Kirsty Anne speicalises in writing non-fiction, such as opinion pieces, blogs, essays, articles, research papers, and is currently working on her first memoir book. She also writes creative writing pieces such as poetry, songs and personal essays. Kirsty Anne has experience in creating presentations, brochures and social media posts.
In her spare time, Kirsty Anne does ballet, arts and crafts, and is an avid reader, where she regularly absorbs political news and is usually reading a feminist literature book. Her reading is not limited to these subjects; she reads books on self-care, mental health, philosophy and indulges her curiosity in fantasy fiction as an escape from reality. Kirsty Anne also enjoys hiking and traveling at every opportunity she gets. She is most passionate writing about mental health issues, sexuality and gender matters, specifically from a feminist perspective, and cultural socialisations.
Kirsty Anne majored in psychology and double minored in human sexuality and LGBT studies. She was on the Dean's list throughout completing degree, and completed three internships, one as a teaching assistant in general psychology where she graded student's essays, and assisted them with their essay writing. The second internship was as a sexual health educator where she taught 9th graders sex ed and healthy decision making, and the third, she was an intern with CREGS (Center for Research and Education in Gender and sexuality). It was in this internship she wrote the bios/profiles for the speakers who were to present at the week long seminar she assisted in planning and executing. She also wrote letters asking for donations, wrote descriptions for each continuing educational credit to be submitted to the specific educational institute, and edited the events booklet.
Kirsty Anne studied gender and sexuality studies and has written research papers, essays, and articles on these subjects, particularly about women and feminism. She is currently writing a memoir which focuses on her experience with sexism. Kirsty Anne has also created presentations around consent, sex ed, and diversity, equity and inclusion.
Using her background in psychology, Kirsty Anne has created presentations offering guidance on self-care methods. In these presentations, she provides a variety of tools one can use in their self-care practices. She also writes articles on self-care, and incorporates the psychological benefits of these practices by demonstrating how self-care affects the body and mind.
Using her background in psychology, Kirsty Anne writes short thought pieces, often one or a few sentences, and publishes them as quotes. These quotes offer insight to the self, and provide guidance one can use to find more meaning in life and with one's spiritual practice, whatever that may be.
Within her role at a previous job, Kirsty Anne wrote the bios/profiles for the speakers who were attending a week long seminar she assisted in organising. She drew from the information provided by the speakers in a questionnaire she had each of them fill out and wrote their bios for the pamphlet handed out to the attendees.
Kirsty Anne has mostly written her own blogs and focuses on subjects such as mental health as a main theme. She draws mainly from her personal experiences with mental health, where she writes a in style that is both educational as well as personal.