I stumbled onto the world of online journalling—as we called it then—during a search for scrapbook journalling. My discovery was more fascinating than paper journals found in nightstands while babysitting.
As a chronic over-sharer, the idea of having space on the internet was better than squeeze cheese.
I blogged through marrying a pastor, finding the courage to attend college after years of believing I was too stupid to learn, having a baby halfway through my Bachelor of Education degree, leaving the faith I wrestled for over 20 years, fighting the darkness of depression, and into the present.
In the present I’ve quit teaching to start a business as a writer and a content strategist.
These days I blog about the things that make me feel isolated when I live them alone.
I write for the me toos.
I write to fight the war on shame.
My writing has been featured on HuffPo, xoJane, Good Men Project, BLUNTMoms and more. Have a peek at my portfolio.