Hi, I’m Gabi Garrett
I am a writer with a flare for the comedic. I write for a variety of magazines, own a successful content marketing business, and lead the movement “Kicked Out of Therapy.” The topics I write about surround professional development, mental health and wellness.
My work has graced the pages of Elephant Journal, Elite Daily, Tiny Buddha, Sivana, Apartment Therapy and the USA Today Network affiliates.
I’ve always been like this.
When you’re deciding what to do with your life, people like to tell you to remember what you liked to do as a kid, such as an architect who loved legos. To that I have one question, “What if you liked to work? What if my inner child is bossy??”
As a young kid, I liked two things:
Entrepreneurial Skill Building, such as selling my neighbor’s flowers to their own front doors, or managing a kickball style gang of chubby fifth graders.
Writing, with passion I’d cultivate journal entries in the hopes they’d be discovered after I was famous. Luckily, those have since been tossed as I would have been rolling over in my grave at the fact my seven year old self spelled Diary, Dairy.
Today I do both, and I try my best to spell correctly, mostly for the aforementioned after-life shrine of my work.
With my passion for entrepreneurship, I help other like-minded, creative professionals soar with my skill set in copy writing, project management and marketing.
As a writer, I write on topics that move me. I feel as comfortable writing about a wine festival as I did interviewing the CEO of Belize prison.
On my blog, you’ll find a range of professional and personal development pieces that will help you grow into the person you want to be. If you want to laugh your a$& off, check out my alter ego page, Kicked out of Therapy, where I tell the stories of how I grew up in hopes that my stories will help heal you too.
"Gabi helped me SO much. While working with her, I had consistent support, I was able to get my online food blogging business up and running – she even helped me get my food for free! She’s so inspiring and I’m grateful to have had her guidance in my writing career.""
– Ellie, MindfulBellie
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If you need an assisan with words, or want to become one – you’re in the right spot.
If you’d like someone to write with an expert voice on a topic for your magazine, online blog or publication – I am your girl. If you need help gaining exposure for your business, I can ghost write and create media traction with the best of them.
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How Can I Help?
I was once a different person in a different place, just like you.
I share my stories and insights with you as my journey continues to unfold.
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"In 3 years of being a full-time entrepreneur, you are the first person that I’ve ever allowed to “hold our baby”. My husband was actually surprised that I even came to him about our meeting. I could see the relief on his face...you made me feel like you cared. I can’t emphasize these next 4 words enough…thank you for that."
–Johanna, Earthly Bodies
"I still hear your sage words of wisdom as I move about my day. Working with you helped me so much – I know when the voice in my head is ‘Bossy Pam’ or ‘Chaotic Pam’ and I’m learning to balance as I live a full life."
– Pam, Yoga Student
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