I’ve written about everything from wellness and relationships to personal finance and career—plus travel, fashion, food, and just about everything in between, including defenses of remaining childless by choice and unlined bras, pageantry, and socializing solo. And yeah, I write (and have written) copy/business content, even as a ghost on behalf of some pretty big movers and shakers whose identity is on the hush. At the end of the day, my goal is selfishly altruistic (is that even a thing? if not, I just made it up): I want to make my readers—primarily, women who range in age from their early 20s to late 40s—feel empowered, and maybe a bit more at ease with themselves, whether that means finding a point of relation in one of my essays, or discovering a nugget of a takeaway in a service piece.

As of February 2015, this section is very heavily under construction. I’ve got seven years of experience to flesh out, and tracking down the missing pieces is going to take a little while. In the meantime, you can browse links to my favorite and/or most recent work. If you’re looking for something specific, or if you have questions, feel free to reach out, and I’ll be happy to send you a clip (or several) from my archive.


You can access the full archive of my dating/nightlife column, Let’s Go Out, which ran from January 2013 through March 2014, here. All other work, a few samples of which are below, reflects reported pieces I’ve contributed as a correspondent. Unfortunately, their site hierarchy is somewhat of a mess, thanks to a shift to new host, and so my reported pieces are not archived uniformly. I’ve got more, though, if you want ’em.

Can Twitter predict the economy?

An interview with author Steve Siebold

Vegan dining picks around the Hub

Cocktails + Joints

You can access the full archive of my work (reported pieces, interviews, neighborhood guides, and a photoshoot featuring moi) here.

Critical Flame

Getting Off and Getting Even


You can access the full archive of my work (reported pieces, social commentary and essays) here.


I wrote a column about the writing life from 2012 to 2013, and have contributed reported pieces intermittently on an ongoing basis, all of which appeared/appears both in print and online. Unfortunately, their site hierarchy is a bit wonky following a redesign, so nothing is archived accordingly. Until I get access to that (the archive), you can feast on a few clips below.

Surviving the Boston Book Festival

Interview with Phoebe Baker Hyde


I wrote book reviews for the publication’s ‘Lettres’ section from early 2009 to mid-2011, which appeared both in print and online. Their digital format has gone through a redesign since, though, so contact me directly for clips.


You can view the full archive of my work as a contributing editor, i.e. breaking/updating news, here. All other pieces constitute original content/essays created specifically for the site.

How to Talk Dirty Like a Pro

Stop Apologizing!

How to Tell Your Nosy Friends and Family Members You Don’t Want Kids


Is Being Too Generous Bad for Your Friendships?

How FOMO Nearly Ruined My Finances 

Confessions of a Reformed Money Meddler


The Bra Strap Bonanza

Northshore magazine

Interview with Deborah Sloan of It’s A Date!

Interview with Celebrity Stylist Mike Karg

Interview with Miss Massachusetts Teen Madyson Milordi

Racked (essays)

Making Peace with My ’90s Brows

The Self-Help Detox

In Defense of The Unlined Bra


5 Things To Feel Good About on International Women’s Day

Lindsey Vonn Wins Her 65th World Cup Because She’s The Best

Hilary Duff Celebrates Sister Haylie’s Baby Shower With The Cutest Video

Chris Hemsworth Brought His Brothers to Saturday Night Live

The Rundown

Boo, this (men’s lifestyle and fashion) site is now defunct. Luckily, I’m a screenshotter extraordinaire. Contact me for clips.


Avoid These Common Condom Mistakes (Sorry, Mom!)

So You Want to Learn How to Ski

Common Ski and Snowboard Injuries


Meeting Up: The New Black


You can view the full archive of my work (social commentary and essays, or a mix of the two) here.


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