I write a bit of everything, but I specialize in content marketing articles ranging from 500–1,000 words. Here are some samples of recent work. Check out more clips on my Contently page or email me for marketing collateral samples.

Organize projects with a timeline chart

Sometimes a project is simply too big for a to-do list. When you have multiple or overlapping tasks, a timeline chart can help you see prerequisites and deadlines at a glance. (Post-it.com)

How to conquer, not avoid, difficult tasks

We’ve all had a least one in our lives — the task that lingers on your to-do list for weeks on end. Don’t turn a blind eye. If you’ve got tasks that never seem to go away, it’s time to take a closer look. (Post-it.com)

Prioritize and complete tasks using the 1-3-5 rule

Keeping your eye on the small details and the big picture can be a challenge. Use the 1-3-5 rule to tackle jobs both big and small. (Post-it.com)

Ramping up

Volunteers in eastern Illinois build free wheelchair ramps that keep houses feeling like home. (Livegenerously.com)

Taking math outside the classroom

Help your students study math and other STEM concepts in the great outdoors with Post-it® Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface. (Post-it.com)

Partners in progress

An Arizona nonprofit holds an umbrella of hope over young people. (Livegenerously.com)

5 ways insurance can help more than you think

It can be a flexible, practical financial tool for you and your family. (Thrivent.com

Hit the reset button on your brand

After all the work you do to establish and protect your brand, it’s hard to imagine starting over. But there are actually times when rebranding or refreshing your brand can help you grow your business. (FedEx Updates)

You're mistaken (and that's okay)

Getting students comfortable with mistakes is an important step in building determination and persistence. Post-it® Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface can facilitate that process. (Post-it.com)

Sustainable success

When it comes to ecofriendly products, it can be hard to determine exactly what “sustainable” means. For Honig Vineyard & Winery in California’s Napa Valley, sustainability isn’t just a buzzword but the foundation of a decades-old family business. (FedEx Updates)

Keep student attention with writing

Keep attention and engagement high during these transitional times with Post-it® Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface. (Post-it.com)

Make your meetings work

Meetings. Love them or hate them, they’re a reality of the workplace. While you likely already know some of the most common meeting helpers (clear agendas, strict start and end times, and so on), you might have neglected the most valuable asset for great meetings: your team. (FedEx Updates)

When tomorrow isn't fast enough

Monica Hillier knows courier service. For the past three years, she’s drawn on her decades of transportation, courier and expedited shipping experience to help bring FedEx SameDay® City service to businesses and their customers in Denver, Colorado. Denver is one of several markets in the U.S. where the service is available. (FedEx Updates)

Space: The new world wide web

Satellites are helping connect even the most remote parts of the world. (FedEx Access)

A cut above the rest

Learn how two college friends started the Bouqs Company, a floral company that delivers the freshest flowers from the most sustainable farms. (FedEx Updates)

Service dogs lend a paw

Retrieving Freedom pairs pooches & people in need – with remarkable results. (Livegenerously.com)

Disgusting Jobs

Get ready to be grossed out as you read about some of the nastiest jobs during the Civil War. (Capstone Press)

Here comes the sun

RREAL fights energy poverty with solar power, providing access to electricity for thousands of people. (Livegenerously.com)