You’re Invited!

I was invited to participate in what’s called a blog tour by author and blogger Sheryl Dluginski. (Check out her website here!)

The plan is to answer four questions about my writing process, then introduce three new bloggers who will do the same next week as the tour continues on. You’re invited to jump in on the tour now!

1. What am I working on?
I am always juggling a number of projects professionally. My most pressing project is compiling all — yes, all! — of the best tips for a better night’s sleep. Coming up will be a piece on spring allergies (yay, spring!), and on the back burner are some fitness-heavy ideas, like all the things you’re doing wrong when you squat and a whole bunch of fun plank variations.

Personally, I journal regularly, often in the form of poetry. Most of these scribblings are not at all intended for public consumption, but every once in a while I let one slip.

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Notes from the Brooklyn Blogfest

Last week I had the opportunity to attend the 5th annual Brooklyn Blogfest at the Brooklyn Lyceum in Park Slope.

It’s always an interesting experience to attend an event as a professional (I was on assignment for the Brooklyn Downtown Star) that has some personal meaning to me (being a blogger). I tried to capture this duality in the piece published in this week’s Star.

It’s also available online, here.