Ah, words, how I love thee. Let me count the ways–

Copywriting: Do people say your website is hard to understand? Do you need blurbs or descriptions written? How about an email newsletter to your customers? Press releases, profiles, bios, speeches, and brochures are a few more examples – but whatever you need.

SEO articles: Search Engine Optimization is what helps your website rank higher on Google, and adding a blog to your website is one way to improve yours. I can write the whole thing, or I can optimize already written posts. Ghostwriting is A-OK with me.

Creative/Random/Fun: Are you writing your vows, but not great at turning feelings into words? Perhaps you’re starting a ridiculous club that needs a ridiculous manifesto. Maybe you tell a favorite story that you’d like to have as an actual story? Do tell.

In addition to private freelancing, I’ve written for Huffington Post, Ravishly, Teen Vogue, MindBodyGreen, She Knows, and Tiny Buddha, among others. Writing has also been integrated throughout my career and education and has been crucial to each.

For writing jobs I work based off estimates, the estimate is the final and complete price, no surprises.

Let me know what you’re in need of and I’ll get you an estimate stat




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FamilyCare Health:

7 Ways to Eat Healthy

Huffington Post:

How a Vitamin Deficiency Nearly Killed Me
What I Learned from Months of Being So Sick I Couldn’t Leave My Studio Apartment Sans Help
My Weight Made Me Invisible and I Kinda Miss It
My Sex Life Needed Some Time Off: Lessons from Abstinence

XoJane (RIP. We won’t forget you, Jane Magazine):
How I Went Gluten and Dairy Free without Losing My Damn Mind
How to Throw a Fundraiser for a Cause You LOVE

The Numinous:
Spiritual Shrooming: My Awakening

6 Lessons for Introverts That Love People Time
How I Stopped Giving a Shit about My Size
Single Living vs. Couple Living: Game On
7 Tips for the Chronically Ill

8 Quotes from “Say Anything” that Teach Us to Rock at Life
How Losing Someone’s Approval Can Set You Free

Yogi Approved:
5  Tips to Support a Seriously Struggling Friend

The Mighty:
How I Learned There’s No Shame In Being Ill