Recapping the Year

I haven’t posted here in almost a year, but it’s not because I haven’t been writing. It’s the opposite actually. I’ve been writing and editing SO much that I haven’t had time to update my portfolio, so let’s bring you up to speed.

The majority of articles I’ve written are published on San Francisco Moms Blog and Mid-Peninsula Moms Blog because, as the Managing Editor for those publications, I want to share my work on the sites I help run.

I did manage to write a couple extra articles for Her View From Home and Parent.co, which has now been taken over by Motherly: “What My Lonely Neighbor Taught Me About Generosity and Cake” and “Consider Swapping These Two Words to Get What You Want.”

Speaking of Motherly, all of my Parent.co articles have migrated to the new site, but if any links are broken, you can find my Parent.co/Motherly portfolio here.

Things don’t seem to be slowing down, so please be sure to follow my work on SF Moms Blog and MP Moms Blog, and if I magically find more time in the day to write for other publications I’ll (eventually) add those links here. ‘Til then!

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That Time I Was the Minority and Still Had Privilege

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“Maybe if people like me, safely cocooned inside, speak up about our advantages, we can show that the bubble really exists — that our success isn’t all self-made, but due in part (sometimes a large part) to our privileged station… So, here’s a little story about the time I was the minority, and I still had privilege, courtesy of my bubble.

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More Class, Less Sass. The Response to This Facebook Hater is Spot On!

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I was sassy, direct and maybe went a bit too far. What do you think?