I am a writer and multimedia journalist living in Madison, Wisconsin. My expertise is in women's health, psychology, mental health, fitness and travel. Formerly at Chicago Tribune and Tampa Bay Times.
My mind gets a little fuzzy when I concentrate for too long. So, to protect my focused time, I rearranged my life, trading a steady salary as a multimedia journalist covering the tech world for flexibility as a freelance writer focusing on health and wellness. Working less, not more, holds the key to my productivity.
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