Hello! I'm a freelance journalist and writer, which is exactly what I wanted to be when I grew up. I live in New York City and Chicago. Most of my work is done out of coffee shops. My stories have been published in the Wall Street Journal, BBC, Entrepreneur, Crain’s, iVillage, Woman’s Day, BusinessWeek, BBC, Reuters and the Financial Times. I report on a variety of topics including dining trends, consumer lifestyle and entrepreneurship. I'm an international news junkie, travel extensively and love gadgets. Despite lots of practice, I'm still terrible at yoga. I'm also the founding editor of nap. eat. repeat., a newsletter covering the lives of parents around the world.
In the past, I've created a reality show for Lifetime and covered red carpet events for Us Weekly. I’ve appeared on Good Morning America, NPR and various U.S. radio stations about my work and have been a guest journalism lecturer at Columbia College and an adjunct professor at Loyola University in Chicago.