I was at my friend’s Halloween party, standing by myself, holding a red Solo cup of Chardonnay, and wishing I’d put some effort into my costume. Wearing a flowy tank top to hide my post-partum belly, skinny jeans, and a hat shaped like a pineapple, my look was, ”I have a baby and a toddler … Continue reading If You’re Scared You’re Winning
If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, you might have noticed that an essay I wrote got published at the Washington Post. (Click here to read it). It explores why, as someone who eschews mainstream sports, I find so much joy in my young daughters' loyalty to the Red Sox. In it I write, … Continue reading To Get Your Personal Essay Published, Try This.
Last week I was thrilled to see my article on Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) on The Washington Post's On Parenting Section. I knew I wanted to write about this topic ever since Sweet Pea came home from school practicing (and teaching us) her "soup breathing," "birthday cake breathing," and "pretzel breathing." Her teacher doesn't … Continue reading My Article on Social and Emotional Learning in The Washington Post
I'm not great with metrics but I think it's fair to say that I wrote more this year than I've ever written in my life put together, except maybe the year I did NaNoWriMo. I wrote at least once a week for Parent Co., which was my main gig, plus I wrote regularly for a couple … Continue reading The best thing that ever happened to my writing life
Guys, I made ten thousand dollars as a freelance writer, running coach, and (primarily) stay at home mom with limited childcare this year... and I'm going to tell you how. I'm not saying my magic formula is going to work for you. I'm just saying it worked for me. Are you ready? I worked really … Continue reading How I made 10k this year as a freelancer (and a stay at home mom)