TotallyHer Editor & Writer
Sarah Eve began her career as a writer in 2003. Her first published work was an article full of crafting tips for Creative Home Arts Magazine. Soon after, she landed a steady gig writing for Essortment.com where she wrote about a vast array of topics including finance, home improvement, fashion, health, advice, and of course crafts. A year later, the company fulfilled their need for content, and decided to redirect their funds into a new website. Sarah Eve was among their best writers so she was invited to work for ExpertVillage.com to get it up and running. She focused on financial topics. Eventually, the website shifted from primarily written content to video content. Sarah Eve moved on to another content production company where she wrote nearly 100 education articles for various education-oriented websites. Needing more variety, she became a writer for IQrious.com, creating research tutorials on a short-term basis. Afterwards, she joined the team of writers at TotallyHer.com and feels back at home writing about various topics much like her first job.
This thirst for knowledge on a variety of subjects is a natural trait for Sarah Eve. Having many interests and believing that the best way to learn is to find out for herself, she has implemented her knack for research into a continual education beyond the rigors of school. Her many pursuits throughout her life are further evidence of her varied interests. At the age of 13 she began selling beaded jewelry, which she not only made but also designed herself. Spending her teenage years within the craft fair circuit taught her plenty about creative works as well as business practices. As an adult, she found the opportunity to use her beading abilities on a more prestigious level, redesigning the Hair Charm line for HairThread.com and working directly with the CEO, Paula Patrice. She has sought out other unique and interesting opportunities as well. She has been a model at the Clix studio in Richmond, VA, she has produced professional graphic design work for the company Health Wave, and she had a thriving pet sitting business in her hometown back in Virginia. And let’s not forget the numerous freelance writing and editing opportunities that she has taken besides the steady writing jobs listed above. She’s the type of person that sees an opportunity, takes it, and makes the best of it.
Another opportunity she has seized is within her personal life. In November 2007, Sarah Eve married her beloved husband and moved with him to Texas. She is a newlywed and eventually plans to become a mother. Amidst these events, she still pursues her many and ever-growing interests. These include, first and foremost, spending time with her husband, and then caring for the cats in the neighborhood, gardening, internet networking, financial management, blogging, learning from friends with children, scrapbooking, and she’s trying to have an interest for cooking but just hasn’t grasped it yet.