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 because hot damn between work, school, or being a mom 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:

The biggest problem with your about page

What are you selling? (It’s probably not what you think it is.) 

Getting the Tangles Out

44 Ways to Unplug from Work



What else?


-Salted caramel

-Fiction (she’s my first love)

-Fiona Apple (like whoa)

-Pencil skirts & heels

-Witty banter


-Dancing with myself




-Peanut butter

-Settling for less


-Crankiness (that doesn’t look good on anyone)

-Forgetting who you are

-…and what you want






tiffany (at) blahcubed (dot) org