Christine is passionate about helping people live happier, simpler, meaningful, and more beautiful lives. Her passion for "lifestyle editing" is a continuous thread through her work, whether it relates to parenting, fitness, style, or work practices. Her work is multifaceted; the hats she wears include that of a:
Christine is the founder and editor of the award-winning blog Boston Mamas, Boston’s original, independent lifestyle portal for families in Boston and beyond since 2006, and a pioneering blog in the hyperlocal space. A freelance writer in both the parenting and general lifestyle spaces, Christine co-authored her first book with Asha Dornfest. Released in 2013, Minimalist Parenting: Enjoy Modern Family Life More By Doing Less has been featured in Redbook, the New York Times, The Boston Globe, and many other fine media outlets.
Christine's style and creativity have resulted in partnerships with brands that span editorial curation projects and event hosting/partnerships. A sampling of brands she has worked with include: Method, Minted, Stonyfield, Marimekko, Dr. Smith's, Polarn O. Pyret, Tea Collection, Splendid, Fidelity, Microsoft Office, and Bright Horizons.
Christine is a sought after speaker (frequently conjuring the descriptors warm, engaging, funny, smart, relatable, energizing, inspiring...see formal praise here) on the topics of parenting, lifestyle editing, wellness, career evaluation, social media, and entrepreneurism. She has served as a keynote speaker for events across the country and as a panelist/moderator at conferences such as the Massachusetts Conference for Women, Mom 2.0, BlogHer, Altitude Summit, Blogalicious, Type A Parent, and Blissdom.
In 2007 Christine created Posh Peacock, a design firm offering semi-custom paper goods + full custom design services for print and web. In 2014 Christine closed the Posh Peacock semi-custom online store, but still offers custom print/web services as scheduling affords.
Christine utilizes her social media and editorial savvy to create impacting digital campaigns via Women Online/The Mission List. She has developed and executed creative programs for clients such as the American Cancer Society, the Ad Council, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, Care.com, and the National Center for Learning Disabilities.