Every woman deserves the room to use her talents–that thing you do and do so well– to build a career.
Virginia Woolf said so, and that girl knows what she’s talking about.
Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom with a baby on your hip and a toddler on your leg, or a 9-5 girl who’s rush hour crazed and office bound. You’ve turned your skills into a business you adore–my job is to write copy for it in a way that ups the adoration from your clients and customers.
My name is Tiffany, former 9-5 girl, now mom of two toddlers, wife of one husband, and a fiction and copy writer based in Charlotte, NC. My story? I have a bachelor’s degree in English and an MBA, but I spent years pushing my writing and entrepreneurial talents aside to either ‘get a real job’ or because hot damn being a mom is exhausting, and where would I ever find the time.
The truth: You have to make time for the things you want and love.
And writing definitely has my heart. Luckily, my husband isn’t the jealous type.
I write web content for women business owners who:
-know who they are and what they want
-don’t think of their business as a job, but as something they were born to do
-stand up for and creativity and self-expression
-want to create a conversation with clients and customers, not shout jargon at them
Because the words on your website aren’t just a bunch of blah blah blah.
Your website is a personal experience between you and your visitors. It’s like having your best girls over for drinks–you want them to laugh, share a little, and most definitely stay awhile.
Check out a few popular posts:
-Fiction (she’s my first love)
-Fiona Apple (like whoa)
-Pencil skirts & heels
-Dancing with myself
-Settling for less
-Crankiness (that doesn’t look good on anyone)
-Forgetting who you are
-…and what you want
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