Content CreationBlogs, E-books, Newsletters, and Copy Editing
As a lover of the English language, I have written numerous creative short stories, educational blog posts, and customer-friendly product descriptions. A stickler for grammar and spelling, I also proofread and edit the written word while keeping the author’s style intact.
For blog posts, I use original ideas without keyword stuffing…no recycling here! Using accurate information and real-life examples, I provide authority and authenticity without stealing others’ words.
Read some of my writing samples below, which range from simple and informative pieces to in-depth, technical articles.
Propagating succulents is easy and relatively inexpensive. If you’ve ever wanted to create more plants from a single plant, then you will love propagating succulents!
What is propagation? Plant propagation is when you take a part of an existing plant to grow a new plant. This can’t be done with all plants, but only some. Many succulents can be propagated, but there are different methods depending on the type of succulent.
Succulent planters come in so many shapes and sizes that it can be difficult to find the right one for your succulents. Did you know that choosing the wrong pot could leave your plants waterlogged or can actually hinder their growth? These 5 tips will help you choose succulent pots that will help keep your fat plants healthy and let them thrive!
There are numerous reasons why a baby or child would need G-tube and fundoplication surgery at such a young age, but regardless of the reason, there are many pros and cons involved that the parents should know about. Fundoplication is a surgery where the top part of the stomach is wrapped around the lowest part of the esophagus; this is usually done to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) if medications have proven to be ineffective for the child.