Bios, sometimes called descriptions, are essential pieces for your online or printed presence. The words show you as a real person and communicate to your potential clients reasons they should hire you. Professionalism is key, yes, but so is showing your human side, a peek into your personal life, and even a few words about your philanthropic adventures.
Writing a captivating and professional bio sounds easy enough, right? Who knows you better than, well, you? I write every day, and I will pen a bio for someone else until the cows come home. When it comes to writing about myself, however, I will sit and stare at the computer monitor until my eyes cross. Why? I suppose for me it’s a fear of seeming too boastful and full of myself, and I understand that same sentiment is shared by most.
Awards, degrees, longevity, and public accolades are fun to talk about to your family and friends, but it’s a different story when it comes to composing a piece about those ideas for potential clients to see. That’s where I come in. I love writing bios for clients and have mastered a formula to create a classy profile sans any tacky arrogance.
Let’s start creating your “about me” for your socials, website, or any other audience! I will use my tricks and experience to create a bio that is full of class, but that also shows how accomplished, trustworthy, and capable you are.
Contact me today. I will send you a questionnaire to fill out. Once I receive the answers, I will start writing. It’s that easy!
Published by Teresa Forester Adams
Hello, my friend. I am Teresa Adams. Currently, I live in Western Massachusetts, but I spent twenty years in Eastern North Carolina near Camp Lejeune and Topsail Island, so I call two places home. The beach with the warm salted air and the New England woods with crunchy brown leaves each call to me, so I answer to both.
My name is also Jack and I have just a few trades. Writing is what I do best, but I also love to play songs on my red piano, walk barefoot in the woods that surround my house, and bake sweet treats like cream puffs and crème brûlée. There’s something about opening up a soft vanilla bean and scraping out the delicacies inside. I found a knack for using old items like quilts and jars to decorate new spaces, and I can knit anything with four rightish angles.
The old me is someone who used to fight fire with the coolest group of people, and a girl who was married to a hero. I now attend Westfield State University as a non-traditional student with the most loving and talented group of professors and other English majors.
When I have a moment, I play a card game called pitch with my four sons, sit with my many chickens who all have their own names like Norma Jean, Peow, and Djin Jarin, and the doors on my Jeep will be off from May until September. It is all wonderful therapy for some difficult writing I sometimes do.
In the past year I began my memoir about my life as a war widow and committed to finishing it before summer opens her arms and buds. I will finish the book in order to clear my mind and make room for the next big venture, some freelance work, and upcoming important blog projects, which I’ll do at home.
I currently live in an old white farmhouse next to a red barn with three of my four sons. My oldest graduated from North Carolina State and lives at the beach in North Carolina. We are kept company by three German shepherds, two cats who wear tuxedos, sixteen chickens, a few mice who live in the basement, and a bearded dragon, Ringo.
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