Looking for a freelance writer?
I just might be your gal! You can check out some past work below in the general categories of Travel and Family & Parenting.
TRAVEL articles by Julie Harrison
Online travel clips include:
- A complete archive of all Travel posts on Coffee with Julie
- “Smuggler’s Notch Resort in Vermont: Don’t Ski? Don’t Worry!” published on Road Trips for Families
- “Halifax Area Attractions: An Itinerary to See it All,” published on Road Trips for Families
- “Beaches Boscobel: A Top 5 for Families.” published on Road Trips for Families
- “Smuggler’s Notch, Vermont: A Winter Disneyland,” on Road Trips for Families
- “A New York Love Affair,” published on Life as a Human
- “Air Travel and Things that make you go “Hmmm,“ published on Life as a Human
- “Postcard from Bar Harbor, Maine: Humans and the Creatures they Love,” published on Life as a Human
- “Postcard from Jonesport, Maine: Are Fishermen Lonely?” published on Life as a Human
- “Family Glamping,” published on Kids in the Capital
Longer print clips include:
“What a woman wants,” The Ottawa Citizen.
A piece examining how hotels are working to find ways to better cater to the lucrative female business traveller market. Featured as the lead story to the Travel Section on Saturday, March 6, 2010. The Ottawa Citizen has more than 280,000 readers for its Saturday print issue. Also picked up by other online sites including the Montreal Gazette, the Edmonton Journal, Vancouver Sun, Winnipeg FreePress, and the Kelowna.com.
“All the laughter, more luxury: Big girls have fun at a slumber party at Le Nordik’s lodge,” The Ottawa Citizen
A first person feature piece for the Travel section’s “Close to Home.” Here, a slumber party and a Finnish spa experience are shared. The Ottawa Citizen has more than 280,000 readers for its Saturday print issue. Also picked up by the Montreal Gazette and a Valentine’s Day special in canada.com.
“Travelling ‘blind’,” The Ottawa Citizen
A first-person feature piece on how to use blind-bidding websites to pull-off a budget trip to New York City.
Shorter print clips include:
“5 worth the drive for a March Break getaway,” Ottawa Citizen, March 6/2010
“5 best travel blogs,” pH2, Ottawa Citizen, Dec 26/2009
A short round-up piece to contribute to the Travel Section’s annual “best lists.” Published in the Saturday edition, 280,000 readers. Also posted online and in canada.com.
“5 best girlfriend getaways,” pH3, Ottawa Citizen, Dec 26/2009
A short round-up piece to contribute to the Travel Section’s annual “best lists.” Published in the Saturday edition, 280,000 readers. Also online on The Ottawa Citizen, The Calgary Herald, canada.com, the Edmonton Journal, and Wild West PR.
“Ice up at Lac du Poisson Blanc,” page 10 of ADVENTURA magazine
A daytripper article for this Ontario & Quebec outdoor and travel magazine, published in the Winter 2009 issue. 120,000 readers per issue of the print edition.
“Montreal is aflutter this weekend,” The Ottawa Citizen
A short service article on the Insectarium’s annual monarch buttery release. The Ottawa Citizen has more than 280,000 readers for its Saturday print issue.
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FAMILY & PARENTING articles by Julie Harrison
Online family & parenting clips include:
“The Community Calling,” page 20-23, Ottawa Family Living magazine, Fall 2013.
“Hosting a Slumber Party,” page 33, Ottawa Family Living magazine, Summer 2013
“Carefree Life at the Cottage,” pages 54-57, Ottawa Family Living magazine, Summer 2013
“Bullying is Bad. Don’t be a Bully.” published on PhD in Parenting
“There are some things I wish she hadn’t had to learn.” published on Life as a Human
“Olympic Dreaming? Not a Chance.” published on Life as a Human
“Party Favorites,” March 2011 issue of Parent & Child magazine
A short piece for the Strategies section of Scholastic’s Parent & Child magazine, which reaches 7 million parents of young children. Inspired by a blog post, this piece brings back some of those favorite party games of Mom and Dad’s youth for a new generation. PDF of page available upon request.
Thanks again for taking the time to learn more about me!
Julie (coffeewithjulieblog [at] gmail [dot] com)