Organic gardening (fruits, vegetables, ornamentals)
Education (pedagogy, curriculum, policy, parenting)
Home and office organization
Fiction and poetry
Art and culture
Elizabeth T. is a master gardener with over 15 years of experience growing food using sustainable methods. In addition to organic gardening, she also writes about beekeeping, raising chickens, food preservation, cooking, frugal living and flower arranging on her lifestyle blog. Recent assignments have included articles for a major Canadian communications company and a start-up food website.
Elizabeth T. has renovated two homes and has extensive experience in DIY carpentry, soft goods and home decor projects. She has also worked as a designer and organizational consultant for individuals and schools. Recent writing projects in this area include articles for a major Canadian communications company, web pages for home goods and construction material manufacturers, and blog posts for a slew of home decorating websites.
Elizabeth is a pro at writing catalog copy for clothing, sporting goods, home goods and plants. She can succinctly describe a product's features and make it appealing without descending into the word soup that so many online product descriptions suffer from. In addition to clothing stores, she has written website pages and extensive blog posts about everything from floral arrangements to custom window treatments.
Elizabeth T. is a certified K-12 English and Spanish teacher with over 17 years of classroom teaching and professional curriculum writing experience. She has taught every grade from kindergarten to college and has written about language acquisition, executive functioning, and organizational techniques, most recently for a major Canadian communications company. She has published multiple curricula and white papers for school districts as well as parent-friendly articles and blog posts about everything from test preparation tips to advice for calming nerves before a recital. She is passionate about public schools and their relationships with the community, particularly with under-served constituencies.
Elizabeth T. excels in writing romance copy that sells houses and neighborhoods. Her love of architecture and interior design combined with her knowledge of construction are valuable assets in the real estate field. She also loves to create content that adds value for buyers looking to learn more about their new hometown.
Elizabeth T. grows most of her own food, so she’s a total pro when it comes to the seasonal and slow-food movements. She has written restaurant reviews, blog posts about local food scenes and articles for a major Canadian wine group. She can test and write original recipes and has been known to wax poetic about the virtues of a homegrown tomato.
Elizabeth T. is a passionate traveler who seeks out authentic and affordable cultural experiences. As a fluent Spanish speaker, she is especially well-versed in backpacking the Spanish-speaking world, including Spain, Mexico and Costa Rica. Other favorite countries include England, Wales and Portugal. She has criss-crossed the U.S. and has written about these adventures and offered travel tips in both blog posts and formal articles. She has a soft spot for hiking in the national parks as well.
Elizabeth T. loves to interview contractors to write case studies and trade magazine articles. She has worked with marketing departments of major manufacturers to publish stories highlighting products and services. She has also developed landing pages and SEO blog posts for small business owners focusing on construction services and materials. Past clients have included outdoor concrete services, window suppliers and a major pipe fitting manufacturer.
As a teacher and a parent, Elizabeth T. has learned a lot about raising kids and keeping them happy and healthy. She can translate education and medical jargon for parents and discuss the ups and downs of parenting with humor and understanding. She has written many blog posts offering advice and anecdotes as well as more formal articles about educational topics.
Elizabeth T. is a math whiz who loves to teach others the ins and outs of personal finance. Her clear instructions and down-to-earth advice make her articles about personal finance fun to read and eminently useful. She has a strong interest in frugal living and early retirement and has contributed to many personal finance blogs. She also documented her own adventures in frugality in the “Trim the Fat Tuesday” series on her lifestyle blog.
Elizabeth T. is a feminist with a sense of humor. She’s equally comfortable writing about serious social issues as she is teasing her readers about their first-world problems. She has published articles in online women’s magazines about a wide range of subjects and loves to inject a certain level of snark into her blogging for women.
When it comes to green living, Elizabeth T. walks the walk with her organic gardening practices. She also writes about reducing energy consumption and has researched a number of environmental issues for her clients. Though climate change is serious, she can keep readers interested in making change without preaching at them. She’s happy to write about the environment in blog posts, white papers, or anything in between.
