Hailey Neu has been passionate about writing since she was in high school, but never dreamed it would become her career. She is now a freelance copywriter and content editor, where she ghostwrites for her clients. Hailey has written website copy, blog posts, and emails for clients in dozens of industries.
She has always had a passion for helping people through her writing. This is why she greatly enjoys writing about the subject of mental health. She feels very encouraged when she writes a well-researched article that can potentially help someone. Out of all of the subjects she writes about on a weekly basis, she feels the most fulfilled when writing blog posts that will help others.
Before she was a freelance copywriter, Hailey planned on going into the digital marketing field. She got her first full-time job at just 19 years old where she helped design advertisements on Facebook, Instagram, and Google. Once she noticed how passionate she was about the writing portion of setting up advertisements, she decided to start her own freelance company.
Hailey is also an owner to two blogs where both are centered around helping others. One blog focuses primarily on mental health, dietary supplements, faith, and anything else that is on her mind. Her second blog is all about food and helping her readers lower their cholesterol levels naturally. Both of her blogs are a creative outlet for her to write about the topics she is passionate about.
While working over 60 hours a week at three different jobs, Hailey continued to pursue a college education. Today, she continues to pursue a bachelor’s degree in marketing and a minor in business management at Oklahoma State University. Hailey uses the skills she learns in her marketing classes to capture her reader’s attention and keep them interested. She uses the skills from her business management classes to manage and grow her freelance business. Although it has been very busy to balance a college education and her own business, she has enjoyed her time in college.
“My Philosophy on Mental Health & Wellness”
I believe mental health should be freely talked about and accepted just like talk around physical health is. Talking openly about my own mental health has helped me move on and heal from experiences and struggles I have had in the past. I hope to educate people on mental health through well-researched articles to help others understand that they are not alone. I want to encourage and motivate people to feel comfortable talking about what they are going through whether that be with a counselor, family member, or a friend.