Dawn has thrived in freelance writing and editorial roles for nearly a decade. It’s a career that allows her to explore all her interests, including travel, culture, history, vocabulary, sustainability and environmental issues, family life, and psychology—all while getting paid. Her ultimate goal is to become a digital nomad, continuing to write while exploring the world.
Dawn feels fortunate to have the opportunity to dive into a diverse range of topics like how everyday purchases impact the planet or what cool technology is about to hit the market. She is a regular contributor to www.doityourself.com where she writes about the ongoing tasks required as a homeowner and helps to refresh aging articles on the site that need the dust knocked off and brought back to the surface where readers can learn about DIY home improvement. She also writes for www.inhabitat.com, a resource for the sustainable community. As a habitual traveller with a serious case of wanderlust, it’s an uplifting opportunity to acknowledge the many people and companies around the world working to make an environmental difference. The daughter of small business owners, she loves supporting local small businesses through her work as a blogger, helping connect customers with hometown providers. Overall, she’s open to new writing challenges that help her continue to learn and grow.
Being a wordsmith is a natural fit with a Passion for Words (professional website) that makes her an interesting conversationalist at cocktail parties. She has lived, worked, and attended school in Oregon, USA for many years and currently spends her days convincing her children she is still smarter than them and creating new experiences with her husband of 25 years. Dawn holds a degree in psychology which she feels gives her unique insight into the diversity of populations near and far. When she is not providing stellar online content for local, national, and international businesses, you might find her backpacking the nearby hills and valleys, traveling to remote parts of the globe, or expanding her vocabulary in a competitive game of Scrabble.