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Welcome, writers! You don’t have to be an expert or a doctor to contribute, but we do screen for quality. If you have some writing samples, maybe a few links to other places you’ve contributed articles, and a little background and interest in healthy living, feel free to contact us to find out if you’d be a good fit!

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  2. Email address
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  4. Website/online portfolio/links to your work
  5. A little bit about yourself
  6. Your interest in writing for Cultivating Your Energy and why you think your writing is a good fit

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  • 1 link in the author bio (possibly two, but it’s up to the editor to approve it)
  • Author bios should be about 40-70 words
  • Keyword stuffing is not permitted (if your writing is good, who needs to stuff keywords?)
  • Articles should be based on the topics and categories already on the site and should reflect a similar attitude to that of Our Mission.
  • BEFORE YOU CONTACT US: We’re looking for interesting, useful, and relatable content from reliable writers and enthusiastic participants in the health, fitness, and nutrition communities to share with our readers. This site doesn’t exist simply to give you or your employer backlinks. If that’s your game, you should submit elsewhere.

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