Whether you need a lighthearted tone or something dripping with snark, Elizabeth T. can get your readers to laugh. She enjoys peppering blog posts with humor and is happy crafting original pieces just for laughs. She has doctored comedy scripts and recently worked with a client to create niche, tongue-in-cheek press releases to help his business stand out.
Elizabeth T. puts her creative writing skills to good use as a writer and editor of short fiction and poetry. Her work ranges from an exploration of women’s changing roles to humorous sonnets and elegiac poems. Her true love of the liberal arts provides ample fodder for a range of artistic styles and topics, both in writing and in life. From writing original poetry for a marriage proposal to helping novice writers hone their story outlines, she’s able to do it all.
Caring for animals comes with the territory of running a micro farm, so Elizabeth T. writes about common house pets as well as chickens, rabbits, small livestock, and even honeybees with the expertise that only comes from years of personal experience.
Elizabeth T. is a community theater actor, director and stage manager who also sings in a band. A classically trained musician, Elizabeth loves to write reviews of musical and theatrical performances and has a wide range of knowledge of various genres of performance. She also occasionally edits and doctors scripts for stages and screens of all sizes. This experience elevates her commercial scripts beyond merely making the sale into creative, entertaining works.
Elizabeth T. has no-nonsense advice about living and working with others, but she can deliver it with a smile. Her blog posts about marriage and parenting focus on the everyday conflicts, but she also offers a splash of easily-digested research to convince readers of her wisdom.
In addition to writing and editing her own lifestyle blog about her adventures in organic gardening and green living, Elizabeth T. has written hundreds of blog posts for scores of satisfied clients. She’s a master of the conversational tone and can make any subject entertaining with the perfect turn of phrase. Her love of research and wide range of interests allow her to make any topic interesting and relevant.
Longform articles are one of Elizabeth T.’s favorite things to dive into. They allow for depth of coverage and a full exploration of a topic that suit her natural inclination towards thorough research. Elizabeth has written articles about an incredible variety of topics, and she always enjoys taking on a new challenge to increase her knowledge. She’s also skilled at finding a new lens through which to examine a subject, which makes her articles stand out.
Elizabeth T. has written customer-centric product descriptions for just about everything: sporting goods, tools, apparel, party supplies, flooring, and even orchard plants. Her journalistic style is a boon here, as she can prioritize the most important features for customers without creating a messy word soup of stock phrases and meaningless terms.
Elizabeth T. understands that people don’t log on to Facebook to read ads. They want to connect with friends and family, and they want to connect with the world around them in an authentic way. To that end, her Facebook posts are always natural and conversational. She’s also a pro at finding interesting articles and links to share to add value to her clients’ brands — without a hard sell.
Elizabeth T. knows that the trick to a great press release is making it sound so much like a news story that readers walk away feeling they've learned something — not like they've been reading an advertisement. She's a wizard at weaving in quotes and factual context to tell stories that stand out. From press releases introducing an indie band's latest single to ones trumpeting a product's impact on the market, she's done it all — including a whole new brand of humorous press releases to boot.
Elizabeth T. brings an actor's ear to her scriptwriting, so she creates perfectly natural dialogue — with a touch of humor when required. She'll also go the extra mile to collaborate on the imagery and story arc of commercial scripts, going well beyond her clients' expectations to create fully-realized commercial videos.
From single-fold real estate bulletins to online goods and service brochures, Elizabeth T. uses her design sense to create a true marriage of words and images. Writing brochures requires balance above all, and her artistic training allows her to make full use of the power of a client’s photos in her brochure copy.
Elizabeth T.’s first love was academic writing, and she has a portfolio chock-full of insightful research papers on everything from the fall of France's Ancien Regime to the ways in which Edith Wharton’s decorating sense informed her novels. More recently she has turned her fine research skills to sharply reasoned analyses of environmental issues, construction industry trends and curriculum development. She’s one of those rare types who actually loves to research a new subject and is therefore is happy to tackle any topic.