CoMo Tech: Molly Wright


Who are you?

Molly Wright, mother of four grown children, avid out-doorsey sort of gal who lives without cable and still manages to survive.

What do you do for money?

Freelance writer. [Molly is also a contributor to The COMO Collective. Her articles can be found here.]

What do you do for fun?

Hiking, walking the trails around town, reading (pretty much ALL the time), writing fiction, hanging out with friends and family, trying new things whenever I can!

I would characterize my relationship with technology as:

It’s a love/hate relationship since I have to use technology on a daily basis. In fact, when my husband and I want to get away, we look for places to stay that don’t even have TV reception. 🙂

Smart or dumb phone? What kind? If smart, what are the three apps you use most?

iPhone. I’m still trying to figure out which of us is smarter though…

Mac or PC or Other?


I use Twitter for:

Business and personal stuff

I use Facebook for:

Keeping up with friends and family

Do you write a blog? What’s it about?

I have a “green” blog called greenupforlife; I also write a blog for my business site. (Both sites I have neglected during the holiday chaos – do I hear resolution?)

Do you read any blogs? What are three of your favorites?

I normally read my son, Colin Wright’s: Exile Lifestyle. I don’t have any others that I read religiously, but I read any and all that interest me at the time.

Go-to menu item and restaurant in CoMo?

I’m a big fan of Upper Crust‘s quiche of the day and salad – yum!! Also, pretty fond of the burgers at Billiards on Broadway (talk about two ends of the healthy food spectrum, right!)

What is your favorite beverage?

Water and milk (sigh-yes, I’m dull). As far as alcoholic – love Ménage ã Trois red wine!

Friends are visiting from out-of-town. You’re for-sure taking them to:

Shakespeare’s – a favorite since my college days. 🙂

My favorite city/town/hamlet/state/country/province in the world (after CoMo, of course) is:

Fairbanks, Alaska – did an internship there in college and loved the land and the people.

Wright Zip Lining

Thanks, Molly!

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