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I market things I believe in.

I love to use my word nerdery to help market products and companies I believe in. I have done a ton of freelance content marketing work. I also worked full-time as a writer/editor for The Ligne Group, a full-service marketing firm for the luxury shelter industry. 

I currently am the content manager for REP Fitness, my favorite gym equipment company. I work on product descriptions and launches, edit newsletters, and I launched a new blog for the company, among other fun projects.

I love feature writing. 

I wrote an award-winning fashion column for the Boulder Daily Camera. For about 15 years, I was primarily a features writer there, covering fitness, pop culture, health, music, religion, food, home and garden, family, arts and youth. I wrote a fitness column for the newspaper for more than a decade. 

For Digital First Media, I ran syndicated fashion coverage of the Hollywood Red Carpet at the Golden Globes and the Grammys.


You may have also seen my articles in Oprah's O Magazine and on the cover of Yoga Journal (both in the United States and Germany). 

I am a leader in digital journalism.


For two years, I worked on Media News Group's IdeaLab, an elite team of journalists nationwide who explored how to use new media and technology to improve the field. I am the "Modern Lois Lane," a mobile journalist.

My experience spans social media campaigns, building websites, teaching college-level workshops about mobile journalism, filming and editing videos and blogging.


If words are involved, so am I.


See my resume for more info.


I am a storyteller.


I am a professional journalist. For years, I was a blogger for the Huffington Post Weird News. I am still a travel contributor for USA Today and


Books are my jam.


In 2020, I released my own travel book, "Colorado Day Trips By Theme," which hit the #1 best-seller and new release in Road Travel Reference; #1 new release for Budget Travel Guides; and #1 new release in family activities on, among other high rankings.

I have edited and contributed to more than 60 other books, including for Alpha/Penguin publishing ( and Random House, as well as multiple Amazon best-sellers and award-winners. I've ghostwritten several full novels, too, but I can't tell you about them or I would have to kill you. 


I also enjoy writing short stories, mostly nonfiction-inspired and suspense. 

I specialize in travel writing. 

I am the nation's top writer on Colorado travel. I am also a Colorado native.


I was a Colorado travel writer for CultureTrip, named the fastest growing travel and media brand on social media in 2019, with about 20 million monthly unique visitors; 2.7 million app downloads; and 8 million social media followers. CultureTrip has won more than 30 awards, including 16 Telly awards, 2 Webby awards and 10 Muse Creative awards -- just since 2019.

I was the Colorado Travel Expert for TripSavvy, one of the top 10 travel websites with 6.3 million+ monthly visitors a month. TripSavvy is a part of Dotdash (formerly, which was named Digiday's Publisher of the Year in 2018.

I write travel articles for USA Today (one of the top travel sites in North America) and (considered the world's most influential voice in luxury and spa travel). Since 2013, I have worked on the Fodor's Travel Guides (the world's largest English-language travel guide company, published by RandomHouse), and I write for Fodor's gets 4 million unique visitors each month; has a half a million social media followers; distributes 300 different print and eBook guides; and won the Webby's People Voice Award for Websites - Travel. 

For three years, I was also the head writer and editor for I crafted the editorial vision, handled most writing and editing and helped launch the website and a print magazine. I also served as the photo editor.

I wrote for Denver Life Magazine, often on travel, both statewide and internationally (China, Aruba, Iceland, Peru). I also covered travel for (12 million unique visitors per month).


I traveled Haiti and Africa to write award-winning, in-depth, narrative-style articles about the economic and health plights. I studied international journalism at the University of Heidelberg in Germany and am fluent in German.



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