About Us

Simplemost is an upbeat lifestyle brand owned by E.W. Scripps. We know life is stressful and the news can be depressing. That’s why we provide a steady stream of good news guaranteed to make you smile and simple solutions to make life easier. Our stories touch all aspects of life — from money and travel to food and home to parenting and pets. No matter the topic, Simplemost is here to inform, delight and help you make the most out of life.
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Meet the Team

Meg Streit

Meg brings over 15 years of journalism experience to Simplemost Media. She was previously the managing editor of Make It Better and her work has appeared in Kiplinger, Huffington Post, Crain’s Chicago Business, Refinery29 and Jezebel. Juggling a career and two young kids, Meg is passionate about finding the best products, recipes, shortcuts and organizing tips to make life simpler and more fun. In her (very rare) downtime, she enjoys gardening, travel and dining outdoors on the few days a year Chicago weather permits it!

Jenn Fields

Managing Editor
Jenn Fields serves as Simplemost Media’s managing editor from Colorado, where she has worked as a reporter and editor, freelance and on staff at newspapers, for the past 16 years. After earning her master’s from University of Missouri’s journalism school, Jenn began a decade-long career in community journalism, writing and editing for the Boulder Daily Camera and Denver Post. As a freelancer, she has covered a diverse range of topics, from outdoor culture to climate science to religion.

Taylor Kuether

Taylor Kuether is a writer, reporter and editor with more than 12 years of editorial experience and bylines in The Washington Post, National Geographic, HuffPost, Los Angeles Times and more. Before joining the Simplemost Media team, she served as a digital director at Discovery, Inc. and social media manager at the National Geographic Society. Based in Chicago, she’s a proud Wisconsin native (go Pack!), avid nonfiction reader and fan of comedy, live music and art exhibits.

Our Writers & Editors

Anna Weaver

Anna is a multimedia journalist living in Hawaii.
Articles by Anna

Bridget Sharkey

Bridget is a freelance writer/ghostwriter with a background in publicity. As a ghostwriter, she conceives, researches and composes original content for clients in the fields of business, hospitality, lifestyle, technology and relationships. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin, with her husband and children, Maeve and Malcolm.
Articles by Bridget

Helen Lee

Helen is a writer and editor from the Chicago area. She's a single soccer mom who loves volunteering, video games, and tea.
Articles by Helen

Jennifer Graham Kizer

Jennifer has written features and essays for over a dozen magazines, including American Baby, Cosmo, Cosmo Girl, Fit Pregnancy, Good Housekeeping, Health, Marie Claire, Parents, Parenting, Redbook, Self, Teen People, and TV Guide. She's currently an editor at Real Simple.
Articles by Jennifer

Kaitlin Gates

Kaitlin is a freelance multimedia journalist with a background in newspaper and broadcasting. She has a degree in journalism and psychology, enjoys writing, editing, animals, music and movies/TV. When she's not writing, you can usually find her on her yoga mat, whipping up a new vegetarian dish or at a wine tasting with friends.
Articles by Kaitlin

Kathleen St. John

Kathleen St. John is a freelance journalist. She lives in Denver with her husband, two young children and an elderly mutt named Daisy.
Articles by Kathleen

Marie Rossiter

Marie is a freelance writer and content creator with more than 20 years of experience in journalism. She lives in southwest Ohio with her husband and is almost a full-fledged empty nest mom of two daughters. She loves music, reading, word games, and Walt Disney World.
Articles by Marie

Tod Caviness

Tod covered everything from nightlife to Orlando's literary scene (yes, it has one) during his 11 years with the Orlando Sentinel. These days, he's a freelance journalist and recovering poet who lives in Central Florida with his lovely wife, two brilliant kids and one underachieving dog.
Articles by Tod