Why Cause Marketing is So Important Right Now

In 2006, I lost my 28-year-old sister, Liz, to a brutal form of Breast Cancer. She had found a lump in her breast at the age of 23, but was told by doctors that she was too young and had nothing to worry about. Fast forward to when she was 26 and woke up one day to...

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Supporting First Responders and Small Business

My clients are business owners—mostly small business—which means my work has been greatly affected to the point of ZERO. Everything has been cancelled or postponed and despite that major setback, and not being able to see my family which meant I had to watch my...

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Since You’re Home

It’s hard to put into words what this time is like since most of us have never lived through anything like this. For myself, not a lot has changed. Both my husband and I work from home and we don’t have kids. We’ve also been ordering most of our life online for over a...

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Thank You for Your Support

My latest published article was definitely my hardest. It required the most amount of research, interviews, emails and doubt. I desperately did not want to let Dr. Drew Pinsky, an addiction medicine specialist who has worked with mental illness for thirty...

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Article: How Prop. 47 Fueled the Homeless Epidemic

My advocacy and writing has put me in touch with the coolest people from district attorneys who have solved the most notorious serial killer cases to top law enforcement officials who are using their platform to protect people statewide. It was an honor to meet a...

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Article: Dr. Drew’s Plan to End Homelessness

I often forget my writing “career" started in pigtails, in a bedroom I shared with my late sister. When my siblings asked for bikes one Christmas, I asked for a desk, where I would write long, dramatic tales on binder paper, single-space, front and back. I even drew...

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Interview: Dr. Drew Midday Live (Third Time)

I was happy to talk with Dr. Drew Pinsky and Leeann Tweeden on their radio show today the third time to discuss why our public health and safety issues are getting worse despite billions being spent. You can listen to it here.

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Help Me Support This Incredible Organization

Every year my advocacy group, Land Park Society, raises money for a charitable organization. In 2017, we raised thousands for The Mustard Seed School (part of Loaves and Fishes), which provides schooling, counseling and medical treatment to homeless children. In 2018,...

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