|Cherie talked about reconnecting with a long-lost friend in the September 2016 issue of Family Circle.||Cherie shared her tip for using handwritten notes to create new art projects in the Autumn 2017 issue of GreenCraft magazine.
|Cherie’s article on “Dangerous Friendships” was featured in Christianity Today.||Cherie shared her friendship expertise with BBC America on how expats can make friends in the states.|
|Cherie's article "5 Rules for Dating Over 50" appeared in Match.com's Happen Magazine.||Cherie explains 5 Types of Friends Every Mom Needs for Lifezette.|
|The Bert Show interviewed Cherie about Internet dating.||Is your friendship toxic? Cherie shares her thoughts on some of the signs over at Readers Digest.|
|MSN Money interviewed Cherie for ideas on what not to give someone this holiday season.||
Cherie got the "Last Word," a post about her writing life in Southern Writers Magazine.
|Talking about alternatives to coffee dates at Happen Mag.|
Interviewed for OnMilwaukee.com.
|Cherie's "This I Believe" essay was featured on the front page, along with Ghandi and MLK, Jr.!|
|Cherie talked about a favorite vacation in Real Simple Magazine.||Cherie offers advice in the article 11 Surprising Signs Your Partner is a Keeper at Readers Digest.|
|Cherie's poem "Mystery Path" was published in the September/October edition of Alive Now Magazine.||Cherie's "This I Believe" essay was part of the summer reading program at the University of Louisiana. Cherie's essay is one of 25 that is required reading for the 2016 incoming freshman class.|
|Are you empathetic? Cherie Burbach adds her thoughts on empathy at Readers Digest.||Cherie talks about spring cleaning your profile in Happen Magazine.|
|How to listen better? Cherie Burbach shares tips at Readers Digest.||12 New Years Resolutions for Your Relationship at Readers Digest.|
Thrilled to be featured in Artsy Shark's "For the Love of Pets" article with my print, "Angel Dog."
|Cherie shares tips on how to be naturally charming over at Readers Digest.|
|Thrilled to be a part of the book What to Do When No One Has a Clue along with Real Housewives of New York cast members Countess LuAnn and Bethenny Frankel, Top Chef Rick Bayless, designers Badgley and Mishka, and more. Cherie answered a question on whether or not it’s okay to blog about your date. Her answer rounded out the dating section, and was featured on the same page with the Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger.|