Craig’s Published Writing
This is a sampling of what I’ve written over the years. It doesn’t include the sites I’ve created for major publishers or being the managing editor in charge of content programmed to millions of people daily. It also doesn’t include the print, TV and radio work I’ve done, but it’s a nice sampling through the years.
Please let me know if you have any questions about any of it. Some are serious, others are fun and a few might make you cringe.
Here’s a story written in the Seattle Times about the video game writing and content work I’ve done:
Seattle Times: Searching Seahawk Camp for Sounds of Football
Fear ends when life begins.
The pride that makes us men, can also be what takes us down.
“We’re so busy watching out for what’s just ahead of us that we don’t take time to enjoy where we are.”
While this one didn’t get millions of page views, it was probably the most engaging story I have ever written. Who knew mini vans would touch such a nerve? (Update: I sold the minivan and never have enough room.)
Paris Hilton? Please. True sexiness is molded by the heat of experience.
This story absolutely blew up as tens of millions of readers weighed in on who has a brain, and a bod.
Part two of this series … and it’s better.
There was a time when we knew what cool was. Cool was James Dean, cool was Bogart, cool was The Fonz being able to stop a fight with a look. Somewhere between ABC canceling Happy Days and beginning of grunge, we lost cool.
No, it’s not just a game. And yes, we do think she’s pretty.
This tongue-and-cheek article was a major hit with over a million people reading and commenting on it.
All holidays were not created equal.
I used to get a rush when I bought music. Growing up, I’d ride my 10-speed into town and flip through their used vinyl just hoping to unearth a jewel. If I had enough money in my pocket, I’d spring for a new tape of one of my favorite bands. Now, that magic is gone.
Take a look at the funniest guys the comedy world has to offer. This wasn’t an easy list to put together.
There has never been a better time for women comedians, and these ten are the funniest.
This is an article I did for a comedy improv package. Nothing like a little dark humor to spice up your day.
This is a look at how far Dads have come over the past 50 years and what role we play in our kid’s lives today.
I caught a lot of heat with this one, but I stand by these five survival skills they’ll need for life.
My latest article to run on MSN include teaching your kids to stand up for themselves.
Sleepless nights and toxic diapers is amateur advice. Here’s what you really need to know. This article was huge hit with millions of readers.
While we all love our kids, in the age of two working parents and insane schedules, we tend to cut corners and neglect important things. That being said, here are 10 big mistakes parents make.
Fun things you can do with the kids without leaving your home.
Remember, it’s not about being trendy, it’s about looking good. MSN has re-run this for five years so it proves that these tips are timeless.
After the age of 40 guys need to do things a little differently. Yet, the style we choose and the grooming we brave every day matters more now than ever before. At this age your clothes shouldn’t define you, but they should solidify who you are. Here are some rules that will not only help the average guy over 40 look better, but feel better as well.
Make sure you match the right color shoes to your pants.
Must have shoes for fall. Most of these are pretty classic and won’t go out of style for the average guy.
Boots are cool, chick dig ‘em and they never go out of style. You can use this as a buying guide.
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