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SEO Blogging: Are your blog posts search engine optimized?

This post was published on the Pivot Communication blog If written well, blog articles add educational and informative content to senior living community websites. Additionally, these articles offer dynamic content — every blog is another searchable page for Google to... Continue Reading →


One Last Goodbye

This article was written for my Local Travel Writing course How many missteps could I make in one day? The Old Town neighborhood of Alexandria, Virginia, was the place to answer that question. The red cobblestone streets, while picturesque, were... Continue Reading →

The Other Side

This article was written for my Feature Writing course My eyes follow the Chesapeake Bay Bridge sprawling before me in the distance. My boyfriend and I are only halfway across, and I'm already imagining reaching the other side and seeing... Continue Reading →

Review of “Hope: A Memoir of Survival in Cleveland”

A non-descript white house sits on the side of a street in Cleveland, Ohio. Cars drive by, neighbors chat on the sidewalk, and the sun beats down on the black pavement -- the world is moving. However, inside this house... Continue Reading →

Goodwill: Through a Critical Theory Lens

When buying clothes from Goodwill Industries consumers believe they are contributing to a better society -- recycling clothing, giving to charity, and supporting the disabled workers Goodwill employs. However, it's surprising to discover that the CEO of Goodwill makes more... Continue Reading →

Chris McCandless’ Conflict: Through an Ethical Communication Lens

You are wrong if you think joy emanates only or principally from human relationships. God has placed it all around us. It is in everything and anything we might experience. We just have to have the courage to turn against... Continue Reading →

The Wearer’s Burden

Negotiating Sexuality and Gender The Wearer's Burden: The Assumed Identities of Individuals with Tattoos and Piercings I am confident. I am unique. I am strong. I am brave. I am feminine in my own right. I own my beauty. I... Continue Reading →

The Missing Kennedy is a story of compassion and hope despite tragedy

This review was written during my internship with Bancroft Press Who isn’t intrigued by the Kennedys? Everyone has an opinion of the famous family, but one of the most important opinions comes from Elizabeth Koehler-Pentacoff, author of The Missing Kennedy:... Continue Reading →

Both Sides of the Line is not just for sports fans

This review was written during my internship with Bancroft Press Football extends far beyond a Boston high school’s field in Kevin Kelly’s memoir, Both Sides of the Line, which is set to release July 1, 2016. Following in his brother’s footsteps... Continue Reading →

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