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Abby
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Abby has been a content writer since 2012 where she has written and sold over 300 unique pieces within a range of topics. Her areas of experience are home and garden, health and wellness and sustainable living, though her writing history has certainly not been limited to this.
Abby has continually delivered top-quality content and has become a favorite writer for over 40 clients through Zerys Content Marketplace. She has also written various blog posts for ArticleDocument and is a Product Specialist for Frugal5.
Abby will receive her bachelor's degree in General Studies in May, 2014. Given her concentration in Sociology, she hopes to use her degree to produce insightful, purpose-driven content using basic SEO principals.
In her spare time, Abby likes to spend time with her children, work in her garden, and rock out to some good ol' Punk Rock. Because life is a show and you have to be there to experience it.
If you would like to learn more about Abby, visit her LinkedIn profile page or sign up for a Zerys account where she (or a number of other qualified writers) will happily write your web content for you.
Of course, if you'd like to try your own hand at writing, InfoBarrel is a great place to get started!

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Home & Garden
by Abby
3 years ago
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How to Fix Your Basic Kitchen Plumbing Problems

Plumbing is a vital part of your kitchen's set-up. See that it functions smoothly by using these tips for kitchen plumbing problems

Business & Money
by Abby
3 years ago
5 Ways 20-Something's Can Avoid Debt

Debt is a slippery slope, but you can avoid debt before it even starts by making a few smart financial decisions while you're young. If you're just starting out, use these tips to avoid excessive credit card debt in the future.

Auto
by Abby
3 years ago
How to Get the Best Trade-In Value for Your Vehicle

The next time you trade your car in for a new one at a dealership, use these simple tips to get the highest return.

Technology
by Abby
3 years ago
Esri's Geotrigger Application Puts Advertising in a Whole New Dimension

Advertising becomes a lot more personal thanks to esri's geotrigger application. Now, companies can send notifications directly to customers as soon as they enter the store, but that's not all this application can to.

Pets & Animals
by Abby
3 years ago
7 Creative Ways to Use All of That Pet Hair

After brushing little Fido, don't toss that extra fur. Use it for something spectacular instead. I did.

Technology
by Abby
3 years ago
5 Ways a Smart Home Can Make Your Life Easier

Not only do smart homes help conserve energy, but they help make every-day tasks more easy to manage -- anything from controlling the temperature of the house to running appliances at the most optimum times -- a well-designed smart home puts the control in your hands. Literally.

Home & Garden
by Abby
3 years ago
7 Surprising Things You Should Be Composting

There is a lot you can do to help the environment, and composting is no exception. That's because personal compost piles help improve garden soil while reducing the amount of methane produced at landfills (methane being one of the most abundant greenhouse gases). But what exactly can you compost? This list might just surprise you.

Technology
by Abby
3 years ago
Smart Homes Combine Convenience With Sustainability

The term "Smart Home" has become quite the buzz word, but just what does it mean and how can it improve sustainability? This article outlines the three principles that make a smart home truly sustainable.

Lifestyle
by Abby
3 years ago
What They Say is True: Why Men are Like Dogs

Sometimes the best way to bond with your partner is the same way you bond with your dog. If you want to improve your relationship with your significant other, ask Fluffy for advice.

Lifestyle
by Abby
3 years ago
When Dreams are Not Reality: A Look at Wealth Inequality in America

It has long been believed that the pursuit of the American Dream is the very fuel that keeps society progressing, but to some, progress is considerably slower or even non-existent. This article attempts to examine discrepancies in wealth distribution as they relate to the American Dream: can anyone really find success through hard work and determination as this fantasy so vividly states?

Technology
by Abby
3 years ago
Why You May Need More Sleep

By the end of the day, I can't help but feel exhausted, but the evening is my downtime and I refuse to let it go without a fight. As it turns out, though, my "me time" could be doing more harm than good. That's because a lack of sleep can result in many unfortunate consequences far beyond the typical groggy feeling. If you find yourself struggling to get out of bed in the morning and can't make it throughout your day without a few extra cups of coffee, then you, too, may need more sleep -- for everyone's sake.

Lifestyle
by Abby
3 years ago
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Teach Your Children the Power of Nutrition

Getting kids to eat well is easier than you might think. All you have to do is frame it right. Use this color-coded guide to nutrition to teach your children the power of produce.

Lifestyle
by Abby
3 years ago
Dealing With Your Daughter's Drama

Every parent knows that dramatic episodes are a part of life; learning how to deal with disappointment is never an easy task. But when the drama gets to be too much to bear, learning the best way for us handle it as parents is the most important step to becoming a happy, drama-free family.

Business & Money
by Abby
4 years ago
Build Your Brand By Sharing Your Story

Even the wittiest advertisements loose their appeal quickly. Make an impression that lasts with these simple tips to creating an effective and compelling story for your brand.

Technology
by Abby
4 years ago
Is Your Laptop Facilitating Socialization, or Replacing It?

When social sites and virtual dating services become the primary means for communication, the lines between virtual reality and actual reality get skewed.

Lifestyle
by Abby
4 years ago
Improve Your Relationship -- And Your Dinner -- By Gardening As a Couple

Shared activities are a great way to improve relationship statuses. Use gardening as a tool to help your romantic relationship grow.

Lifestyle
by Abby
5 years ago
Abortion: a Two-Sided Coin

The controversial topic of abortion is one likely not to be settled in our lifetime. Both sides of the argument have valid beliefs and this article attempts to address both from a neutral perspective.

Lifestyle
by Abby
5 years ago
5 Ways Stay-at-Home Moms Can Maintain Their Sanity

Being a stay-at-home mommy is not an easy job. Between all of the cleaning, cooking, and conflict resolution, it is hard to find time for yourself. Here are a few ways any mommy can take time for herself without losing track of her kids.

Lifestyle
by Abby
5 years ago
Why Do We Get Married?

Though the reasons for marriage have changes dramatically throughout the years, the drive to wed has not. This article outlines a few of the underlying reasons marriage has remained such a sought after goal, despite the likelihood of "first marriages" eventually ending.

Health
by Abby
5 years ago
A Brief History of Birth Control

Women have sought to protect their bodies from unwanted pregnancies for centuries. This article explains the origins of modern contraceptives and outlines some of the barriers distributors have had to overcome in order to make them publicly available.

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