You’re someone who knows that words can open doors for you — attracting clients; selling products; building better relationships. I’m someone who knows how to use them.
Fancy meeting you.
How I got here:
It all started in a laundry basket.
My first recorded thoughts, that is. Three-year old Sara in a laundry basket with a pen and a spiral, lined notebook.
When I was little, I barely knew how to turn the TV on. (That hasn’t changed.) If I wasn’t outside playing hotbox, wiffle ball, or PIG with the neighborhood kids, I was most certainly buried in a book or working on writing my own.
When I was seven, I took second place in my very first writing competition for my supremely eloquent poem, “Now That Christmas is Over.” The next year, I stole the cake for my series of short stories, “Rosie’s Adventures.”
The biggest reward, though?
Full embracement of my word-nerdery. A trend that never dissolved.
Today, instead of directing my energy into childhood writing competitions,
I put that word-nerdery to work for you.
As a full-time, self-employed copywriter, editor, and content strategist for three years now, words are what my days are filled with.
Whether it’s through web copy, blogging, email campaigns, newsletters, case studies, postcards, or love letters, I’ve used words to help countless business owners sell, connect, and simply make sense of business and life.
For me, putting into words what others find difficult is exhilarating. Beyond that,
I have a dedication to seeing your business thrive.
With a background in marketing and years of writing for various industries (and an MBA, to boot), I focus on copy that forms a connection with your audience, actively driving conversions and encouraging loyal followership.
So tell me, what are you here to do — and how can I help?
Work with me
website copy. landing pages. content strategy. let’s work together to get your words doing the heavy lifting…in a process that we’ll both enjoy.
Learn to DIY
create your own content strategy. write a killer sales page. become a pro self-editor. not alone, of course — grab the resources you need to help you out.
simply put: I do what lights me up, so you can do what lights you up.
PS – If I could still fit comfortably in a laundry basket, it’s where the majority of my writing would take place today.
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