Sam Woolfe

Freelance Writer & Blogger

Location icon United Kingdom

I'm a freelance writer and blogger who is passionate about creating insightful, engaging, and impactful content.

I have experience covering a wide range of areas, including current affairs, mental health, tech, sustainability, travel, and careers.

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Figaro Digital
02/06/2019
Plant-Based Power: The Marketing Behind Vegan Products - Figaro Digital

The popularity of veganism is skyrocketing in the UK. Market expert Mintel announced that the UK is now the world leader in vegan food launches, a position long held by Germany. And record numbers of people have signed up to Veganuary. There are different reasons why veganism is on the rise in the UK.

Entrepreneur
03/10/2018
How to Raise Your Freelancing Rates

5 min read This story originally appeared on Personal Branding Blog When you start out in your freelancing career, you may find yourself working for quite low rates. How low this rate will be will, of course, vary between careers and industries.

RedPlanet.green
01/17/2018
The environmental benefits of tiny houses - RedPlanet.green

The tiny house movement is the architectural and social movement that promotes living in small houses. Advocates emphasise that there are many benefits to living in tiny houses (or micro houses, as they are also called), including the ability to travel with your home and affordability (especially when compared to the cost of a mortgage).

Careers Blog | Internship News | Inspiring Interns
09/18/2018
How to disclose a mental health issue to your employer | Careers Blog

Mental health issues are common. According to the charity Mind, 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health issue in any given year. When you struggle with your mental health, it can affect your work. Here's how to disclose a mental health issue to your employer.

Recruiter
How the Culture of Presenteeism Hurts Employees and Employers

"Presenteeism" refers to the practice of being present at work but not productive, whether due to illness, disengagement, stress, or some other factor. The culture of presenteeism is widespread. According to one global study, the average worker loses 53.5 days' worth of productivity to presenteeism every year.

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