MAGAZINE WRITING for online or print
I love to collaborate with other health professionals…and I love to write! I’ve been a lifelong journaller, and although my public writing journey is only just beginning, it’s gathering momentum, quickly.
I’ve recently invested in a wonderful four week course with Hay House and Piatkus published author, Beth Kempton, and I plan to complete my first non-fiction book proposal as a result, very soon.
I am also thrilled to currently be working with Millie Cooper and Melanie Sykes, both editors of successful, global magazines for women aged 40+.
“I so look forward to following your blog and sharing the journey. Together we travelled so far before lockdown on my path of discovery and enlightenment, so many things just dropped into place and the light was finally switched on. I will use my precious moments to consider your writing now, and see where I go, so gently! I know it will be worth it, your support and encouragement means everything. Perhaps I will return to the poetry writing and illustration I abandoned long ago, when time and life overtook my creativity, we will see. Thank you for your words.”
I am open to all ideas and suggestions for feature writing, regular column writing, or one-off articles, in relevant magazines, to help develop my style and further build my confidence. My years of expertise, my multi-passionate lifestyle and eagerness to share everything I learn(!), along with my emerging, easy-flowing, relatable, feminine writing, would be perfect for magazines and articles on subjects such as:
wellness for women aged 40+
wellness for women affected by long-term-health-conditions
living more simply
establishing a healthy routine
meditation, relaxation and natural pain relief
the benefits of hiking
developing your intuition
work/life balance as a busy, modern woman
rewilding your children
living with anxiety
living the feminine way
walking the South West Coast Path
ditching the diet culture
PRAISE FOR LUISA’S WRITING:
“I already feel more peaceful reading this.🧡 I am so looking forward to reading how your blogging year progresses, and delighted to have my own little angel nudging me with her words, to ‘just be’ …thank you Luisa.”
“Writing my first blog…wish I had 1/4 of your talent!”