About

I have an extensive background as a freelance writer. I am the founder of Wendy-Miller.com, where I write about pregnancy & parenting, relationships & dating, and self-care. I thrive on helping mothers find the focus and creativity they need to live their truth and flourish as both mothers and entrepreneurs.

Since fifth grade, my dream was to be a writer. This dream has taken on different faces, from publishing three novels and a volume of poetry to being a freelance writer. Today, I love helping others who dislike or struggle with writing create written content that will help their blogs and businesses blossom.

I am a lover of personal growth and always learning and finding new ways to be effective. Whether it’s brushing up on my writing skills or learning a new method of meditation, I firmly believe we are never done learning. I enjoy sharing my knowledge and expertise with others so they can use it to improve their lives.

In addition to being a freelance writer, I’m also a life coach and meditation teacher.

I’ve meditated off and on for nearly two decades, becoming serious about my practice in 2012 and becoming a meditation teacher in the summer of 2018. I offer a variety of guided meditations designed to help reduce and relieve stress, calm anxiety, find gratitude, and more.

I would describe myself as an introvert who sometimes pretends to be an extrovert. I work as a meditation teacher and writer while also homeschooling and solo parenting. I live in Florida with my two sons and what feels like a zoo full of animals.

5 Fun Facts About Me

I love tzatziki (the yogurt-cucumber sauce on gyros) so much that I’ve been known to eat it directly from the container with a spoon.

I took drama classes all through high school and was in Drama Club – despite a still very intense fear of public speaking.

I’ve published three novels and a volume of poetry (you can find them here).

I had my first broken bone at the age of 30.

I’m an amateur photographer and love taking photos of people, places and things around me to share with others.