Keri Wiginton is a multimedia journalist. Her expertise lies in photography, health, psychology, tech and travel. She is currently living in Colorado mountain country.
Attention, introverts: Tips for how to travel for your temperament
Traveling as an introvert can be exhausting. Here are some tips to wander without the weariness.
Feminism, dating and who should pay for the meal
How does a feminist handle dating and grabbing the check?
How do I get to the sex part of 'Netflix and chill'?
Advice on how to make a move...or not, when someone wants to "Netflix and chill."
How the low-FODMAP diet helped me beat my bloat - Chicago Tribune
How the low-FODMAP diet helped me beat my bloat - C...
I got Botox — and here's what happened.
I got Botox — and I'm conflicted about it.
Productive on six hours of sleep? You’re deluding yourself, expert says
A sleep scientist reveals just how bad getting less than seven hours of sleep is for the brain and body.
Should I pretend to like sports to score girls? - RedEye Chicago
Should I pretend to like sports to score girls? - R...
We're just fooling around, but can I ask him to stop smoking?
Can someone ask a guy they're talking to (fooling around with) to stop smoking cigarettes?
We had an awful first date. How can I score a second?
How does a woman bounce back from a bad first date?
The Threesome Guide to meeting the parents - RedEye Chicago
The Threesome Guide to meeting the parents - RedEye...
Our 'Threesome' gives advice - RedEye Chicago
Are you smarter than your partner?
Valentine's Day book roundup - Chicago Tribune
Book roundup on biology of love - Chicago Tribune
Is your job making you sick? Author shares ways to make yourself 'stress proof'
Dr. Mithu Storoni shares thoughts in her new book “Stress Proof: The Scientific Solution to Protect Your Brain and Body — and Be More Resilient Every Day.”
How do you deal with the schmuck in your office? - Chicago Tribune
Is someone in your office driving your crazy? Here's how to deal with a disruptive coworker.
Multitasking is making you bad at your job. Here are 4 ways to fix that. - Chicago Tribune
Here are some tips to help you more productive at work.