Letter from the Editor

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Letter from the Editor

Dear LifeTips Writers and Authors:

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the fastest growing consumer tips site on the World Wide Web. At LifeTips, we strive for quality and excellence. Readers come to LifeTips for information and familiarity on every aspect of their life. From gardening and crafts to divorce and disease, LifeTips is a powerful tool for all knowledge seekers.

As your Editor, I'm here to help and guide you during the tip writing process. Whether it's brainstorming on a tip site, answering user questions, or facing writer's block, you should feel free to contact me.

There are many projects to complete here and I will come to know you all very well, as we'll work closely together during the duration of your assignments. But you're probably wondering, who in the world is this person and who gave her an “Editor” title? Here is a little background on my professional career and knowledge base:

After five years in the mutual fund and investment industry, I checked out for a career in journalism – my first true love. I've been a reporter for almost a decade covering business, economics, politics, community relations, and consumer spending and marketing. After receiving my master's degree in journalism from Boston University, I set out to conquer Washington, DC. After five months as a Capitol Hill correspondent covering everything from FBI trials to Pentagon proceedings, I traded in my press pass for a steady job writing business news for Banker & Tradesman in Boston. After two years with Banker & Tradesman, I moved on to Boston.com and The Boston Globe where I served as online editor for the business section and a contributing writer for the newspaper. Today, I am thrilled to be the Editor for LifeTips, and I look forward to seeing the company, and its writers, soar to great heights.

I look forward to working with you all in the future. Thanks for being an integral part of the LifeTips family.


Melanie Nayer

p.s. Please take some time to review all the subcategories in this Tip Site. They are designed to help you through the writing process, and also provide insight on how each project works.



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