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Freelance E-Commerce Writer and Blogger

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I am a creative thinker and freelance writer/editor who specializes in writing benefit-oriented product descriptions and optimized web content. My niche areas of expertise include home goods, sports apparel, student loans/personal finance, and geriatrics.

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Choosing A Table For Your Craft Niche

Blog post written for Craft Den's online store.


Is College Worth It? Consider these Factors

With average student loan debt reaching an all-time high, it begs the question, is college worth it? Although a crucial factor, a lot more goes into that question than just debt. It is equally important to consider things like lifetime earnings, benefits, ROI, unemployment rates, and quality of life.


How Much Does a Master's Degree Cost in 2017?

Attaining a master’s degree broadens your career path and results in a lower unemployment rate as compared to those with less education. You can even expect to make around 20% more than your bachelor degree-holding counterparts. However, this benefit and many more come at a cost. Exactly how much does a master’s degree cost? According to Sallie Mae, a master’s degree costs an average of $24,812 per year for 2016-2017 full-time graduate students.


What Credit Score is Needed to Lease a Car?

Want to drive your dream car without fully committing? Leasing makes that possible. Unlike an outright purchase, a lease lets you make monthly payments to rent the car. Your rental typically lasts for 3 years or until the car hits the agreed upon mileage. However, not just anyone can sign up for this arrangement. Leasing a car requires a much higher credit score than taking out a car loan. So, exactly what credit score is needed to lease a car? On the safe side, the answer is at least 620.


Top Seven Tips on How to Improve Credit Score in 30 Days

Want to take out a mortgage? Move into a new apartment? It could all depend on your credit score. Luckily, credit scores update about every 30 days. This gives you a 30-day window to bring up your score between updates. You may even raise it enough to secure a much lower interest rate for a loan or a new credit card with more benefits. Check out these top seven tips on how to improve credit score in 30 days.


Student Loan Interest Deduction and Forgiveness

As national student loan debt climbs over $1.5 trillion, students all over are desperate for ways to lower their debt. A popular means to do this is by utilizing student loan interest deductions. The federal government offers several ways to reduce your loan interest burden based on factors like income level, student status, and family size.


8 Reasons to Consider Religious or Christian Colleges

Choosing a college is a tricky, time-consuming process. Non-denominational, Hebrew, and Christian colleges offer students a different experience from other “secular” universities. They combine academics and faith, giving public high school students a new type of learning environment. Just like with any school, you still want to see that they have the major, opportunities, and academic rigor right for you. Here some big reasons why you should consider attending a religious college.


Why You Have to Spend the Night: The Overnight College Visit

If they’re able to, every high school student should spend the night at colleges they’re interested in. Sure, you’re paying for a college’s ranking and its on-paper statistics, but you’re also paying for the dorm you live in, the food you eat, the classes you take, and the day-to-day campus life. You can get a feel for this during an open house event with your parents but experiencing it on your own might help you make up your mind.


You Can Study What?: 11 Weird College Majors

Choosing a college major is a big decision to make at just 16 or 17 years old. It’s normal for students to gravitate toward majors in college that are closely related to their favorite high school subject. However, colleges offer so many more majors than those you might think of off the top of your head. Need help choosing a major? Here are some of the most bizarre and unique college majors. Maybe this list will help you narrow down what degree to get (or not get).


Safety Tips for College Students

Colleges implement their own campus safety measures, but students must also take practical steps to keep themselves safe. According to the United States Department of Education, there were 36,248 reported criminal offenses on a collective 11,306 campuses in 2015. When it comes to crime on college campuses, 80% of the time, students are the ones responsible.Don’t live in fear while in college; empower yourself with the college campus safety tips below.


11 Benefits Of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)

MOOC stands for massive open online courses. Traditional MOOCs are free online university courses offered by colleges all over the world that are normally not eligible for credit. Their enrollment can run upwards of 100,000+ students and anyone around the world can register. After registering, students will typically work at their own pace to watch informative lectures and lessons, complete assignments, and take exams.


12 Surprising Benefits of a College Degree

There are many obvious benefits of going to college like earning more money from your job. In 2016, college graduates with a Bachelor’s degree had median weekly earnings of $1,156 as compared to only $692 per week for those with a high school diploma. Recent findings show that the pay gap is at an all-time high as of January 2017. What you may not realize is that there are many other benefits besides just the financial benefits of a college degree.



Freelance Writer

I craft detailed, benefit-oriented product descriptions for Hayneedle's target market. This requires succinctly combining information from multiple sources, properly adhering to the company's style guidelines, and consistently adopting the company's online voice.

Company: Hayneedle.com

I worked there from 10/2016 until now

Freelance Blogger

Company: Craft Den

I worked there from 6/2017 until now

Freelance Content Writer

I write 1,000-1,500-word articles about personal finance, student loans, and college-related topics. Each article focuses on one keyword.

Company: Student Debt Relief

I worked there from 1/2018 until now

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