Readers, I’m thrilled to share that I’ve taken on the position of Print Managing Editor of Your Teen Magazine for Parents. I love Your Teen’s smart, helpful, down-to-earth writing for parents of tweens and teens, and it’s an honor to be part of getting that writing to you. (Check it out! http://www.yourteenmag.com)
Now, for your part. Please let me know what you want to read about as a parent of 9-19 year olds – what you worry about, what makes you laugh, what moves your heart, and what you need to know. Email me anytime at email@example.com. I’d love to hear from you.
p.s. It’s important to me that I continue to write in addition to editing. So, I promise I’ll still be writing, and I’ll still be sharing those pieces here. Thanks, as always, for reading!
I had the pleasure of interviewing bestselling financial author Beth Kobliner about her latest book. Great info, especially for the money-intimidated.
‘Make Your Kid A Money Genius’ Author Explains How and Why to Talk to Your Kid About Money. Now.
Published in The Washington Post, March 28, 2017
Diversity and integration in our schools might not always be easy, but they are essential to repairing our continued racial divide.
The Diversity Dilemma https://clevelandmagazine.com/in-the-cle/commentary/articles/the-diversity-dilemma
Published in Cleveland Magazine, April 2017
Fun ideas for the birthday kid in your life. (My nieces will recognize their own birthday gifts on this list!)
The Best Bookish Birthday Gifts For 5- and 6-Year-Olds
Published on Brightly, March 10, 2017
Are we parents hovering too much at the doctor’s office? Research says yes.
Why Teens Should Take Charge at the Doctor’s Appointment
Published in Your Teen Magazine
Spoiler: Not necessarily. It’s tricky, though – read on.
Is Technology Killing Creativity?
Published in the January-February 2017 issue of Your Teen Magazine.
Going to the library (or bookstore!) this weekend? Grab these.
14 Classic Children’s Books for 3- to 5-Year-Olds
Published on Brightly October 28, 2016