About Me

I am a journalist and copywriter who covers health, finance, career, and parenting topics. I have contributed to the New York Times, Washington Post, Seattle Times, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, TIME, CNN Money, Today.com, and others. I have discussed my work on Seattle's Q13 Morning News and with Harvard University's Making Caring Common project. 

On the copywriting side, I have ghostwritten reported pieces for Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, and startups. As a tech writer, I have authored user and admin guides, led email marketing campaigns, and reoptimized SEO copy for universities. 

I recently moved back to Chicago with my family, and I'm thrilled to be back in the city!

Featured Articles

Experts Are Worried This Will Be The Next Drug Crisis For Teens

Back in July, science journalist Melinda Wenner Moyer interviewed Danielle Dick, Ph.D. in her popular parenting newsletter, Is My Kid The Asshole? Dick, a neuroscientist and director of the Rutgers Addiction Research Center in New Jersey, covered the risks of teenage substance abuse and shared a growing fear for youths among the scientific community: cannabis use.

"That's honestly the thing that those of us who study substance use and adolescents are most worried about," Dick said. "Right now i

Why it’s so hard to stay happy at work — and what Seattle therapists say you can do about it

A CNBC/SurveyMonkey survey published in April found that while 85% of the 8,664 professionals polled nationally said they were somewhat or very satisfied in their jobs, 30% had also considered quitting within the past three months.

“There’s less contradiction in this statement than you would think,” says Chris Rebholz, a licensed clinical psychologist in Kirkland who has a doctorate in psychology. “It’s quite possible to be happy in your career — because fundamentally, you love what you do — bu

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