game of Thrones and more. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but below are links to some of that content:

Game of Thrones: Why Arya Stark is the Strongest Character

20 Shades of Greys Anatomy: The Highs and Lows of Mer-Der

Grey’s Anatomy: Who Should April Choose?

Grey’s Anatomy: 15 Most Bizarre Medical Cases

Parenthood Season 5 Highlights: Breakups, Breakdowns and Breakthroughs 

Parenthood Recap: Amber Collapses When Ryan Returns

Parenthood: Joel and Julia’s 13 Best Moments

Parenthood Season 5 Premiere Recap: The Bravermans Seize the Day

Parenthood Season 6 Predictions

Biggest Loser Season 15: Makeover Transformations

The Voice Recap: Adam Continues to Dominate the 4-Chair Turn

5 Stephen King Books that Need to be Adapted for TV 

So You Think You Can Dance Season 11 Top 20 Recap

TV’s Top 14 Tear-Jerking Moments of 2013

TV’s Best New Characters of 2013

2014 Sochi Olympics: 6 Reasons Why You Should Root for Figure Skater Jason Brown

2014 Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony Drinking Game

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