CASE STUDY: SEO Results for Financial Services Website

I was hired to create an SEO and content marketing strategy for a mid-sized business in the finance industry. The company had never had an SEO strategy, or even a marketing strategy prior to my start. I strategized and implemented a full-scale SEO and content marketing strategy over the course of 15 months, showing anContinue reading “CASE STUDY: SEO Results for Financial Services Website”

Plague Diaries: Coronavirus in Seattle

Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional, nor am I trying to give anyone advice. This is purely my experience living here in Seattle in March 2020 during the COVID-19 outbreak. It’s Sunday, March 8th, 2020, at 4:30 in the afternoon as I sit down to write this. We’re about two weeks into what I’mContinue reading “Plague Diaries: Coronavirus in Seattle”

Let’s Write a Novel: Creating Your Characters

Creating the characters for your story is easily the most important – and hardest – part. But it can also be the most fun!

So How Are Those Goals Going, Anyway?

How much have I written? How are my workout goals coming? What am I reading? Check it out!

Let’s Talk About 2019: New Year, New Goals

Happy New Year! If you’ve ever talked to me around this time of year, you’ll know that I don’t really like the celebration of New Year’s Eve/Day. I find it to be somewhat arbitrary and get tired of people always saying they’re going to “reinvent” themselves every time a new year starts. Though I don’tContinue reading “Let’s Talk About 2019: New Year, New Goals”

What I Wish Other Christians Understood About My Depression

Writing this piece makes me tense. I’ve mentioned before that I’m a fairly private person, and I particularly don’t like talking about my faith online. This is a combination of the fact that – to me – faith is very personal, and because in the past, no matter what I’ve said about my faith, I’veContinue reading “What I Wish Other Christians Understood About My Depression”

Together In Solitude: 6 Ways Mentally Ill People Experience Loneliness

Most of my friends who struggle with depression (which is a lot of them) all confide in me the same exact thing. Even though we all know each other, and know that we all have mental illness – we all feel incredibly lonely. At the best of times, we feel like a community. At theContinue reading “Together In Solitude: 6 Ways Mentally Ill People Experience Loneliness”