G'day, I'm Bec; a contributing writer to several online publications including: The Huffington Post, Femme Heroine and Your Friends House as well as two personal platforms. Since taking my writing public just over two years ago, I've published over 200 articles and have now launched my own Copywriting business - for the quirky, modern, businesswoman. Give me a shout out - I'd love to work with you.
Website copy written for Melbourne based wedding photographer
Website copy written for Life Coach - Not Just Mum (see "Work with me" pages)
Article written for the blog of 'Words Count' Copywriting agency.
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Are you struggling to find a way to do meaningful (& massively profitable) work? Do you find yourself at a 'fork in the road', unsure of which path you should take? Are you ready to take a leap with your gifts but are holding yourself back for no good reason?
Entire website content written for The Quirky Copywriter.
HELLO, I'm Bec from 'STRAYA' (What we Aussie bogans call AUSTRALIA) - where we all ride round on Kangaroos, eat spoonfulls of Vegemite straight from the jar, and say things like: "Larakin, Straya, Bloody and Sheila". I'm an aspiring Life Coach - specializing in teaching Mind-taming Mindfulness tricks to ambitious, self-critical, over-thinkers - to help them ...
A fun workbook on practicing gratitude
I still hadn't heard a word back from the casting agency about the movie role I'd gone for, months prior, and I was convinced it was because I was fat. In fact, it had to be that. Otherwise, I was perfect for the role. That was the very reason I was now here, cold, crying ...
Manage your stress like a boss with these quick and easy "chill tips" If you're alive and currently breathing at this very moment, you're probably familiar with the fact that the universe is not your mummy and sometimes in life 'bad' shit happens that is out of our control.
We all have negative thoughts from time to time, here’s what to do next time you feel like you’re spiralling into a vortex of overthinking.
On a routine 'chucking' expedition at my house the other night, I found my mothers old jewellery box in amongst the crap that I had stuffed lazily into our lounge room cabinet.
Femme Heroine: A home for boss bitch gentleladies killing it in the game.
My experiment with minimalism.
I started to tell the sales guy that I was only 5 weeks out from my contract end-date, meaning I would own my iphone 6 outright and be (finally) free to do as I please. Normally I would just go ahead and re-contract.
Most people don't actually listen to you when you're talking. Have you noticed? We're all pretty talented pretenders... You can tell when their eyes dart all around you, looking at everything and everyone BEHIND you, but rarely focusing on your face Or, they may have positioned their phone on the table in front of them and periodically glance down, breaking eye contact with you and making you feel like - yep, not listening to me.
I've always had issues with going to cafes/restaurants by myself. The thought of sitting there all alone made me feel all panicky and sick. I think it was a mixture of not wanting to be deal with awkward small talk with strangers (classic introvert trait) and anxiety over what people would think of me sitting there alone, eating.
I've been dwelling on the thought, recently, that maybe our schooling education has been prepping us to get the 'shit end of the stick' so to speak, once it spews us out into the working world, as young adults. That, perhaps all 'school' and our education system has done is prepared us all to be fantastic little robotic, task performers.
"Mondayitis: a feeling of weariness, sadness, apathy and general distress that many of us feel when starting the Monday morning working week." For me, Mondayitis actually kicks in on Sunday arvo, whispering in my ear, telling me to go fuck myself So how to avoid the emotional perils of a Monday morning?
I have this somewhat bipolar little person living inside my head. She's definitely a woman because she overthinks, doubts her abilities, gets offended easily and her emotions are up and down as if you're riding horrible roller coaster that you just can't seem to get off. Fun, no?
An annoyingly old tale that is regularly whispered to me by my anxious, overthinking mind, Nance. I remember a few years ago, (actually, years and years ago. I'm getting old. Don't tell my ovaries and my soon-to-be-wrinkled skin) my partner invited me to his work Christmas party with him, and, while I was initially stoked that ...
Last week, Jamie, from accounts asked me to go to a motivational conference with her on the weekend, at this stage I was 2 double shot coffees deep and the caffeine chimed in, telling me it's a fantastic idea. Before I knew it, I'd accepted, agreed to the $60 VIP upgrade and promised to drive us.
I've been extra vigilant - lately - to call out my mind for any of its 'jerk-like' behaviour. You know, not letting it get away with anything, and getting clear on exactly what page it's on (in the encyclopaedia of Neurotic Mind Shenanigans) SO WE CAN BOTH JUST GET ALONG.