What do I do?
I do all the things. I am eager to help folks create the content that will help them grow their brand and business. If you need help creating content for your website, writing a press release that will get you media coverage, or even crafting your entire content marketing or social media strategy–I can help.
I’m a positive, upbeat person and I love helping people crush their goals. I won’t stop until we have something to be proud of, and that will get you the results you seek.
Need help crushing personal goals? I will help you put together a kickass resume and cover letter and guide you through the job hunt process–and will even go shopping with you for the perfect interview outfit if you want. (No you don’t have to wear a suit!)
Who am I?
Hello! I’m Danielle–but you probably figured that out already. I like words. A lot.
If you ask my dad, my passion for words started when I was barely walking but would sit around babbling gibberish baby talk until one day it turned into full sentences. I also taught myself to read by the age of 3.
I’ve been writing for a while, too. When I was a kid, I would write books on construction paper and try to sell them lemonade stand-style in front of my childhood home (spoiler alert: I didn’t sell any).
Like many folks, I have blogged on and off since I had my first Xanga as a teenager. I remember the good ol’ days of posting inside jokes from the goofball adolescent adventures of my friends. That said, I’m not quite sure where this version of my blog is going to take me, but for now it’s here to offer an outlet for those things I don’t get to write about in my day job(s).
I studied journalism and linguistics in college to keep getting my fill of words. Since then I’ve worked at a daily newspaper and in various PR and marketing roles I’ve worked on or with every type of content imaginable. I’m not sure if I’ve gotten my fill of words yet.
I am also passionate about health and wellness, and am working toward a personal training certificate.
Want to know more?
Feel free to drop me a line if you think you might want to work together or, y’know, just chat.