In more than two decades as a journalist, I’ve written about how to hit the cutoff man and water desalination systems, and just about everything in between.
I’m a contributing editor for Men’s Health where I report on relationships, money, travel, work, health, stress, parenting and food. Sometimes all at once. I specialize in service journalism with a twist, as in the best places for everything, jumpstart any situation, succeed like Michael Dell, handle pressure like a NBA Finals MVP, how to write a detective novel, and whether flu shots and honest feedback ever really work. I also tend to make lists, such as:
- Inventions that need to exist
- Three words to live by
- Goals that can be scrapped
- Stuff that happens only in the movies
- Lessons from spring training
- 18 things a grown man should never have
- How to get a second date by not being an idiot on the first
My work has appeared in The Boston Globe Magazine, Women’s Health, Baby Center, The Old Farmer’s Almanac, Delta Air Lines’ Sky magazine, Redbook, Tablet Magazine and Family Circle. I was the columnist for the Boston Parents’ Paper, and I’m a writer for MIT’s Industrial Liaison Program, profiling research and start-ups companies, and hitting topics such as aerospace design, liquid metal batteries, and, yes, water desalination systems.