Thanks for stopping by! I'm Alyssa and I'm a freelance content writer.
My name is Alyssa Towns. I'm so happy you're here! I'm a freelance writer based in Denver, CO. I always dreamt of getting paid to be a full-time student, and being a freelance writer is the closest I've gotten to achieving that dream.
I primarily write productivity and career-related content for B2B SaaS companies looking to publish blog posts, but I love a lifestyle feature from time to time too. I love writing (and talking about) time management, the world of work, and making work more efficient (and fun!). I've written for Clockwise, G2, The Everygirl, Passion Planner, Insider, and The Knot, to name a few.
I can be a chameleon who writes about various topics. However, I produce my best work when writing blog posts for B2B SaaS companies who are looking for content related to:
- Time management
- Life at work
- Career development
- Project management
- Change management
With a background in administration, business operations, and training in change management—writing about work and how to improve it is my sweet spot.
Additionally, we could be a good match if:
- You will provide the topics to write about most of the time (I don't mind bringing ideas forward when it makes sense!)
- You have content briefs to provide
- You're looking for a writer who can take a loose outline and keywords and craft a draft
I once read a tweet that said, "The worst thing you have to write as a writer? A bio about yourself." Quite frankly, I couldn't agree more. I dread describing myself to others, but here it goes.
I'm a freelance writer living in Denver, Colorado, with my husband, who's my high school sweetheart, and our beloved Bengal cats, Yeti and Yowie. I've always loved writing but never knew how to apply my skills in a fulfilling way. During the pandemic, I started writing more and realized I could write about many topics I love rather than bore my husband (and our cats, too, honestly) with the latest workplace trends.
When I'm not stringing words together on my laptop, you will likely find me reading my latest Book of the Month pick, tucking fiercely at my local Pure Barre studio, watching New Girl for the millionth time, or searching for my next local coffee shop adventure.