I write what you need, when you need it, when it matters the most. This is my promise to you.
A formal research article which discusses the implications of religious practices on university student stress levels. Data collection, research, statistical analysis, and synthesis were all self performed.
This reflection prose was contextually written for a class response, but highlights my ability to incorporate personal reflection and perspective, and storytelling, into an assigned narrative. This piece discusses Indigenous ways of knowing, Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK), sustainable practices, and the importance and power of storytelling, and speaking out to impart truth.
This document was written in response to a general reflection prompt posed in an applied urban development class. While this piece lacks context, I believe it showcases my ability to write for (and apply psychology to) an array of disciplines and topics. This piece highlights one of my niche skill sets, which is to apply my personal knowledge base with external research, to write about topics traditionally outside my wheelhouse, in an applied and accessible way.
A freelancer's advice on creating daily routines and rhythms that foster a flow state, to increase work production, engagement, and enjoyment.
Talking Drugs is a podcast episode written, produced, and published by me, for the sake of educating the general public about the American drug scene, and The War on Drugs. Written as an editorial based on substantial research, my aim was to inform (and potentially influence) mature audiences about a dark reality within our nation, and encourage listeners to broaden their perspectives to create a change we desperately need within our country.