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You have a story to tell. You have something to say. Let’s write it.

Meet Pam

I’ve been writing since I can remember. At heart, I am a story-teller; making sense of my world, finding humor and light through writing. As I continue my own writing journey, my passion is to help clients write their own stories.With the soul of a Beach Girl, the ocean and the sky centers me. Also, I have really great hair on the beach. Yoga is my safe space. Though I believe I can sing … well, let’s just leave it at that. And don’t get me started on the topic of ice cream.Life is crazy, messy and loud. Aren’t we lucky?!!!Continuing to make peace with my quest for chocolate on a daily basis…I’ve come to the decision that chocolate is a food group. I have a love of family, friends, hiking and biking, reading, traveling, movement and dancing-there’s nothing better than grooving to 80’s music! “Everybody get Footloose!” Most importantly, I love to laugh.

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My Superpowers:

Published Writing Published Writing

A published writer for over 18 years, I have written for print and on-line magazines, other people’s blogs as well as my own. Each requires a different perspective, set of skills and voice. With effective and creative mentoring, we will focus your message for optimal influence and inspiration. Click below to read samples of published writing.

Interview with Paul Cook, writer, radio personality and Number 1 Dad; freelance, St. Louis Magazine/Family

Summer Solstice Fire Ceremony: Creating the Life I Love; guest blogger

The Artist and the Architect; featured article, Clayton City Lifestyle Magazine; freelance

Youcallitchaosicallitlife.wordpress.com; personal blog

Writing Experience

St. Louis Magazine/Family, Writer, Freelance. 2016-present.

“You call it chaos I call it life” on WordPress, Writer and Creator, 2016-2020.

Write ON!, Founder and Facilitator, 2015-present. Empowering individuals to find their voice and inspire change in themselves and their world through facilitated writing activities. Using a combination of mentoring, coaching, writing skills and various activities participants used writing for expression and to create community.

St. Louis Magazine/Family, On-line Writer, 2014-2015. Created original, creative content for parents and families.

SOS from Suburbia, 2012.  A compilation of humorous essays which supported my belief that a well-told, entertaining story about individuality and family was welcome and needed in our common community. I put the real back into reality with commentary on everyday life.

SwimBikeRun, Monthly Columnist, 2006-2007. Off the Beaten Path: Working Out for Non-Triathletes.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: St. Louis Moms and Dads, Monthly Columnist: S.O.S. From Suburbia, print and online, 2003-2017. Personal narratives and features about life in St. Louis.

Radio experience:

590 AM The Fan, Radio Commentator, May 2019-May 2020. Discussed daily issues, sports, movies, books and life. Offered female perspective.

With Wilson Mentoring and Writing your story will be well said.

Do you really want to write? What, how, when? Will anyone read it? I’ve been there. I get it.

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