I've been a full-time writer since 2012. My specialties are health, science, home, news, music, in-depth research, pop culture, film and TV, branded content, interviews, SEO, and creative writing.
Does Depression Make You Feel Tired? Reasons and How to Cope
If you’ve wondered why you wake up so tired, despite getting hours of sleep, it could be due to depression...
Study On Link Between Conspiracies and Cancer Myths Stirs Controversy
A study by Spanish researchers found a link between online misinformation and believing in myths about the causes of cancer. However, the research was met with criticism by some in the medical community...
Barriers to Independent Living: Architecture
Inaccessible design impacts our mobility. Let's examine how architecture and design impact independent living.
Bringing modern comfort to a 19th-century house
With the help of Sealed, first-time homeowner Gretchen Heinel transformed her 150-year-old house into a more comfortable place to live and work...
Sheria Mattis: Your compliments have not cured my depression. Yet!
I sat down with Brooklyn, Bed Stuy-native, writer-comedian, Sheria Mattis to talk about baby Black girl Chris Farley impressions, The Fibroids: A Love Story, and why toxic masculinity’s long reign in comedy must end.
How Disability Culture is Changing the Way We View Innovation
We have innovation to thank for hundreds of inventions many of us take for granted today. But technology without accessible design proves time after time to lead to less than helpful or even failed products...
AC not blowing cold air? Here’s how to fix it
Don’t sweat. In this guide, we’ll help you troubleshoot an AC system that’s blowing warm air...
Best Self-Care Gifts For You And Your Loved Ones This Christmas
From decorating the tree to gift shopping, Christmas is all about giving. Sometimes, though, we forget to care for ourselves...
Scientists Have Created a Cat-Allergy 'Vaccine'
People with cat allergies—rejoice! Swiss researchers have done a promising study on a possible cat allergy vaccine that doesn’t involve any human shots or medicines.
The vaccine, which is called HypoCat, is not for people but for cats. It goes after a certain protein, or allergen called Fel d 1, which cats make.
Not only would it help cat lovers, but the vaccine can potentially help lower the number of cats in animal shelters.
Cat-lovers with a pesky cat allergy—you may be in luck. Swiss-base...
Phil's Carbon Copy
A personal essay about grief, transness, and aging into your parents.
'Well, I'm an only child': Why Kaylee Barnes Writes Comedy
‘Why Are You Funny’ highlights QTPoC comedic writers on their funny writings, words, and selves. This month, I sat down with San Diego-born funny person and aspiring TV scriptwriter, Kaylee Barnes.
Christmas Blues: Why Do I Feel Sad During Christmas
Christmas is a time for holiday cheer, but for some, it’s quite the opposite. The Christmas blues, which cause short-term mental distress, plague many people during the holidays...
Making a “forever home” a better home
With comprehensive insulation and HVAC upgrades from Sealed, Jordan Silvestri made his family’s forever home more comfortable and efficient...
Interview: The ‘daring’ London music label making waves on screen
Hildur Guðnadóttir got everyone talking as the critically-acclaimed composer for Joker (2019).
We are all in transition: On the queerness of change
"We’re all in transition. It’s the most natural thing in the world."