I'm Gina Gallagher, a strategic, easy-to-work-with, award-winning copywriter, author, communicator, and sports fanatic. I've pretty much written it all -- from annual reports to ads, blogs to books, and social media to scripts. I can't write prescriptions, though I have helped alleviate some of the headaches my clients face.
Those clients include Fortune 500 companies, digital agencies, and small business owners who rely on me to create compelling copy, content, and other communications that are on target, on time, and on budget. I bring fresh perspective, personality, and fun to every assignment and have a personality that builds trust, collaboration, and long-term loyalty.
In addition to my work as a freelance copywriter, I've co-authored a parenting book, "Shut Up About Your Perfect Kid: A Survival Guide for Ordinary Parents of Special Children,' (Random House, 2010) and travel the country speaking about the joys and challenges of raising children with special needs in a world pre-occupied with perfection.
When I'm not writing, I'm spending time with my family, reading, or looking for my lost golf balls in the woods.
To learn more about how I can help you, contact me.
By Gina Gallagher | Citizens Bank Contributor Situated on a convenient corner lot on Fleet Avenue in Cleveland's Slavic Village community, the massive 1890s-built property looked like something you'd see on home improvement television - in the "before" scenes. Inside, it was even worse.
Growing up, my parents often warned me, "Don't follow the crowd" - advice I've repeatedly shared with my own two children. Lately, however, I've realized that sometimes following the crowd can be a good thing (no disrespect, Mom and Dad). At least, when it comes to finding solutions to everyday challenges like saving money.
You had plans for college. You may have sharpened your No. 2 pencils for the SAT or ACT test you scheduled. Bought a hoodie for the school you've chosen to attend in the fall. Or signed up to study abroad next semester. Then COVID-19 happened.
We all like to do what makes us comfortable. It might be changing into your favorite sweatpants at the end of a long day or visiting the same hairdresser or barber year after year. Many of us even have ways of managing our money that make us comfortable - like walking into your local branch and handing money to a teller.
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