The written word is my life, both reading it and penning my own. I revel in books, stories, and words. I believe that being a writer is one of the most crucial lines of work to our culture and society at large. Writers elicit change. They shape and can even alter beliefs and behaviors. They educate and advise. They shine a light on things that were attempted to be kept hidden, when they desperately needed to be seen and spoken of. Writers comfort and offer emotional support. They can gift us with a sense of, “wow, me too” and the feeling that we aren’t alone in whatever experience our life might be. Writers bring people together with their stories and thoughts. They heal hearts and teach empathy. They challenge others to think deeper and more critically. They transform people, lives, and can even shift the world on its axis.
We need writers. The health, wisdom, healing, and continued growth of our culture and humanity depends on it. The human spirit relies on us.
For more on my work, check out the Published Works page.
I’m a regular contributing writer on Medium, and a top writer in several categories.
I am also the author of self-published cookbook, Sweet. Raw. Free. A Collection of Recipes That Are Grain-Free, Dairy-Free, Without Refined Sugar, and Raw.
I have been published on a handful of online publications, including The Good Men Project, Thought Catalog, and Superfat.
I have a personal essay in the literary journal, Drunk Monkeys.
Main Topics of my Writing
- Romantic Relationships
- Health (mental and physical)
- Books and Reading
- Family relations
Praise from Readers
“Thank you for writing this. It’s exactly what I needed to hear and be reminded of right now.”
“I resonate with this whole piece. Beautiful.”
“Brilliant. Bravo! I could have highlighted the whole of this article.”
“You write beautifully.”
“I am just awed by your work.”
“Loved this piece of writing so much, and have highlighted a number of meaningful passages.”
“Brought me to tears. Thank you so much for sharing such wisdom.”
“Best summary on this topic I’ve ever read.”
“So many great inspirations in this article. Thank you for contributing it.” -Dr. Christine Bradstreet