I’m a twenty-something-year-old writer and journalist from Buffalo, N.Y. who drinks her weight in coffee and asks way too many questions.
I love to write as often as I can, in as many genres as possible. Words are powerful tools that can change the conversation about the world as we know it. For me, writing is a way of making sense of this crazy life, and I love to share other people’s stories, as well as my own. My articles have appeared in In Good Health–Buffalo, The Lockport Union-Sun & Journal, Syracuse Woman Magazine, and The Oswegonian. One of my stories also won a Syracuse Press Club Award.
When I’m not glued to my keyboard or a pen, I’m lobbying for the window seat on a flight going anywhere, sipping a cup of coffee while planning my next adventure, or taking pictures of everything and anything that catches my eye. To date, I’ve been to Spain, England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Canada, the Caribbean, and all over the U.S., but I’m hoping that’s just the start of my love affair with travel. My list is long and my life, short.
Despite my lofty dreams, I’m just a winging my way through the chaos and figuring it out as I go along–but, really, aren’t we all?