Lately, in my work, I’ve been asking the question, “What makes a healthy life?” I’ve been exploring wellness from a variety of angles: whether I’m writing about Norris Cotton Cancer Center’s Reiki Volunteer Program, the benefits of Masters Swimming, or lessons from my own life experiences.
I’m interested in the subjects of behavioral health, sports, exercise, mindfulness, and nutrition. My experience includes editorial management (newsletters, websites, etc.), web content, articles, essays, and blogs. I’ve written for Women’s Running, Runner’s World, O Magazine, Psychology Today, Eating Well, and other publications. My local (New Hampshire, Vermont) clients include Dartmouth, Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, and the Upper Valley Aquatic Center.
Interested in working together? Please contact me.
“A World-Class Institution Aims to Heal Trauma.” The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs National Center for PTSD. Image (page 89). Winter 2017.
“Swimming: A Meditation.” In my first post for the Upper Valley Aquatic Center’s blog, I explore the link between swimming and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR). November 2017.
“Where Healing Energy Flows.” Norris Cotton Cancer Center’s Volunteer Reiki Program. Here in Hanover (page 74). Fall 2017.
“Show Me the Money.” As crowdfunding becomes increasingly popular, researchers explore what really compels people to give to others online. Psychology Today. January 2017.
“Green Mountain at Fox Run Opens Women’s Center for Binge and Emotional Eating.” Image (page 92). Summer 2016.
Collected articles,Women’s Running Magazine.