My name is Kelly Prentice and I'm a freelance writer based in Easton, Pennsylvania, about a one-hour drive from both New York City and Philadelphia. I have 13 years of experience in writing, some of those years in magazine editorial and some in public relations. My current projects include content for magazines, websites, corporations and non-profits. I've written web copy, blogs and feature articles for clients like Yoga Journal and Massage Therapy Journal, and
annual reports, scripts and promotional emails for corporate clients like WebStudy ( and General Electric. View my resume to learn more about my experience.

Prior to becoming a freelancer, I led media relations for Good Shepherd, a rehabilitation hospital in Allentown, Pa. that serves more than 30,000 patients. Along with placing features in local and trade media, I served as script writer for the President and CEO and helped create an award-winning fund-raising video with Dick Young Productions in New York.

My former journalism experience as associate editor of Compressed Air Magazine, an applied technology magazine, gives
me a unique perspective on how science and technology impact our lives. Experience on the editorial side also helps me understand your need for concise copy on deadline. I wrote both news and product departments for the magazine, edited numerous articles and attended seminars and trade shows in the industry.

I earned a bachelor’s degree in English from DeSales University in Center Valley, Pa. and studied science and technical writing at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. In 1997, I studied abroad for a semester at the University of Wollongong in New South Wales, Australia, a place dear to my heart

When I'm not writing, I enjoy spending time with my son Oran and my husband Michael, sharing my passion for yoga with others, traveling and snowboarding. I'm currently getting certified by DONA International to serve as a birth doula--a trained and experienced professional who provides continuous physical, emotional and informational support to the mother before, during and just after birth.

Thanks for considering me. If you have any questions, please e-mail ( or call (610-730-2560).

Kelly Prentice


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Energy Boost #11

Eliminate Clutter: Inside and Out

(excerpt from "Energy Addict", Perigee 2004)

Do you have new project that needs to get done? Perhaps it's a new proposal for a client or the first chapter of the book you have always wanted to write. Maybe it's a new business plan for your business. If there is something that you need to do, but it's not getting done, one of the first places to start is to clear out the clutter around you. Clutter can block precious new energy from flowing into your life by filling up your world with old stagnant energy. Clutter in your life might include a messy house, a pile of papers on your desk, a closet filled with old clothes or old salad dressings in your refrigerator. Whether you attack that to-do list, clean up your desk, or throw out the trash in your car, you'll clear the physical energy around you and allow new energy to flow in. This makes you simply feel better. When we free up old stagnant energy around our space we feel more lively and energized.

The same goes for mental clutter. When you get rid of toxic thoughts, toxic people and toxic beliefs in your life you eliminate the energetic clutter that holds you back. Replace beliefs such as "bad things always happen to me" with "I accept all the great things in my life." Replace thoughts like "I hate the rain" to "I love the rain because it brings us water and life."

- Jon Gordon, The Energy Addict

Kelly Prentice
Writer & Editor