Blogging, lifestyle writing, creative writing, journalism
Culture, pop-culture, lifestyle, college lifestyle, relationships, politics, social issues, entertainment, women's issues
Kayla is currently in her second year at Connecticut College where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a concentration in creative writing. Throughout her experience as a student, Kayla has sharpened her writing skills both analytically and creatively, developing a strong command of tone and style that she tailors to suit a variety of genres and style guidelines. At the college, Kayla is a Presidential Scholar as well as a regular recipient of Dean's High Honors. She also works as a tutor at the Roth Writing Center, where she has mastered and refined her skills in grammar and style.
Kayla has contributed entertainment-focused articles to a variety of lifestyle publications. Topics have included commentary on important events within the entertainment world, coverage of celebrity news and social media updates, as well as interviews with up-and-coming musicians and other figures in entertainment. Kayla maintains an awareness of the latest updates and developments in the entertainment world to ensure her writing is always informed, on trend, and engaging.
Much of Kayla's lifestyle writing and blogging has centered on women's issues and culture. Topics have included sex and relationships, political issues, health and beauty, and social and cultural concerns. While her writing has spanned a variety of topics, including hot button issues like abortion, Kayla works to approach each topic with respect and an open mind, ensuring that all pieces are well-informed, representative of a wide variety of women and opinions, and, above all, engaging and relatable to a female audience.
Kayla has contributed articles concerning relationships to a variety of lifestyle publications, both online and in print, including Study Breaks Magazine and SOCIETY19. Articles have spanned numerous approaches and angles, from tips and advice to personal memoir and cultural criticism. Kayla's writing aims to explore and represent a variety of relationship models and ideas, and works to be representative of the increasingly broad landscape surrounding modern relationships.
The majority of Kayla's published work has been article writing. Kayla has contributed articles to both online and print publications, including Study Breaks Magazine and SOCIETY19. Articles have ranged in tone and style, including lifestyle features, tips and advice, interviews, opinion pieces, and even satire. Whether Kayla is writing a light-hearted tips and tricks style article, or a long-form journalistic review of a controversial political issue, her writing is well-informed, well-researched, and written with the audience in mind to ensure an engaging article.