Writing Services

Give your audience credible, quality content, from someone qualified to write it.

Blog Vitamins – Supplement your content

High-quality blog posts can be time consuming and difficult to write and research. Just like taking a vitamin to boost your physical nutrition, supplement your blog content with guest posts each month. Showcase author credibility with a byline (example: “by Shelly Najjar, MPH, RDN”) and/or short bio (exact wording depends on blog topic).

Blog Trainer – Break through those barriers

Sometimes you just get stuck. If you want to have someone guide you through those challenges and get your blog back on track, you can consult with me to help clarify your blog’s purpose and topics, and create a plan for future posts.

Blog Worksheet and Idea Generation Machine

More of a DIY-er? Use this pdf to get clear on your blog’s focus and audience, set realistic goals, and quickly generate quality blog post ideas (also works for email newsletters, social media posts, etc). Click to learn more.

Contact me to talk about your content needs and goals

Samples  |  Recommendations  |  Qualifications

Select Writing Samples

A Delicious Layer Of Melted Cheese Tops These Foods — And Your Food Bucket List
(on Seattle Greenlaker, a local news, culture, and lifestyle blog)

Tangible Ways Entrepreneurs Can Respond to Natural Disasters
(on SWAAY, a digital publication for business-minded women)

Tarantulas feel like puppies: I face my spider fear at the Woodland Park Zoo
(on The Goal List, a bucket list and travel blog)

What To Expect When Going To A Plant-Based Burger Joint
(on Seattle Greenlaker, a local news, culture, and lifestyle blog)

7 Tips for the Best Stargazing
(on AllMomDoes, a parenting blog)

Green Lake business review: Vera Fitness
(on MyGreenLake.com, award-winning hyperlocal news site)

Surfing USA! Learning to surf on the California coast
(on The Goal List, a bucket list and travel blog)

10 Minutes a Day to a More Active Life
(on the CoreChair blog, creators of an ergonomic active sitting chair)

3 Health Lessons from Star Wars
(on the health and wellness blog on this site)

Contact me to get content for your publications

People Recommend Me

“a precise communicator…in general, she’s really on the ball. I honestly can’t recommend her enough” –Amy Duncan

“extremely organized, detail oriented and very thorough in her work. She is professional, conscientious and takes initiative to achieve high quality results” –Elizabeth Payne

“…your tips are on fire girl! 🙂 Thank you for being a guest blogger!” –Michaela Horton Hoffman

“clear and detailed speaker, very knowledgeable of the subject and gave good answers” -Curtis McKnight, Sr.

“She has helped me re-evaluate my life values, goals and how I should be prioritizing. Her love for people and genuine approach to working with individuals to achieve positive change is amazing. Her professionalism and integrity are commendable.” –Sunny Meraki

Contact me to work with someone who takes your work seriously.

Writing experience

I have a variety of writing experience, including academic work at the college and graduate levels, public health research reports, blog posts, health and wellness reporting, and fiction and poetry.  I’ve worked with editors, conducted on-the-street and expert interviews (in-person and via phone and email), and can quickly research scientific topics and translate them for the consumer.

Qualified in the areas of wellness, nutrition, travel, and goal achievement

In addition to being an avid bucket lister, I’ve also worked as a productivity coach and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.

I have a Master of Public Health in Public Health Nutrition from the University of Washington, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition from Washington State University. At WSU, I was also in the Honors College, which focused on writing and communication of all subjects.

Part of my education included over 1200 hours of supervised training in nutrition and experience communicating health information to a variety of people. After graduation, I took a job as a hospital dietitian and used my training and experience to walk with people through lasting behavior change.

Today, I’m a freelance writer and community builder, helping people to move forward toward their goals by connecting them to the information and people they need.

Contact me to see if I’m a good fit to help with your content goals

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