My assignments have taken me on a variety of adventures — touring an olive tree farm, trekking the Weminuche Wilderness in search of natural hot springs, and off to India to learn about Ayurvedic medicine. But it’s the people I’ve met along the way who truly inspire me and bring the stories to life. Here are a few selected works.

 

thewashpost“I Escaped My Car and Now Walk 7 Miles Home”
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“Why You Should Hire a Book Coach”
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“ProCreation: Women Share Stories of Infertility Through Artwork”
Well+Being blog
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Westways March April 2015
“A Guide to California Olive Oil”
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“Leap of Faith”
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ArlingtonMag
“Searching for Fertile Ground”
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“Shoe Love”
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“The Golden Notebook”
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“A Climate Adjustment”
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“Hell-bent on Natural Pregnancy”
Salon
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“The SAD Season”
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“When Your Kids Don’t Have Kids”
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“Acupuncture for Babies”
Babble
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“Fertile Ground”
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“Beating Myself Up, Literally”
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“Trying Times”
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National Geographic Traveler: Washington, D.C.
Updated fourth edition
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“How to Cope with Infertility”
Babble
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“An Essayist Finds Her Stride”
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“Field of Dreams”
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“Based on a True Story”
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“Coming Clean”
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“Kitchen Medicine”
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“Breaking the Rules”
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“She’s Got Those Other Coast Blues”
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“Wired”
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“After ‘I Do,’ A Time for Separation from Too Much Stuff”
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“Waltzing Through a Marriage’s First Test”
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