Stacey Freeman is a writer and blogger from the New York City area, lifestyle editor at Worthy.com, and the founder and managing director of Write On Track, LLC, a full-service consultancy dedicated to providing high-quality content to individuals and businesses. A respected voice for divorce issues affecting both women and men, Stacey has been published in The Washington Post, Entrepreneur, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Woman’s Day, Town & Country, The Huffington Post, xoJane, Scary Mommy, The Stir, MariaShriver.com, The Good Men Project, and various well-known platforms worldwide. Stacey is frequently called upon for her expertise and insights on the divorce experience and has repeatedly been quoted in The Huffington Post's divorce vertical. After working briefly in the fashion industry, Stacey took time off from her career to raise her family. A divorce “survivor” and mother of three older school-age children, Stacey reinvigorated her career, first by authoring the now concluded popular blog, MiddleAgedMan-ia (originally penned pseudonymously and currently at 1,000,000+ page views), then going on to become DivorcedMoms’ senior editor. Today, Stacey helps private clients clarify and convey their message so they may reach their personal and professional goals. The manuscript for Stacey’s upcoming book, a carefully curated collection of blog posts, articles, and never-before-seen essays, is near completion and available for review by interested literary agents and publishers. Stacey holds her B.A. in English, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from the University at Albany and her J.D. from Boston University School of Law.