I'm a freelance writer based in Atlanta, GA focusing on the intersections of travel, motherhood, and well-being through joyful, authentic experiences.
I am a former infectious disease epidemiologist who realized that if she wanted her new baby boy to follow his heart and his passions, she had to pursue her own dreams of becoming a writer. Though I became the owner of The World Enough, I still love public health and helping people pursue a healthy lifestyle. In 2019, I become a certified yoga instructor. I enjoy a unique perspective on how parenting, travel, and health have evolved as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
I grew up in the rolling foothills of the North Georgia mountains. I played in the mud, caught bull frogs in pizza boxes, let lightning bugs loose in the house, and looked up at the stars every night. I remember tasting honeysuckle nectar for the first time, and I've been chasing that high ever since. I currently live on an oak-lined street with my husband, our one-year old Elim and two highly opinionated cats, but we are hoping to change that in a couple short years.