Looking for clear content with a funny slant, or for captivating corporate communications? Let me get it done for you. With a decade of writing for publications, corporations, websites and social media under my belt, I can turn your ideas into engaging content quickly and effectively. A humor and business copywriter, with degrees in English and Marketing, I specialize in how-to's, interviews, management and business psychology breakdowns, as well as fast summaries of long documents.
Ceramic artist Charlie Mahon enjoys sharing good food in great company, both in his work and on his weekend. This piece consisted of an interview and ghostwriting.
School’s out for summer and Sadhbh Warren reviews what her family have learned over the last three and half months of homeschooling in Cork.
Some of the family have definitely been schooled. The grown-ups now have no doubt that we failed the crash course as teachers.
Our kids have learned nothing but Mum and Dad’s favourite spots to hide the TV remote, the fancy biscuits, and occasionally ourselves When the primary schools and daycares announced closures, we stayed hopeful. A...
Some Australian offices are going to the dogs to keep their workers happy, as Sadhbh Warren finds out.
Pet-friendly workplaces are becoming more common. Some of the world’s largest companies have embraced the idea, including Apple, Amazon and Google. The Wall Street Journal recently reported psychologists, psychiatrists and social workers are using office dogs to provide stress-relief for visiting patients. Over 20% of workplaces in America are dog friendly. While there’s no doubt many dog-owners will see advantages to taking their pooch to the office, what’s in it for the workplace?
CORONAVIRUS means a very different Halloween this year.
But, if you get your family’s brains working and colla-BOO-rate you can still have a frightfully fun time.
While trick or treating traditions are nice, they’re not the only great thing about the scariest night of the year.
Here’s how you can have Halloween at home while keeping all of the Halloween spirit.
1. It’s okay to be sad but think about Halloween’s other highlights, the things your family really enjoy. Is it the sweets? The costu...
A series of themed interviews and case studies with professionals who are thought leaders, driving very real change in their company and industry, whether it's through how they operate or through changing policy. These changes might have started small but they but they have spread out through the business, supported by their CEO.
The changes could focus on sustainability, staff welfare, productivity, equality - the scope is broad but the changes are real and justifiable.
"You realise it's been hours and you still don’t have any presents. Your feet hurt. It’s crowded. They’ve got the flaming Mariah Carey Christmas CD on in every shop in town. All she wants for Christmas is you, but all you want is a nice cool drink."
This humor piece ran in MX, a daily Australian transport newspaper. Wishing you all a pleasant holiday season!
I provided over 3 years of weekly content for a non-fiction book blog, part of Boomerang Books ongoing content development strategy.
"The blog is extremely popular... and her articles consistently attract a significant readership and social media 'buzz' - this is precisely what she was engaged to generate. Sadhbh's writing style is unique, articulate and full of flair. We would commend her freelance writing services to any organisation seeking a highly creative writer."
This reference, and others, at https://www.linkedin.com/in/sadhbhwarren/
Sydney city guide: we take to the streets of Sydney to explore the rapidly expanding world of beer in Australia’s most famous city.
Scratch the history of Sydney and you’ll never find a beer far away. Sadhbh Warren investigates the city’s past, present and most futuristic brews.
This article was first produced as a book chapter. It included information on more than 30 Sydney breweries, and involved multiple interviews, and editing a lot of information into a clear and concise format, while keeping it light and funny.
High-level meetings come with even higher expectations for the day. The pressure is on to create the perfect setting which projects the right image and caters to the attendees. They need a productive and innovative space, with no distractions or interruptions.
Increasing amounts of businesses are holding these key meetings off-site in search of just those advantages.
I completed 8 years detailed of Annual Reports for centres and project groups, usually 20-50 pages. Including mission statement, executive summary, financials, bibliography, and biographical information. My role was to liaise with stakeholders to find out our needs and focus, research, completely collate all the information needed, and then provide all content and layout, ensuring compliance and accuracy.
This 600 work feature article introduced the Sunshine Coast (Australia) as a business events destination, featuring content from local hotels and event services.
"It’s known for 300 days of sun each year but with over 30 high-quality venues the Sunshine Coast really shines as a business event destination.
An hour north of Brisbane, and serviced by the Sunshine Coast Airport, this easily accessible getaway has stunning scenery and pristine beaches complemented by diverse venue options offering every service a conference organizer could want."
A travel guide, laid out as a three day itinerary and travelogue.
Caving, sailing, bunny-shaving. Where can you breakfast with an ostrich, shave a bunny for lunch, swim through glow-worm caves before dinner, and still have time for sailing, picnicking and a spa before the weekend is out?
It’s Auckland, it’s a few hours away, and it’s got all kinds of weird, wild and wonderful things waiting for you.
For people who lipread, mask use in public spaces makes communicating a lot harder.
Research suggests about 15% of the population has significant hearing loss but many more people use some assistive lipreading to smooth things along. So what can we do?
Practical tools and tips for conflict avoidance and resolution.
Pandemics and politics, antifa and antivax, fake news and flat earthers; there’s never been more reasons to get into an argument with your family, your friends, and even random strangers on the internet.