As a writer, I have contributed articles to The New York Times
, and for over two years wrote a bi-weekly column, “Mom U,” for its college education blog. I currently write a column for PsychologyToday.com
called “The Right Balance,
” focusing on health and wellbeing, and have written articles and essays for a variety of newspapers, magazines and websites.
Earlier in my career, I worked in the editorial departments at several magazines, including Rolling Stone. Parents
, and later taught magazine writing as an adjunct professor at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. Most recently, I co-edited—as well as contributed an essay to—Drinking Diaries: Women Serve Their Stories Straight Up
(Seal Press, 2012), an anthology about women’s relationship with alcohol.
In addition to being a life coach and a writer, I am a mother and wife, a dog-loving nature enthusiast, and an adventure-seeking traveler. I am a meditator, a yogi, a foodie and a Francophile.
When I’m not writing, coaching or leading workshops in my cozy office in Larchmont, New York, you may find me hiking on the trails in the Berkshires, in Massachusetts, or perhaps in my kitchen, trying out a new recipe with my dogs cuddling nearby.