Katie Moritz

Katie Moritz is Rewire's web editor and a Pisces who enjoys thrift stores, rock concerts and pho. She covered politics for a newspaper in Juneau, Alaska, before driving down to balmy Minnesota to help produce long-standing public affairs show "Almanac" at Twin Cities PBS. Now she works on this here website. Reach her via email at [email protected] Follow her on Twitter @katecmoritz and on Instagram @yepilikeit.

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Spending Too Much Time With Your Partner? How to Fix It

It’s easy to get swept up in dating someone new. Cozying up at home every single night can […]

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This ‘Nonprofit Nerd’ Helps Organizations Get the Word Out

Growing up, Sarah Crumrine always wanted to do a job that made a difference. Now she’s helping people […]

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How to Talk to a Friend About Their Bad Relationship

There are many fish in the sea. But it just so happens that your friend has hooked a […]

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How to Vacation with In-Laws, According to People Who Have

Last summer, my partner went on a full-tilt European vacation—beer steins, pretzels, lederhosen, the works—with my whole family […]

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Is Your Partner Making You Bad With Money?

The division of labor in a relationship is one of the top sticking points for couples. Who takes […]

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How Should You Handle Questions About Having Kids?

It’s the trifecta of uncomfortable questions at a family get-together. If you’re single: “Are you seeing anyone special?” […]

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What Could a New Supreme Court Justice Mean for Us?

There’s a lot of buzz around President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Brett Kavanaugh. The […]

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Why Living Together Costs You More Than You Think

You move in with someone, buy the pots and pans, and then, when it’s time to move on, […]

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How to Make a Meaningful Apology

There’s a reason Elton John sang “sorry seems to be the hardest word.” Apologizing isn’t always easy. For […]

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The Rock ‘n’ Roll, DIY Spirit of Caydence Records & Coffee

Sometimes, if you want it done right, you have to do it yourself. That’s the mentality of Chad […]

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How to Stop Stress from Derailing Your Day

Have you ever had to recall something from a stressful experience you had the day before—only to realize […]

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Indigenous Roots is Claiming Space for Artists of Color

It started with dance. Mary Anne and Sergio Quiroz formed their Aztec dance group, Kalpulli Yaocenoxtli, more than […]