I'm a motivated, detail-oriented, disciplined and time-management pro. I've written on a variety of topics--gifts, etiquette, back-to-school shopping, business, philanthropy, education and saving money for consumer magazines (Parade.com, NowU from Gannett, Good Housekeeping) as well as custom content creators (Rodale, American Express Publishing, among others). Clients have included Panera Bread, Liberty Mutual, Sallie Mae, Proctor & Gamble, the American Cancer Society and more.
I've also acted as the top editor at Woman's Day Special Interest Publications, Modern Bride (interim executive editor) and Street Scenes, the alumni publication for The Bank Street College of Education. Most recently I shared my editing and writing expertise with Arcadia University.
I've built my lifestyle expert platform via my Suddenly Frugal blog as well as my two frugal-living books: "Suddenly Frugal: How to Live Happier and Healthier on Less" and "Toss, Keep, Sell: The Suddenly Frugal Guide to Cleaning Out the Clutter and Cashing In," both from Adams Media. This is in addition to the dozen books I've written on weddings, gifts and etiquette.
I'm also a seasoned spokesperson and have completed national media tours (TV and radio) for Bank of America, Palmolive, Build a Bear Workshop, Starbucks, Walmart, Chase and Jell-O among others. Since 2013 I've been HomeAdvisor's financial expert. I've also appeared on "Wake Up with Al," "Good Morning America," "Good Day New York" and CNN, along with the major affiliates in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Los Angeles. You can view my TV highlights reel below. Recently, I've taken my years of media experience to create a unique media training program for companies, writers, bloggers, authors and others.
Specialties: consumer and lifestyle topics, custom content, content marketing, special sections, white papers, media training, CMS, WordPress, blogging, on-camera work, editing and grammar police.
Ms Leah IngramFreelance Writer Content Creator Media Training
Libby Gifford Creative
Graphic Design. Creative Direction and Consulting. Branding. Illustration. Creative Thinking.
I currently serve as the Creative Director for FinCon, creating all print materials, signage, and staging for the event.
Freelance web and print writer since, 2007, my articles have been featured on Wise Bread, US News and World Report, Investopedia, Savings.com, Hobby Farms, Grit, Financial Highway, MoneyNing, Forbes, MSN Money, Business Insider, TIME, American Express, Citibank, Today.com, Tom's Guide, PC Mag, The Kitchn, and many more
I have experience writing for personal finance, consumer tech, family, frugality, and rural living audiences. In addition to project and freelance article work, I handle social media and newsletter marketing for several start-ups and blogs. I'd love to discuss your content and social needs.
(See My Contently profile in the website link for samples of my work.) Thanks!
I've been blogging since 2007 and have owned three different websites. I've blogged about personal finance off and on since 2007, and I love writing about budgeting, debt, and frugal living.
Since I own and run my own blog, I am familiar with SEO and blogging best practices. I'm looking for a little freelance work on the side. Let's talk!
Lynnae McCoyBlogger/Freelance Writer
My name is Kristi Muse. I am freelance blogger, virtual assistant, and millennial mom. My writing topics include, but are not limited to, personal and family finances, budgeting, frugal living, self-reliance/DIY, organic living, gardening, and minimalism.
Mrs Kristi MuseContract Writer
Money Life Media, LLC
I write on a wide range of personal finance topics including saving, paying off debt, investing, credit card rewards, frugal living and more. I currently hold a Certified Public Accountant license in the Commonwealth of Virginia and reside in the state of Florida. Personally, my wife and I have paid off over $80,000 of her student loan debt within three years of her graduation which allows me to relate to a wide range of financial topics when writing.