If you count it all up, I’ve had a blog for 23 years. Way back then they were called “diaries,” and I started a brand-spanking-new one every time I stumbled across a prettier version of my old one, which is to say I haven’t changed much since diaries went digital (Goodbye, Xanga! See ya later, Blogger! And so on…). But! I’ve carried over some pieces from previous sites in earnest. Coupled with lots of samples from my freelance and career writing, there’s a variety of stuff here to get a sense of both my writing style and my interests. For spelling-it-out purposes, there is even a section called “Interests.” As you can tell, I’ve thought of everything.
If you’d like to know more about moi (that’s French for “me” FYI), you can stalk find me on a variety of social media platforms in the footer. I am everywhere. (Everywhere = Brooklyn + The Internet.)
Things you won’t find on my resume: my first job as a dishwasher and my brief stint as an auditor shortly after college—plus the many retail jobs and unpaid internships in between. Boring details available upon request, but let’s skip to the good stuff.
I think the funnest part of life is mixing fancy and guilty pleasures. I’m the Miller High Life of people, and Miller High Life is the champagne of beers—both tasty and cheap.