Sarah is an experienced health, fitness, nutrition and beauty writer. She has contributed reviews, interviews and features to Coach since 2019, covering exercise bikes, fitness trackers and apps, among other topics. In her free time, she can be found hiking, swimming, cycling or trying (and failing) to do a headstand on a yoga mat.
Sarah has worked in publishing since 2014, starting out at the BBC. Before becoming a freelance writer, Sarah was health editor at BBC Good Food, where she was responsible for all health content across the brand, including content featured on the website, monthly magazine, social channels and BBC branded live events. She launched BBC Good Food’s health newsletter and managed the biannual Healthy Diet Plans for several years. Sarah now writes copy and content for a portfolio of clients, producing articles, reviews, interviews, how-to guides, scripts, web copy, print and digital ads, marketing materials, launch campaigns and social media content. Sarah also writes fiction and poetry, and won the Rosalind Laker Award for Creative Writing in 2014.
Sarah graduated from the University of Reading with a first class BA in English Literature and Creative Writing. While at university she managed the health and nutrition sections of Reading University’s student newspaper, Spark*. Sarah also completed a Diploma in Nutrition and Weight Management from the Future Fit School of Nutrition in 2017. Sarah is currently a member of the Society of Authors and the Chartered Institute of Editing and Proofreading.
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